Here I am chilling with Poppi. Everything looks calm and cool, right? He even looks like a laid back kind of guy, doesn’t he? Well, don’t let him fool you! This guy certainly knows how to wag a dog’s tail and wear you out. After a day with him, I was dog tired. My eyes look all crazy not from the hours of play but from the crazy camera’s flash. Thanks for a great day, Poppi!
This is Poppi. He and I are having a man-to-dog eye-to-eye moment. I love this guy!
Every time I get near this board she grabs that camera. Ugh!
Seriously, I didn’t know what to think. Not at first anyway.
Hey! This thing makes crazy noises! Whoa! I totally wasn’t expecting that!
And then I smelled my favorite liver treats inside! Yippee!
I love this crazy ball with its crazy ridges, crazy sounds, and the treats I go crazy for!
Yeah! I love this ball like crazy!
I’d like to officially introduce a new character to my rapidly growing cast. Meet Cow. He is small and easy control. Here we are both resting from some pretty rough play.
By the way, Mimi and Poppi dutifully informed me and Dutchess that Turkey isn’t really a turkey but a rooster. We started to call him Turkey the Rooster, but we don’t want to confuse him. He’s still Turkey to us.
This is me going after Dutchess’ sock while she is wearing it.
And now I’m settling in for a good time.
And finally here I am mad and disappointed that she won’t let me chew on that sock while she is wearing it.
I went to the doggy park today, and I don’t care if I ever go again. I’ve never seen anything so uncivilized in my all my doggone life! Dutchess thought the dogs in the big dog park were too big for me, but I’m telling you the dogs in the small dog park were too small–and too loud! This dog here is Homie. Dutchess called him L’il Homie, but I thought his name should have been Sir Barks Alot. Good grief! He can make your head hurt! He especially liked barking at me! I just ignored him.
Most of the dogs spent their time running along a fence chasing the big dogs on the other side. I would have none of it. I didn’t quite understand it. It seemed like an exercise in futility–all that running back and forth and going no where. Ridiculous, really. Maybe they all have ADHD.
The whole thing seemed so uncivilized. I couldn’t bear to watch those animals behaving like idiots. That’s why I spent my time with the people.
Actually, I think I prefer the company of people.
People are my favorite.
Yea, I love people. Where’s the people park?