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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Meet Hera..


So here is a picture of the thing that is taking almost all my time lately.Her name is Hera and she is a 2 months old Elizabeth Beagle..
She is quite mischievous as expected from all puppies and as her human family we are patrolling her toilet habits around the clock. So far she is very succesfull in finding and peeing the most unexpected places. We are constantly on a cleaning mode.. Tell me do you have some miracle tips ???

As you can expect our peaceful times are the ones when she is sleeping, and also they are the ones I can take a couple decent photo of her..

26 comments:

  1. She is so cute! Love that first photo! Good luck with the potty training!

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  2. Hera is adorable she looks like she knows how cute she is!! Good luck with training her she will give you many years of love and happiness.

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  3. Hera is adorable - such big eyes and floppy ears. Her colouring is lovely. I remember how worn out I was training our golden retreiver pup . . . it really takes devotion, doesn't it?

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  4. what total cuteness, love that soft little belly! love her name too!

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  5. Is so cute!!!!! I love Beagles!!! I really can't give you tips with dogs, I'm terrible at teaching them anything! All my dogs have been really bad educated.
    But I'm sure you will teach her soon.

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  6. How adorable is she!!! Miracle tip, hmmmm? Not really. Watch her..., and when you think she's about to pee, take her outside where she's supposed to do it!

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  7. So loveable, beagle as in where snoopy was modeled?

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  8. Very cute little puppy. They get so tired.

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  9. Hera is so cute! You must be having so much fun!

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  10. Look at her adorable little round tummy. She is heartbreaking cute. I wish I had tips, but so far I have had only patience for cats...

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  11. Oh a puppy!!! one of my most favorite things in this world! She is adorable ..You will have to go thru the training period...but it will be worth it...all that love in exchange for the chaos in the beginning! Congratulations!

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  12. hi hera! so cute!!!!!!!! i am going to be done with my mirror/chalkboard tonight :D just have to apply the chalkboard paint on the mirror. it will be posted hopefully tonight :D Thanks for stopping by!

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  13. Aren't they cute when they're asleep? I've been thinking of getting a new dog. Ours died from old age a few years ago, but I hesitate as I'm not sure my heart can handle those first two years. I'll follow to see how you survive.

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  14. Oh my gosh, she is adorable!!!

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  15. She's beautiful! My doggie was potty trained when we got her, so unfortunatly I don't have any words of wisdom on that.

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  16. Hera is a beautiful, soulful pup.

    Maya is right--try to catch her at it and rush her outside. Then, the most important thing: praise her when she pees (or poos) where you want her to. Praise is they key with dogs. They respond to positive reinforcement. So whenever you want to teach Hera something new, praise her when she does it right and she will do it again and again.

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  17. She looks so cool, but I understand how time consuming beagles can be.

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  18. She is so adorable. I feel that I can really see her personality through your photo. Sorry I have no tips as I have never owned a dog but I am sure that plenty of people will share their experiences with you.

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  19. Well, hello Hera! She is just so sweet. I really love the last shot.

    I know it's a little tough at the beginning... but they make up for it a million times over.

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  20. So precious!! I don't think I've ever seen a sweeter face. I love that big round belly. I am right there with you. our new puppy certainly has us trained. We go out if he eats, drinks, wakes up. Constantly, and just when I think we are just about there, he'll look up at me and tinkle at my feet. Very frustrating, but it will come. Enjoy her!!
    xxx kim

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  21. Another suggestion: consistency. When you're trying to teach her something, be consistent with your rules and never vary. She'll get it. Dogs are constantly looking to us for cues, so be sure you give her the right ones. Don't pet her when she's bad, and do pet her when she's good. You will never have to hit her.

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  22. Such a precious pup... love her name :-)
    Happiness really is a warm puppy, isn't it?
    ~Julia

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  23. So lovely of her... she looks very naive.

    Nice pictures ^^

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