Remembering Napoleon (“Polie”) Nov. 04, 2004 – Oct. 28, 2019
Playing with the grandbabies back in the prime of his life… my West Highland White Terrier was the perfect family dog.
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Bath time with the grandbabies. Polie would climb in the bathtub with them. He did not want to be left out. He always insisted he get in the bathtub with the kids. They laughed and so did I. Such good times!
Polie did not mind going in his crate if the grandbabies went in first. This was the grandkids idea. True story. Kenzie has a Green Bay Packer band aid on her nose due to a mishap with her brother.
He protected the grandkids and he was so proud when they loved him and hugged him.
Kisses for Brett. Westies are friendly and loving dogs.
Polie had no problem taking orders from the granbabies even if it meant he was inconvenienced.
Sleepovers were the only time Polie would leave mom’s bedroom to sleep in the living room. He watched over those grandkids.
He was concerned one day when Kenzie was all covered with leaves and offered to dig her out.
Play ball, Polie!!
Polie thought playing ball was all about him and that ball.