Gidget at 8 Weeks

Although still a young puppy who sleeps a lot, Gidget has moments where her personality has begun to shine. Here’s a peak at her playful side with belly rubs.

yorkie loves belly rubs

eater yorkie

joyful yorkie in maine

This one reminds me of Snoopy dancing joyfully.

And a short video clip featuring Gidget. Enjoy, Mom!

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6 Responses to Gidget at 8 Weeks

  1. Mom says:

    She looks so much like Bella when she was small. I told Dad we should get another pupppy and you can imagine what he said. I’m jealous.

    • Susan says:

      Just what you need. Another dog in the mix, Mom! It’s like having a baby all over again. I’d forgotten!

  2. Sara says:

    I cannot handle the cuteness!!!

  3. Mom says:

    Yep…But without the labor pains.

  4. Susan says:

    And with any luck it’ll take fewer than three years to potty train!

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