Thursday, September 17, 2009
Of course, the first thing I do when I go out is stick my snout in the wind and get the latest news on who’s been where and what they left behind, if anything. This is essential, and yet mommy insists on interrupting my a-roam-a-therapy session with her prods for me to stop running and slow down!
This is my neighborhood watch time, which is serious business. I am monitoring the entire street for friend and foe; all mere steps from my front door. In fact, I used my bulldog superpowers just the other day when I eyed some scary looking boxlike object at the end of our neighbor’s driveway. Without hesitation, I rushed at the offender, and sniffed it with intent of letting it know I knew it was an intruder! Mommy kept saying it’s just a trashcan, but what she doesn’t realize is how dangerous this ‘trashcan’ was before I rendered it harmless.
In the course of our nightly walk, what Mommy doesn't seem to understand is that I cannot just poo in any old place. Sniffing for the perfect spot takes time. It's a precise decision and cannot be rushed. So, I continue patiently with my efforts to train Mommy! She's more stubborn than this old dog by far.
Nightly walks, proper poo spots, and defenders of the universe are all fine arts. It has taken time, not to mention some of the best genetics to hone these skills that are far superior to those of a human. While Mom may never understand, you can feel safe knowing that I and other evening guardians are out and about patrolling neighborhood streets all over the country to keep the world safe from these dangerous intruders that humans like to call 'trashcans' lurking at the end of driveways.
Monday, September 14, 2009
~~I loved resting my head on Molly~~
My human parents got married on May 15, 2004 and we moved into a new house. It took some time for Molly to accept our new mom because she was so over protective of our dad. It wasn't that she didn't like her, she just didn't like that mom got dad's attention. Molly realized that our new mom was actually a "softy" for us and would let us get away with just about anything, and they became very close. Me, I totally warmed up to our new mom from the very beginning ....but that's a different blog! We all became one big happy family.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
I have nothing better to do while the parents are working then watch FoxNews and Gossip shows all day and meander around the backyard peeing on Mom's roses. I've learned a lot of things and have a lot of opinions, when I feel like actually expressing them. So here I am, bouncing around the blogging world.
I enjoy the normal things, like a good belly rub, a walk through the park, wind in my face and a full bowl of kibble oh and lets not forget my favorite, Booda Bones, they are the best!! I'm a little bit spoiled...okay so, I'm a lot spoiled, but I know I deserve it. ( I let my parents think they run things around here out of respect.)
I'm looking forward to this new hobby and all my new friends that will follow me. The great thing about the internet is I don't have to sniff everyone's butt when I meet them. Man, there are some hygiene-challenged people and dogs out there!