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We've always had dogs - usually two, and at one time we had three. We like terriers and when we had three, one was an Airedale and the other two were Welsh terriers. If you don't know the breeds, the Airedales weigh in at about 45-60 lbs. and they are a medium-sized black and tan dog. The Welsh terriers look exactly the same, but they weigh in at 18-24 lbs. So when we had three, everyone thought the Welshies were the Airedale's pups. That was a lot of fun!
For the past several years, we had just two Welsh terriers, Harry and Lilly. They were both getting on in years and sadly, both succumbed to age in early 2006. After a few months, we simply had to get another Welsh puppy and found one with a wonderful breeder in Virginia (they are a somewhat rare breed). I flew down to Dulles Airport where I met the breeder, picked up OZZIE and then flew right back to Boston with him under my seat in the plane.
To say that Ozzie has turned into a wonder-dog would be an understatement. He graduated from puppy training with honors and at 14 months, he now has mastered so many tricks that I had to teach him to "bow" after a typical display of his prowess.
We had Ozzie for about 10 months when Linda decided it was time to add a HARRIET to the family. So we contacted Janet the breeder again and she informed us that she did in fact have a female Welshie she would be pleased to place with us. This time we had the pup (she's actually one month older than Ozzie) flown up to Boston using United's Pet Cargo System and we were very nervous as we drove from the North Shore into Logan Airport to take delivery.
Our apprehension was replaced with joy as we opened the door to the crate at the cargo terminal and Harriet popped out- a little furry bundle of tail-wagging happiness. She was just fine. So now we have "Ozzie and Harriet," our own terrier version of the sitcom couple from the 50's and early 60's and they get along just like that famous TV couple...Harriet clearly runs things around the house and Ozzie just takes it all in stride. A perfect marriage, so to speak.
Here are some trivia questions for you Rainers:
1. What years was the Ozzie and Harriet Show on TV?
2. How many children did they have?
3. What were their names?
4. Why don't we ever see re-runs of the show?
Happy New Year from Linda and me and Ozzie and Harriet!
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