Wednesday, October 24, 2012

A new puppy in our family

Yuki and Scout
(photo by my sister-in-law)

Yuki is a Coton de Tuléar and won't get much bigger. Her name means snow in Japanese, which is my sister-in-law's nationality. She met my brother when he was working overseas. They moved to the USA after they got married. My niece and nephew taught me that kawaii means cute. They are delighted with their new pet.

12 comments:

Cid said...

I definitely don't have baby pangs but puppy pangs? Every time I see one, no matter what the breed.

Rose said...

So, so adorable!

tina said...

Cute!

☆sapphire said...

Yuki-chan is kawaii! Scout looks happy with her!

A Cuban In London said...

Very, very kawaii! :-) Even the word in Japanese is cute. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

Elizabeth said...

What a happy photo!
May the friendship continue!

Petra said...

The photo aptly describes the relationship between a dog who is already settled in one's household and a new puppy, curious and trying to be friends. :)

I guess you'll have lots of fun with Yuki and Scout!

kacky said...

Stop it! That is so cute!!!! I have never heard of that breed of dog. Cute name. How fun!!!!!

Donna said...

What an adorable little dog! And that picture of Yuki and Scout is really sweet too.

Amanda said...

adorable. i love the way scout appears - just a tiny bit - on alert at the presence of a new dog. but i'm sure her mothering instincts will be coming to the fore as well.

SG said...

.... and Yuki does look like a a small hill of snow flakes collected in a child's hand :-)

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

A million captions in my head for that fabulously cute photo!! Welcome Yuki!!
xo,
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