Well, I said the other day that we had a surprise. I took Beckett on a long drive yesterday. It was a nice day, sunny but cool, good driving weather. The traffic was light so we made good time to our destination. We went to a farm in Tweed that Beckett's breeder now owns to pick a new little brother. I'm not sure Beckett was thrilled with the whole situation. He played shy while at the breeders and wasn't much interested in the puppy when we stopped at a picnic site on the way home.
But he's here to stay, so this is our first post about Triadic's Keltic LivinontheEdge, Keltic will be his call name. We hope the CKC will accept the registered name, if not we'll make it simpler and just go with Keltic Edge. Keltic's grandfather on both sides is Bach's Razor's Edge. Keltic and his brothers were born on 17 Mar 2012, St Patrick's Day. He had three brothers, two sable and one tri-colour but the tri boy only lived a few days.
Tucker was not too impressed although he reminds me a lot of Tucker at that age. Beckett is already showing signs of interest but Keltic is two weeks younger than Beckett was when I got him, so I'm not sure Keltic's really ready to play with the big kids yet, although he tries. I'll give him a couple weeks to settle in and find his way into the pack before we let him roughhouse any with Beckett.
He's been very brave taking everything in stride yesterday; it always amazes me how you can take them away from everything they've known and, if they are loved and fed, they accept it all so quickly. He ate well, did most of his business in the back yard and slept through the night without too much crying; in fact it was Tucker who got us up this morning. A good start to his new life.
Welcome home, Keltic boy.