Sunday, December 9

Meet Bing!


Bing 2


This is our new boy – we bring him home next Saturday. We decided to be pro-active rather than reactive with our thinking.
Both Elsie and Freida are not young anymore and whilst they have many years ahead of them we felt it would be good to introduce a puppy. We have always had rescued dogs but this time we decided we wanted to be part of the puppy’s development – both physically and emotionally.
We have been looking for a while and knew we would sense when the right one came along – and he did today.
We had planned to look at 3 pups in various places Northallerton, Bradford and Lincoln. We didn’t get past Northallerton. The parents of the litter showed great calmness and tranquillity and the pups were free to explore and play – which they did with confidence.
Freida LOVES other dogs and we feel she will be a great mother to Bing. We feel she will form a bond and will be a good companion.
We decided we had to find a German name for new boy on the block, so as we were having lunch Bing Crosby came on the radio singing “White Christmas”. I said the name “Bing” to Jon who said it was perfect as Bing are a German carburettor manufacturer! Well what do you expect from a precision engineer! lol!
I am warning you well in advance my blog will be displaying ENDLESS photo and stories of Bing the new Nesbitt German Shepherd boy – so watch this space and please don’t yawn too loudly! We don't want Bing’s sleeping sessions being interrupted!

Bing with brothers and sisiters

Bing with his brothers and sisters (he is at the top – noticeable because of the little white patch on his nose.


Hot off the press - Bing tonight with his mum and brothers and sisters. (The large white dog is an older brother - mum's last litter, she is being speyed when the current litter leave for their new homes.

18 comments:

  1. Will look forward to watching Bing grow up.

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    1. Thanks Wendy - you have encouraged me to take more photos! lol!

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  2. You don't realise how big they are until you see them with their Mum. bet you can't wait until Saturday!

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    1. Absolutely Kath xxxx Love the boyxx welling up now x

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  3. Oh my goodness! He's so cute but will grow massive.
    You are definitely an animal lover!!!!!!
    I try to keep away from all little cute and cuddly kittens, puppies, kits and things because I have to be careful not to be silly and impulse buy/rescue anything else!
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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    1. I KNOW Maggie.....done that for 25 years...and NOW we are getting my boy!

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  4. Oh, he's SO gorgeous. Lucky you, Denise.
    Although he'll be a handful until he's settled I'm sure.
    Look forward to hearing all about it!

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    1. Thanks Rusty...you will be hearing all about e very second! lol!

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  5. Adorable! And what an apt name, especially for this time of year! Can hardly wait to meet him - are you going to teach him to sing? lol

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    1. Apt name - exactly! His middle name is carbutetor! lol

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  6. Bing is a beauty, Denise. He's so lucky to be going to such a good home.
    K

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  7. He is adorable! But I'd not be able to pick just one I'd want the whole lot!

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  8. what a cutie.
    Haven't had pets in years; it always breaks my heart when they pass.

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    1. Roger - how would you feel about being his Godfather??????? You are in such a good position...librarian - you could suggest reading for him I am sure!

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  9. On with the photos, stories and videos! I will thrive on them. How wonderful to have a new puppy. I'm sure Freida will approve.

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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