Monday, March 13, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Furder in the Dog Room

Several times a year, whenever I feel like I need to be punished for something, I take a shed brush and scissors to the old man. 

This was JUST from his ruff and neck.  Dale emptied it for me, and I promptly refilled it.  Twice more


Rosie, Posing

Our nearly 15 month old bundle of energy in a few rare, still moments

 Nope.  Never gonna be an obedience trial candidate
Chewing is soooooo tiring, I can't even move my leg back to where it's supposed to go

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Oops

Me:  'Rosie, stay away from that freshly painted wall'
 
3 seconds later.....
 

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Snow Sisters

No, not the 'Texas Flip and Move' Snow sisters.  Sybil and Rosie, snow dogs extraordinaire
 







Santa's Secret

It's not Rudolph leading Santa's sleigh.  He's far too slow.
 
Rosie is his secret weapon for making it all around the world in one night
 

 Yes, she totally made the deck in that leap
 And this one
 Her ears and tail just crack me up




Winter Wonderdogs

The dogs (except Gem, of course) have been having an absolute blast with the snowy weather of late. 
 
 Because every dog wants a picture like this out there for all to see

 It had been snowing for an hour or so.  He had lain there the entire time.  I finally had to make him come in so that he wouldn't get completely buried




Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Like Daughter, Not Like Mother

So, there's daughter Sybil, have a madly fine time in the 25 degree, snowy weather outside....
 

...And momma Cricket, snuggled up on the quilted couch, on a pillow, in front of the roaring pellet stove inside

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Testing the Theory of Relativity

Where did Sybil and Rosie even come from??
 
 
An arty shot, ruined by two racing hounds

Frosted Flakes and Sneaky Hounds



They know they aren't supposed to be in the library, but sometimes, they do push the limits.  Hoke and Rosie, acting innocent

Jan Comes to Visit

 Jan came to play a bit with Rosie the other day.  This is kind of how it went most of the time Jan was here.  45 seconds of flat out chasing, followed by snuggle time for both