I was on my hands and knees pulling some weeds and had taken my hat off. Not a smart thing to do if you like your hat.
Because the stealer man is near.
It is not enough to just steal the hat.
You have to get everyone involved in playing with it WITH you.
You have to get a good grip on the thing.
Because the second you drop it…..
When it is flying from side to side it is hard to get back.
When you steal it away you feel proud you actually got it.
After I get it…..all the thrill is gone.”
A breather and a quick sit up snooze in between plays.
Suddenly the urge to use the nose for sniffing instead of breathing. The places dogs put their noses……..
There is nothing like stealing in front of someone to get their attention.
She wonders when the dragonflies will be back.
She needs a stand up snooze too.
On second thought maybe a lay down snooze.Lassen, as usual, watches the goofing around and prefers to have no part of it.
All the goofing around leads Sasha to her cool off place for a few minutes. I am back to weeding and Yolo wonders why. Maisie is back to stealing and knows why.
love these dogs! great fun!
Yes I love these dogs too…TOO much sometimes. Even if I am not having fun they manage to. Thanks for commenting.
Chewable fabric? Check. Human scent/sweat? Check. No way any pup could resist stealing such a perfect toy.
Perfect response Will.
someone sure looks PROUD of their “catch!”
You bet ya!
Haha! Oh such great photos as always… i have it on good authority that if you ever run out of hats… slippers make a great substitute!
Hugs, Carrie and Pups x
Oh yes anything with human scent on it works 🙂
always a total joy reading your blogs….cuz we just LOVE the dogs
Shilo says “Hi” he has a new litter in june. She looks like Sasha, may have a few for sale I you have anyone interested (Lexi on his site)
Thanks Michelle. All righty. If I get any requests I’ll send them your way 🙂 Hi Shilo ….
Sasha is funny 🙂
Yes, she does not know it. You’ll like me next post. Sasha is the lead character.
You take beautiful photos.
Thank you Kristina and thank you for visiting and following The Sundog Drift 🙂
Never a dull moment! This looks like so much fun. Thanks for sharing, Jo.
Yes, the dogs hate boredom. They make up their own games even if it is just goofin’ around.
Awesome photos. Make my heart sing. Love it.