Tuesday, July 22, 2014

I love my Food Ball!

This is my Food Ball! The people put kibble in it, and then I roll it around and around and around, and food comes out! Isn't that clever? I am very good at this.


Ojo has a Food Puzzle too. Hers is called Tug-a-Jug.


I do not like Tug-a-Jug as much as Food Ball because it takes me a long time (and much throwing of the stupid thing around) to get the food out. Food Ball is much more elegant.

However, Ojo has a special technique. She can empty Tug-a-Jug in under 3 minutes. So the people are going to get her something else that is more hard.


But I get to keep my Food Ball. Whew. I love my Food Ball!!


Monday, July 21, 2014

BEST THING EVER! (by Ojo)

Hi hi hi! Ojo here!

Something happened - the BEST THING EVER!!!

It started with a Walk with our people. (Which was fun too - lots of running, yippee!!) Then we got to a building. We stopped. We waited outside the building while one of our people went in.

I thought this was boring, but Cobi was very, very, very interested by this. Very interested. Very.

I wasn't sure why. I asked Cobi why she was so interested. "What's going on, Cobi?"


But she did not answer. She was too busy watching. And watching. And watching.

And then...
...it happened...
......and I knew why....


ICE CREAM!!!!




Do you see how nicely we Sit? How nicely we Wait? May we have some now please???


Ooooooohhhhhhh...


Dog Ice Cream! Ice Cream just for us! Just for us Dogs!


Hurray!! Cobi was right. This place is very interesting. I love Ice Cream!!!


More Ice Cream please!

Saturday, July 19, 2014

My Hole (by Ojo)

Hi hi hi! Ojo here!

I have perfected my technique for cool summertime napping!


This is a trick I learned in Alabama, before I came to live in Canada. But it has been very Hot here recently and so this trick has come in handy!

Here is how you do it: First you need to find a cool spot under a tree or bush. I recommend the dwarf Japanese maple trees in our Front Yard (they hang all the way down to the ground - perfect!), or the raspberry bushes in the Back Yard (pictured here).

Then you dig a hole. The hole must be as big as your body when you curl into a ball-shape, and deep enough to reach the cool, damp soil.

Do not let the people notice you digging a hole. Usually they say things like, "Stop!" or "Bad Dog!" So you must be very stealthy.

Once the hole is ready you can climb in and go to sleep.


And voila! That is how you keep cool in the summer!

I'm going back to my hole for another nap now... Zzzzzz......