Great Pyrenees puppy named Justice arrives
Shirley, Eliza and I traveled to Clanton today to get our 11 week-old Great Pyrenees puppy from Deborah Spivey who drove from Andalusia to meet us. Her name is Justice, and she is Kroaker’s trainee guardian dog. Since Great Pyrenees don’t live but about 8 years (and Kroaker is already 4) we wanted to have a replacement ready. She is beautiful and sweet and was a little overwhelmed by our menagerie when she arrived in Mooresville. She had never met cats before, so our tiny kittens frightened her. She has been raised with goats so they didn’t bother her.
We’re down to just six chicks now. The others have died from a chicken disease and pneumonia caught when the goats pulled the brooder heat lamp plug out. The chicken man said raising chicks is a gamble and you can count on losing about a third. We’ll get more when the weather gets warm. I need many more for my fresh egg production plan.
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