We started getting into trouble living inside. So we got put outside.
Our Mama’s can still keep an eye on us.Most importantly Mama Sasha can still feed us out here. Grandma Maisie and Aunt Nevada hang out with us here too.
Grandma still wants to be in on all the fun.
She gets excited waiting for us to feed.
MAISIE LOVES THE PUPPIES!!She gets silly too.
MAISIE LOVES THE PUPPIES!!
When we are done with feeding we get right down to play with Grandma Did you know one of the rights of passage through puppy hood is to put your tiny head inside the mouth of a big growling dog?
It is called “The Head Game”
A lesson in how and when to be submissive.Grandma is submissive to us too.
She lets us bite her gently after The Head Game. This is a puppy game called “Pin Puppy to Ground”
A lesson in domination and submission.
Like my paws?We like to get close to the camera.
It upsets Mama Jo. We are developing and getting cutter.
What could be more cuter?
I am a soft,fluffy, white, confident, happy, puppy.
You can’t get much better than that.
We have our outdoor yard were Mama and Grandma can check in with us and play.
Mama Jo calls this place The Puppy Palace.
Apparently many other puppies grew up here including my Grandma!
I don’t know were they all went though.
Which worries me a little.Sometimes Grandma wants to play and sometimes she does not want to play.
You got to be careful.
You never know.
You could get snapped at. This is the safe zone.
When in doubt or scared always go to Mama Jo for love and protection.
The boots are pretty fun to chew on too.
We love our outside yard.The furniture makes nice shade when it is sunny and keeps us kinda dry if it rains.
We don’t mind the rain.
Mama Jo says we are developing nicely.
She should know.The shady gravel cools our tummies.
Maximum exposure to cool gravel is the fastest way to cool down.
We learned this life lesson quickly.
When we get sleepy we feel safe here.
We plop and sleep in the shade of the roses or our cool furniture.
Life is rough.
We are not quite sure why we are so fenced in.
The wire fence keeps us from getting to that flower bed over there across the way.
But we are good dogs.
Content to look out at the world beyond the fence while we lay here and look cute.
Sometimes Mama Jo lets us out of our fenced in yard.
But both Mama Jo and Mama Sasha will not take their eyes of us off us.
And Mama Jo still blocks off that flower bed we want to get to so badly.
We are content though.
Mama Jo says being content is a good quality in a dog.
Grandma Maisie can watch over us too while we are out. Even Aunt Nevada tolerates us.
We got it made.