Uh oh! Those naughty sneaky birds have been up to their old tricks again. Look what’s happened to mummy’s pansies:
Mummy seemed to think I was to blame!! How rude is that! I was way too busy with my new pal to do any gardening. He came all the way from the US!
Yep, I was having far too much fun with this guy to bother with mummy’s silly plants.
My sock monkey was from Sammy! He was part of my prize for winning the campfire poem contest. Thank you Sammy, me and sock monkey are besties:-) This is what else came in my parcel:
How cool is that!
The other day two cats decided to have a catgress on our neighbour’s shed. I knew it was a catgress because Nerissa mentioned these special meetings cats have in a post the other day.
I was very interested in what they had to say, but they very loudly meowed me away – how rude!
Daddy took this picture of me trying to dog-wig on their convo. Sadly it shows the woeful state of our garden which has been devastated by
me the amount of rain we’ve had recently.
Yesterday while mummy was concentrating on cleaning the house, I decided to work on the garden. Ours is a pretty small garden so I decided to make it bigger by digging under the fences on each side. That way we can have 3 gardens rather than just one. What a brilliant idea! Strangely mummy didn’t seem quite so impressed though.
I’m just having a snooze and waiting for mummy and daddy to decide where we’re going for our Sunday walk. I hope it’s somewhere muddy!
You can also vote for the stars in the Hutch A Good Life panto – Raffles and Zena look particularly amazing!
And lastly several of our good friends have entries in the Heart like a Dog calendar contest. You can vote once every 24 hours and Mollie has suggested a vote rotation. If you had trouble viewing the poll, try using a different browser. I use Firefox and the poll didn’t work for me, so I had to switch to Internet Explorer instead.
Hope you are all having a good sunday.
I had such a great time with nanny and grampy yesterday. We had a lovely walk in the forest, I played in the garden, and literally bowled my nanny over with all my love and attention BOL.
I also got lots of treats and cuddles:-) Perhaps it should’ve been grandpup day!
I’m now (hopefully) halfway through my confinement, so this is the home stretch Am counting down the days!
To keep me busy until I’m free again, daddy has bought me a hurdle jump for the garden. It is basically an adjustable bar which he seems to think I should jump over. I am not so sure about that.
Mummy and daddy are talking about me taking agility classes when I turn 1 (apparently I’m not allowed before then). So this is just a taster. The bar is set quite low so I could step over it easily if I wanted to. I say ‘if’ because, to be honest, I don’t want to. I’d rather watch him step over it while I walk round it.
Thing is, mummy and daddy are always saying that they need to loose weight and do more exercise, so I figure if I pretend to be stupid and not get the concept of the hurdle, they’ll spend lots of time stepping over it and therefore will get bags of exercise. Great plan, eh?
In the meantime, they are getting desperate and have started waving treats around to encourage me. Its a win-win situation
Ages ago in my posts Gardening and Gardening update I mentioned that mummy and daddy were trying to tidy up the garden. Well, its sort-of done now. It could do with some finesse but its a lot better than it was. To give it a bit of definition, mummy decided to border off the flower bed from the grass (who knew that flowers sleep in beds??)
Anyway, this border was wonky, mummy even said so herself. So as a surprise I decided to straighten it up for her Only it was a bit harder than I expected and my efforts went a bit awry … I broke it a little. Do you think she’ll notice??
For those asking, this is the tip of the iceberg (and the tip otherwise known as our garden lol!)
And this is me in the bath after all my hardwork
My humans are on holiday this week and have decided to ‘work’ on the garden, which seems to actually mean destroying it ><. I’m not really sure they know what they’re doing, so yesterday I decided to help out. I started off by supervising, but ended up doing all the hard labour. For my troubles I got muddy paws and before I could clean up, I got dumped unceremoniously in the bath! So rude!
They did some more work today, but I took a more laid back approach in my advice – did not want to end up in the tub again! They didn’t get very far as they kept having to go out and buy more tools. I checked their purchases regularly, but they forgot to get anything for me!
It also started raining and as they lack any kind of weather proofing (unlike me) they ran inside and hid. So the poor garden is in a sorry state. I hope they get their acts together soon and finish it off so I can play out there again.
This weekend has been filled with glorious sunshine, and despite my reputation of being a snow dog, I’ve discovered I really like sunbathing. My humans think I’m mad, but I’ve really been enjoying myself basking in the garden – heaven
The grass has shrunk again though! There was a funny noise in the garden and when I went out there, the grass was really short. I don’t understand why it keeps happening. I love rolling in the long grass, why does it go away?? I’ve heard that aliens make something called crop circles, but this is a square and there aren’t any patterns in it, so I don’t think it can be aliens – right? Its so weird! Hope I figure it out one day.
My human daddy is on holiday this week, which I’m really excited about. I hope he’ll play football in the garden with me – I can now get the whole ball in my mouth so I should be able to keep him from getting it. But its fun letting him try