A shout out to my grand doggy - Grito

11/13

I am working at home today and getting a little help from my grand doggy Grito. We are babysitting Grito while Griffin and Alex are in Morocco at the climate change meeting.

He is a sweet guy and must be missing Griffin and Alex since he is napping in the sun and snuggling up to my knee as I work on a new wire piece. 

He is a sweet guy and must be missing Griffin and Alex since he is napping in the sun and snuggling up to my knee as I work on a new wire piece. 

 

Grito found my son Griffin on Mexican Independence Day 2015  in the mountains outside San Miguel Allende. Griffin was on a thirty mile trail ride (horses). The vet' said Grito was a day away from starvation and he had numerous infected sores on his body.  

Mexican Independence Day 2015. We think he is a cur mountain dog. Curs are mixed breed treeing dogs. Grito does keep his eye out fo all squirrels and other small creatures that dare to crawl our wall. Plus curo mountain dogs have very bizarre dew claws and Grito has very interesting few claws. 

Mexican Independence Day 2015.

We think he is a cur mountain dog. Curs are mixed breed treeing dogs. Grito does keep his eye out fo all squirrels and other small creatures that dare to crawl our wall.

Plus curo mountain dogs have very bizarre dew claws and Grito has very interesting few claws. 

Grito keeping me company in my garage studio as I work on a new wire piece.  

Grito keeping me company in my garage studio as I work on a new wire piece.  

 

Just in case anyone asks- He is in a he US legally as Griffin got him a doggy visa.

 

He is very obedient if you speak Spanish. He only understands Spanish so Curtis and I are working on our Spanish dog commands. 

 

Grito' commands.  

Grito' commands.  

He has been a pleasure but I think he is ready for Griffin and Alex to return.