Sweet George and Ben Sara



Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011
Subject: Re: Rylee (Sweet George and Ben Sara)
Lucy & Fredericka,
It has been awhile since I gave you an update on Rylee.  She is doing great and growing into a beautiful lady.  She still is all puppy and loves to play anytime of day. She has a wild side to her as she goes a little crazy when the sun goes down.  When you take her outside at night she has a devilish look in her eyes and runs around the yard at full speed for several minutes or until she feels she is ready to come in. She still thinks she needs to sleep on the bed as she is the first one in bed but one look from Colleen she gets off and goes to her own bed.  I have enclosed a few photos and I hope it will not be so long to get you updates.
Dave & Colleen


Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2010
Subject: Re: Rylee (Sweet George and Ben Sara)
Lucy & Fredericka,
I hope this finds you all well. I can not believe Rylee is already 9 months old.  She is such a lover of a dog.  She is around 105 lbs right now, or a little more, she hasn't been on a scale for awhile and is still a clown. She has been playing out in the snow and does not want to come back in the house until she is about frozen. She has been very good around the Christmas tree with the exception of her tail.  Oh well.  I have enclose new photos of Rylee and we wish all of you a very Merry Christmas.
Dave Colleen & of course Rylee





Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Subject: Re: Just checking in to see how doggie is doing
The summer has gone by so fast and we have been very busy. In August Rylee went to Basic Obedience class and did very well.  She is growing up so  fast and to think she is already 7 months old. She is around 25 inches tall at shoulders and 75 lbs. I think she looks just like her mother Sweet George. Rylee went on a couple of camping trips with us and loved to swim in the streams.  She is so funny as she comes across new things. To see such a big dog get scared of blowing leaves, squeaky toys and other items. She runs away barking at them but then comes back to find they won't hurt her and then they are her new toys. She has such a great personality and is so good with the grand kids.  It does not matter if it is the smallest grandchild crawling on the floor or the 6 years old, Rylee is very gentle around them.  The only problem is Rylee feels the need to give them all a very big sloppy kiss. She is such a good dog. I have attached a few new photos of Rylee for you.  Thats all for now and we will keep up up dated on her.
Dave & Colleen





Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Subject: Rylee

It does not seem that long ago that we picked Rylee up.  She was so small and cute and now at 4 1/2 months old she is 52lbs!  She has a very good appetite and is growing at 4 lbs a week.  I did make the mistake of letting her up on our bed and now she thinks it is hers. She takes every opportunity to stretch out across the bed and when you try to move her she looks at you like "what are you doing".  It is funny to watch her sleep because she like to sleep on her back and of course Lucy, she wants her tummy rubs before she
goes to sleep for the night. You can tell when she is sleeping soundly because she snores! She is such a clown at times. Sometimes she will be laying on the floor quietly and all of a sudden jumps up, runs around the house and lays back down like nothing happened.  She also is a big lover. She will come up to you, sits down and when you lean down to pet her she gives you a big kiss.  She is such a joy to have.  We have taken her with us on picnics and a couple of camping trips.  She loves the water and is so funny when we have let her swim in a stream. It is so funny to watch her try and figure out what exactly water is all about. I could go on and on.  I have attached some new photos for you to see how big she has gotten.

Thanks for everything and especially thanks for Rylee.
 Dave & Colleen


George "Bob" Wagner Jr. & Fredericka Wagner
PO  Box 845  /  Piketon  /  Ohio  45661
Phone: 740-493-2401
Fax: 740-493-0072


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