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ALL turn UN 3 M W» ArfiOM Republic Our 'Nosey* is the Cassanova of the neighborhood Father's Day is going to be competitive at our house this year. Ttere is a new father in the family. Our Neighbor phoned last week in ecstatic delight, bubbling with the news: "Nosey is a father!" Nosey is our dog, and it seems Our Neighbor has eight new puppies at her house. this same neighbor bad phoned about 64 days earlier, not at all ecstatic, in fact, quite furious. this is her story;.. "We had a cocker spaniel for 13 years. She died last year and We really missed her. But now that our four children are grown, I decided I never wanted to own another dog. I don't want to become that attached again. And I certainly ' wouldn't want to go through the bother and mess of puppies," she said. Last September her .married children went visiting near Payson and saw a puppy born of an Australian shepherd and a German shepherd. They brought it home for Our Neighbor. "She was adorable," she said. "So tiny, wriggly and helpless. I couldn't resist her. We named her Mala Ku- check, which is Serbian for small dog. But she swiftly grew into an enormous Rin-Tin-Tin, so we renamed her Molly, for my husband's old girl friend." Now, our Nosey is a quiet old fellow, about 10 years of age, which is elderly for a dog. He is greying at the 'whiskers and growing hard of hearing. He lives in our back yard behind a five-foot fence topped with thorny pyracan- tha, and mostly just dozes in the sun. But it seems that Nosey has young ideas... About 64 days ago our neighbor placed her highly indignant phone call to us. There was no one home but Grandma. Our Neighbor complained that Nosey had been visiting Molly at night, leaping over her seven-foot fence. "Impossible, "Grandma said testily. "Nosey is an old dog." Our Neighbor said there was no mistaking Nosey. "He sails over that fence like a deer. If we go out to turn the hose on him to frighten him away, he just leaps right back over the fence again. Trouble is, he returns when the coast is clear." She was very unhappy and upset about it, and rightfully insistent that we keep our "terrible" dog more tightly restricted. But when she called last week she was enthusiastically happy, sounding all the world like a grandmother just bursting with pride. (Curiously, the puppies were born June 8, which is our daughter's birthday. Nosey is really her dog, so the shared birthdate seems significant. She calls him the Cassanova of the neighborhood.) Our Neighbor informed us: "The puppies are gorgeous. Two look just like Molly, Two are like Nosey. The others, also in twos, are perfect little shepherds. Molly is a wonderful mother. She keeps them immaculate. If I carry a puppy away, she walks right along with me, protecting it." Our Neighbor is very knowledgeable on what kind of dog food is best for young mothers, and has invested in supplements to fortify Molly's nutritional intake. She is investigating dog baby-food and vitamin sprays for the time when the puppies are ready for their first solids, and has already made an appointment for them with the vet She is also concerned about adopting them out, and wants them placed in good homes. She and her husband are going to Hawaii July 5th and she wants the puppies settled by then. "t can certainly vouch for their parentage," she said stoutly. "Molly is young, smart and perfectly beautiful, and her own parents were pedigreed. Nosey is handsome, mature, intelligent and mannerly. A wonderful dog." Last year Our Neighbor swore she would never have * f/ v, Rawmile Photo by Roy Cosway New puppies are less than plate-size TOMATOES 2 »* 29 CANTALOUPE 8 FOR FARM 2-U 26th Ave. & Glendale Ave. LIMIT Reserved FREEWAY another pet. 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