Grayson & Cooper

I did a story once before on my boys, but with #petsathome, I thought I do another quick one. This is Grayson laying in one of his favorite places. He’s the little brother at 7 yrs. old. He is scared of the littles/strangest things. We don’t know he past, we rescued him over 2 yrs ago now. He has fit right in since day one. It’s like we’ve always had him. In being with a traditional shih-tzu, his naughty side comes out every now and then. What he doesn’t know is I’ve already had one naughty shih-tzu, so he will be hard pressed to show me something new! 😉

Grayson loves the snow, ice cubes, green beans and hates the heat. He has enough fur for 3 dogs. So trips to the groomer are frequent, especially in the summer time. To watch him and Cooper become brothers warms my heart. Grayson is the follower of the two and Cooper doesn’t mind being in charge.

This is Cooper at his favorite spot on the couch. He loves the corners! Cooper is our crazy border terrier, who refused to eat green beans until he saw his little brother doing it. Now we gobble them down because we don’t want to miss out! Coop loves the sunshine, treats (any kind) and going everywhere! He has grown to hate the snow and can’t understand for the life of him why his brother eats ice cubes. It’s too funny. He’ll act like he wants one, then he’ll spit it out and give you a look like “Hey, that’s not a treat! What are you trying to pull lady?” 🙂

Cooper conveys every thought he has with his facial expressions, especially when he’s mad or cranky! I’ve never had a dog with such a personality! He makes me laugh and keeps me on my toes…that’s for sure.
Our house would not be a home without these two. It’s the first time I’ve had two dogs and I’m really enjoying them! They make me smile everyday and the greeting I get when I come home from work is priceless!

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