Monday, January 17, 2011

Cookie the Dalmatian = Wilson's Doggie Crush

For those new followers (I love you, thank you for thinking our blog is worth following!) I have to repeat that Wilson does not like dogs, or strangers. That's why I'm pretty sure his little doggie heart starts to race with love, respect and whatever else when Cookie comes around.

This here is Cookie, a ten year old Dalmatian Mix.

What a character I tell ya. She's part of the little pack of friends and their dogs that I like to refer to as the Woofles Pack. She's the eldest and currently the largest in the group, and boy does she know how to treat dogs and people. She's always willing to let people pet her and share the news with other dogs. Cookie also knows how to treat a fear aggressive dog. She does this thing where she will completely ignored Wilson until he calms down and then lets him smell her over carefully as she 'ignores' him. So far it has worked wonders for him! He's gotten to the point that when Cookies around he's more willing to come out of his shell and romp about, almost play with other dogs even! He loves to follow her every where and shows off when she's around.

We joke that he likes the older more experienced ladies XD.

If I ever needed proof of how much he respects and loves the older dog, then the last time I was with Cookie and her owner in the last few days of snow free weather would be such an example. Cookies owner walked back to toss out a poo bag and Cookie trotted after her. I sat there watching as Wilson followed a few feet behind. He went farther then I have ever seen him go from my side and I was interested to see just how daring my pup was so I stayed where I stood. He would keep looking back at me with a pathetic look and then bark at Cookie.... Maybe telling her to wait for him or come back? She of course ignored him and went her merry way. Wilson finally gave up and sat down (I like to think that there was a 'Ploop' sound when he did). Clearly he went as far as he dared and he waited until Cookie and her owner started back and then feel in behind them.

I was shocked, jaw dropping shocked. hahahaha maybe even a little jealous of Cookie and whatever Wilson feels for her. Is that strange to say? LOL! But really I'm glad that there's a dog that Wilson can get that attached too, its one of those life balancing steps that I was looking for!

Anyways, I'll shut up and share a few pictures I had taken of Wilson following Cookie around the few times we have been to the park. Enjoy!

(For those of you wondering why Wilson is wearing a leash, its because his recall is not the greatest yet. Especially at the dog park so the leash helps give me something to grab if he gets that crazy running look in his eyes!)


Kenzo said...

Glad to read Cookie is so good for Wilson. Clever dog!

Max the Quilt Cat said...

First, I love the new look of your blog. Very pretty.

What great pictures of Wilson and Cookie. It's great that they've hit it off. Very good indeed. Good goin', Wilson... Have fun pal.

pawhugs, Max

Jess and Glacier said...

I stumbled across your blog by accident and it's nice to read about someone else's adventures with a Dachshund :)

RYKER said...

Hi Wilson!
Thanks for visiting my blog today and glad you liked the video my dad made of me.
I am happy that you found true love. There is a lot to be said about an older woman!
Your newest friend,

itsmebuddy said...

Oh! Wilson, it's so nice to have friends! Lucky you! Lucky Cookie!

Becky said...

It's me, Buddy's person, I had to come back and say how touched I am. I just read Wilson's story.

Sandra said...

Cookie sounds like a sweetheart. My Flash is the same way as Wilson. It wasn't until he met Alven who totally ignored him when he would bark that Flash was finally able to find a friend. Cookie is just precious and Wilson obviously has great taste in women.

Raising Addie said...

Hi Wilson!

It's a pleasure to meet you!

You are just precious! LOVE your pix with Cookie. We can see it is true love.

Chasing my tale...
Addie, Lucie and Hailey

Karen and Bailey said...

Thanks for your comment! i love long coated dachsunds. crazy cute! :) wish i could have one, but Bailey's a spoiled only child :P

We'll be following ya!

jen said...

What a pretty pup. No wonder Wilson is smitten!