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!