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Aggie's Page

We are John & Lisa Youngblood and we have decided to share or puppy Aggie with all whom are interested. Aggie (who is a girl by the way Aggie short for Agatha).. was born on 9/19/2004 and is currently 2 months old, and weighs in at a whopping 16 lbs. She has no littermates, and was the only puppy born in the litter, making her super special.  We got her from Norma VanDusen at Lost Pines Pets in Lavaca, AR.  My husband gave her the name "Aggie" as you may have guessed because of his loyalty to his school TAMU.  We received her at Houston George Bush Airport on November 6th, 2004 and now our lives have changed forever. One look into the shipping crate and I was sunk, she is truly spoiled rotten, because how can anyone say NO to those big green eyes.  She is currently enrolled in puppy training class and is a quick study, already able to shake hands, and sit on command after only one week.  She uses her doggie door, and even when a real door is opened for her she shoots out the doggie dog instead.  It is very comical for her humans! hehehe!

December 13, 2004 - At almost 3 months (on the 19th) Aggie currently weights 26lbs... we have been told she will be quite large. I guess we will just have to wait and watch. She can already snatch things of our counter tops, which is very frustrating. But being cute allows her to get away with a few things.

Pictures 11-6-2004 thru 11-28-04

 I am so photogenic

How could a dog resist these rawhide chewies!

I go outside and make a nice mess, and when
I head into the house my humans torture me
with a thing they call a "bath".

I just don't understand!!!

I like watching the news
with my Daddy.

Just having a little fun chewing on Mom's decorations.

Just shooting out of
my Doggie Door.

 I love dad's Jeep! Can we go for a ride everyday?

Being a dog isn't an easy job.

O' enough with the pictures already

I just love to get on this couch, since it is the only piece of furniture in the whole house that I am not allowed on!

Sometimes I can just be adorable!

February 28, 2005 - Aggie is 5 months and weighs in at 45 pounds. She now knows a few commands: sit, shake, lay down, OFF, she also plays fetch and can catch a ball.