She is very curious and loves to go for walks and explore. She's smart, playful and energetic, and also loves to bark at anything that she sees moving near the house. She also has her mad moments where she starts running laps around the house. She loves playing with other dogs smaller than her and teasing the larger dogs then running away.
Born 11/29/04, Swedish Vallhund, Kings Crest, living in Seattle Washington; deceased: 12/8/2013
Freyja is a Swedish Vallhund puppy. She was named after the Norse goddess of love, magic, and fertility. She loves to snuggle and play, play, play! She is very smart and all love at 11 weeks.
Swedish Vallhunds were the dogs of ancient Vikings over 1,000 years ago, and they are commonly referred to as "wolf corgis" because of their short limbs, big ears, and wolfish coat.
This breed is very rare, as it was saved from extinction in 1946. Freyja's mother and father are both award-winning show dogs, and her adopted mommy and daddy love her dearly.
Casey is an adopted rescue puppy who was found with her littermates in a bag floating down a river. She was adopted in September of 2009 and joined her big brother Pete, who is a purebred beagle. After we got her, she required many visits to the vet to cure a case of Giardia as well as Kennel cough. When she was spayed we had her dna tested to get her exact breeds. Casey loves playing outside and chasing birds, she also loves to race around the furniture. She is happiest when she has a big bone to chew on, and when she is trying to herd Pete.