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Truffle - Lagsi Litter  June 2013

Day Nine Candid Shots
Photos by Elaine Mozur.



  

  




Blossi

  

  




Boy 1:  Stonecrop Blossi
means "blaze" or "flame"
rhymes with bossy, with a short o


Blossi has a "Tinni spot" on the top of his head, so-called after an early ISD, Íslands Garða Tinni, who had such a spot.
Blossi's rear dew claws are one double, one single.

Gosi



     



Boy 2:  Stonecrop Gosi
means "jack" in the pack of cards
rhymes with bossy
Gaw-see, not Go-see.  Short o.


Gosi has one white cheek, one tan cheek.
He has single rear dew claws.

Kappi

  

    

           





Boy 3:  Stonecrop Kappi
means "hero" or "champion"

sounds like "copy"

Kappi has a long diamond-shaped neck blaze on a copper-colored
coat, and double rear dew claws.

Seppi

  

  




Boy 4:  Stonecrop Seppi
colloquial word for dog.  "Doggie", "pooch"


Seppi looks the most like his father in markings, but is darker.  He has one double,
one single rear dew claws.

Lukka







    

Girl 1:  Stonecrop Lukka
means "luck"
pronounced "luke-a"


Lukka has a blaze marking on the back of her head which looks like a
jigsaw puzzle piece.  She already seems quite lively.   She has one double dew claw,
one single dew claw in the rear.

Edda

   

   

Girl 2:  Stonecrop Edda
means "great-grand-mother"
and is the name of one of the Icelandic sagas.
Pronounced Ed-uh, short e, and in Icelandic the d's sound almost like t's.

Edda has tan eye patches and a white collar.  She has rear double dew claws.








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