Wednesday, April 21, 2010

In plain sight!

Can you see me?
I can hide on the beach, in my front yard which is covered in sea shells and anywhere it's white.

This is at the dog park BEFORE the skin problem.  I am on the big dog side, you can see some of the larger dogs in the distance.  I actually like this side better.  Some smaller doggies are intimidated by my enthusiasms.   Here are some photos of me on the little dog side:

Even the basket hound is giving me some space.  The little Maltese could hold her own though.  We had some fast zoom zoomies.   At first SHE was afraid I thought the Maltese was a bunny rabbit and worried I would catch her.  But she left me in the dust!   That was one fast pooch!   I've never hurt anyone, but sometimes the owners get concerned that I am too boisterous and strong.  

There were 2 weenie doggies there that day and this one was nice and polite, but the other one kept barking n growling and snarling at everydoggie.   Reminded me of Puffers so I ignored her.

This is me hoovering up something I probably shouldn't have.  My snooter is right down at ground level anyways so snagging a ground treatie is very easy.   Mystery muffins.

And this oh so not glamorous photo is me cooling my belly in the grass.  Again, probably not a good idea in a bark park.  Ditto the mud bath I took a few days later.  

My rash is not clearing up very well cuz I'm having a hard time tolerating the aunty buy aught icks.  They make my tummy feel icky all right and then I loose my lunch all over the floor about an hour later.

A little update on the Mr.  He was back in the hospital this weekend and now is sporting a new defibber thingy.  It's also a pacemaker/defibby combo thingy with all kinds of bells n whistles.  SHE said its a new shock collar for the Mr. If he doesn't behave she can send him a signal and zap him!  Truth or consequences!
I guess he got caught telling fibs one time too many. 

I see there are new puppies on the net, Katie n Bertie....and Becky from Rocky Creek is going to be on a bloggie too.   Any other puppies showing their cute little button noses around the bloggisphere?   Welcome little ones!  

Lots of soft woofies kisses to every doggie!


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Sorry the meds are messing with your tummy!

Paws khrossed woo get better!

Good idea on the new shokhk khollar! I hope it works fur him!


Jazzi said...

How are ya doing?? I have been missing you!! Sorry about the tummy deal but hopefully it will start healing.

Looks like fun at the dog park. You look like the queen there and as it should be huh??

Better tell your MR to stop telling so many fibs. I wouldnt be to keen on shock treatment BOL

Mom found some material for you. It is scotties but not black ones, so we need you to send us an
e-mail with your address. My e-mail is on my blog alrighty??


houndstooth said...

I'm sorry you're feeling sick!

I think having that kind of control over your human would be a lot of fun!


Tanuki Maxx said...

Sorry about your condition. Hope you get better real soon!


Martha and Bailey said...

Hi Bonnie
We have sure missed you! We did not know you had been icky and we are sorry to hear that.
We liked your pics today - you are nearly invisible against the white!
We were happy you got to meet a basket hound - we hope you thought of us.
We don't have any dog parks over here in the UK but we think there might be too many dogs for us.
love and kisses
Martha & Bailey xxx

scotsmad said...

Itches are awful. We hope you clear up soon. Sounds like the cure is worse than the condition though.

Great really blend.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
PS. We try to intimidate smaller dogs by standing over them.

Bouncing Bertie said...

Hi Bonnie

I can see I'm going to enjoy getting to know you. And I'm learning so much useful stuff reading these blogs! So sorry to hear about your skin problems. I'm told that my predecessor in this house, Hamish, also suffered from itchy skin. (Actually, it's all 'Hamish did this' and 'Hamish did that' in this household at the moment. how can I nicely tell Gail that it could all get a bit BORING!)

Toodle pip!

BRUTUS said...

Good to see you Bonnie! Between your itchies and the Mr and mom's other humans - she is probably going crazy trying to make all of you better! Snorts and Frenchie kisses to make it all better :)


The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

Hi Bonnie,

We wish you lived close to us - we'd love to play with a swift Warrior Princess like you.

Hope your tummy, rash thing heals quickly - we hate taking medicine.

And take care of your MR. He needs you close by.

Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Rauiri

Kira The BeaWootiful said...

Wooos Bonnie! woo poor little thing, I so totally understand about the meds making woo sickies... I get those too every time the vet starts me on something new. I hope woo feel better soon. I like woo own beach, I want one too!
( we will be near woo again this weekend, but a little south near sarasoda....)
~husky kisses~
-Kira The BeaWootiful

Kari in WeHo said...

i hope you feel better soon!

The Strawberry Mallard said...

Awwww poor little doll......want Becky to come over and make ya feel better?
Gotta love that "basket hound"...ROTFL...BOL...keep taking your auntie'll be feelin' better B4 ya know it..and leave the Mr.'z defiberraddor alone ;o)
xoxoxox...G-Dog and lil' Beckarroooooooooooo

Bella the Westie said...

I hope you feel better soon, sweet Bonnie. It looked like a nice day at the park.

Best wishes for your Mr.
We truly hope he keeps getting better.

I think you look very sweet sniffing about in the park. :)

Love, Bella.

Mango said...

I am thinking that those mud baths should help your skin feel much better. SOunds like the Mr. is wired for sound. ZAP! Hope that all that technology keeps him going for a long time.


Maggie and Mitch said...

We hope your tummy feels better soon, Bonnie!
Our dad had one of those defibbies too before he got his heart transplant! It went off on him one day and knocked him on his butt! It does have one nasty kick to it so tell the Mister to please behave himself!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

the booker man said...

awww, miss bonnie, i'm sorry your tummy is takin' a long time to get better. and boy do i know about those meddies given you the pukies. have you tried taking them with your breakfast or supper? sometimes it helps to have a full tummy when you take them.
there are shock collars for hoomans?! who knew! hope your daddy stays in line now.
the booker man

Oskar said...

Looks like a great day. I hope your feeling better soon!

My mom person is going to check out one of those people zappy things for our teenage boys!