The Faces of Fritz

We seem to have a pretty dog that likes to pose for pictures.  I think she is photogenic, like her half-sister.  Maybe it’s just me, but I see her free-spirited character in the pictures.

I didn’t say all her pictures poses were pretty, just that she likes to pose.  Fritz is Roxie’s copy cat.  We let both cow dogs sleep in the entry.  In the evenings I hear many interesting sounds, grunts and the occasional bark escape this sleeping beauty.

Her free spirit still gets her in trouble.  I hope she is learning to listen to the Rancher’s commands.  Fritz doesn’t have the soft heart for J that Roxie does.

Fritz has an intensity about her, she wants to work, she needs some more discipline and formal training.

This girl can run!  We often let her off the 4-wheeler so she can burn off some energy.  She can run over 20 mph for several miles.  I wish I had that much extra energy!

Fritz still has a lot of puppy in her.  I will secretly admit, I like her personality.  She has spunk, she tests the limits, she’s playful, she lets things roll off her back, she gets back up and keeps on going.  Fritz is fun to have around, even if we have to keep a constant eye on her.

I will be offline and disconnected for the next few days.  Hope you have a wonderful weekend and see you again next week.

Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to The Faces of Fritz

  1. Kaya says:

    A three years ago I found in one of Animal Shelters my dog Tasha. She was six and right now she is nine year old.

    You said that free spirit of your great dog gets it into trouble. The same with my Tasha. And about training… I tried to train Tasha a little bit but it didn’t work well.

    I love very much your story about your dog. She is so lovely and a very pretty.

    Say to her hello from me and my dog Tasha.

  2. Buttons says:

    Robyn please have a good weekend. I hope you are doing something fun but even if not if you are with your adorable hardworking dogs they will make you smile they certainly did me. HUGS B

  3. Candy C. says:

    She is a very pretty dog! Hopefully, she will settle down a bit more as she gets older, without losing her free spirit! 😉
    Hope all is well with you, we will see you next week!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *