We brought Clyde to my Dads house in Modesto this weekend and he got to meet a ton of people. I was pretty proud of how well he did, and he soaked up all the attention. Right before we left, I heard that Clydes brother was still available.
Fast forward a few days, and after picking up Craig from work, I hear that the brother is not only available, but that he was over at his parents store. Craig asked if I wanted to go see him, and I said no, because we could not get another dog. Craig claimed we had some sort of self control though, and so off we went. When we showed up, it was pretty apparent that this dog was the polar opposite of Clyde. He is lighter, shaggier, and his giant radar ears stand straight off. He looks like a very wise old man, and a little extra terrestrial. He is a bit timid, but like his brother loves to be held and cuddled. He did not have a name, so we called him Not Clyde, and it seemed pretty fitting.
I ended up sending a text message to my brother and his girlfriend, and then all bets were off, and a crazy storm of running around and to the bank and back began so that we could get the puppy for them that night as they made the drive from the Bay Area to our place. To top it off we had puppy class that night, and had to trade off as the other stayed with Not Clyde.
Justin and Lauren showed up and the dog (who they named Zeus) instantly bonded. While still shy, he broke out of his shell a bit, and you could tell instantly that he loved them. It was the same instant feeling that we got for Clyde and I could not be more excited.
It was so fun to watch Clyde and Zeus play and spend time together and we can not wait for more play dates.Share on Facebook