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A Very IMPORTANT announcement that Mateo (my faithful canine companion) and I wish to share with you

Ladies and Gentlemen, friends, family and visitors here to this blog: May I present to you, Hobbs, soon to be the newest addition to my home here in Western Quebec and a new younger brother to annoy Mateo! 
Hobbs at 4 weeks of age

Hobbs'  arrival is expected sometime around the first part of April... or perhaps a little sooner if we're lucky. I imagine that after such a long flight, this little gaffer's going to need some peace and quiet to rest up from the trip. That is if this photo is indicative of a sleepy temperment.
'Must keep my eyes open... Must keep my ... zzzz'

No doubt though that once he gets his feet firmly planted, he'll be ready to carve a place into our lives... space which Mateo and I are only too happy to share with another plucky spirit like ourselves. 
Where am I going to live? Québec???
Tabernac!' But I'm a Prarie dog ain't I? 


  1. So Cute!.. I am sure that Hobbs will bring a lot of joy to your lives!! June and Jim


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