Maggie's not shy any more. She sometimes exerts herself with Truly, but she knows just how far she can push him before he pushes back. I didn't want Truly to be challenged by a new foster hound. When I saw this desciption of Walker on the SEGA web site, I thought it just might work:
"Flying Gawker or Walker as is he is now know, is a very handsome red brindle boy. He's gentle and sweet. Definitely not much of a party boy. He prefers a peaceful, structured and quiet environment. Walker didn't have much a racing career with only 2 races to his name. He loves fenced yards to explore and dog buddies to play with. He enjoys carrying toys around, especially taking them on his explorations outside. One of his favorite things to do is just chill and relax. For a youngster, Walker already knows how to enjoy the best things in life."
|Here are Those Brindle Kids on the way to meet Walker for the first time. They love to ride.|
|That's Walker in the middle with the harness. Isn't he pretty? That's Truly just behind him. Truly is allowing Walker to touch him. He never lets Maggie do that.|
|Now look at the sweet princess, Maggie. After a few minutes with Walker in the car, the tiny and crazy girl refused to allow any part of Walker to touch any part of her. If he did, she growled . . . on with the muzzle.|
|Maggie had one dog bed to herself. Truly and Walker shared the other.|
|At home, Maggie brought all of her toys out to show Walker. She showed him how to play with the ball.|
|Then she teased him with the ball. If he went for it, she growled at him.|
|All Maggie allowed Walker do with the ball was watch.|
|Truly is happy and never seemed to worry about his position in the Hound Chain of Command.|
|Walker is happy. He never really cared about being the boss as long as he has a new girl to pet him.|
Maggie is happy because she still has the ball.