He was a singleton pup, born by Caesarean. Litters conceived form frozen semen are often small, and often born by Caesarean. I bless my starts that he was a solid brown boy. It seemed to be fate that the last pup born to Ned was a chip off the old block – a solid brown boy and I new immediately that he would be staying with us.I have thought to call a dog “Sydney” (because I love my “home-town”) for many years, but just when I was about to use the name, a friend decided to call her dog Sydney. Mind you, she later changed her mind and renamed the dog Joey, so it would not have mattered but now I am glad. I think it is appropriate that son of “Ned” should be “Syd”.I had been thinking to call my “Sydney” a rhyming slang name: “Fenrik Steak and Kidney” and I was pondering this on the drive home. Somehow, Steak and Kidney did not seem quite noble enough for this precious boy. But of course it made me think of a Steak and Kidney Pie (as I drove past the pie shop on the way home. So it was decided that this boy would be Fenrik Pie in the Sky.If you look up the Cambridge Dictionary, this phrase means: something that is pleasant to contemplate but is very unlikely to be realized. But it has been realised and I suspect he will live up to his promise.