Me and my neighbor Trigger went for a strole on Sunday. I thought you would like to see what a cool dude he is.
This is him shaking after a swim. If you click on the picture you can see what cool eyes he has.
I think he has beautiful eyes
And he can leap thru the air like a wolf after a bird in the wild. You'll be happy to know this is not a bird, it is just a stick.
Then we came home and fixed the dog van. My Vickie uses it to take the doggy day care dogs on walks cause she dont' care if they get all muddy and wet, then get in the van. It is cool to have an old transport vehicle that a dog can enjoy totally. Wet or Dry.
So remember last week I told you how Murphy fell in the lake. I am beginning to wonder if that isn't a golden/doodle thing. You see I asked My Vickie to see if my girlfriend Annie and my forever friend Murhpy could go on the walk with us on Tuesday. (WE are in the Walking Challenge and we need to make up miles cause we didnt' make our quota last week)
I thought it would be great to show My Annie where the Murphigator fell into the lake last week. I never figured that she, my beautious girlfriend would be as silly as Murphy. It is true, as you will see in the sequence below. My Annie did the exact same thing that Murhpy did. Exactly one week a part.
Seriously is it just golden/doodles or have I picked some real "special" friends.
1st. Recap of Murhpy Last week.
Walking to the end of the log for a drink.
Annie walks to the end of the log
Murphy falls in.
Annie falls in "HEAD FIRST"
Murhpy struggles to get out and not drown
Annie struggles to get out and not drown.
Can you beleive it. Same log, same fall, same panicked, "I can't swim" salute to nature. Seriously.....There has got to be something wrong with them.
I do have to say that I was a little more worried about my presious Annie than I was about Murhpy. And the humans were all just about ready to get themselves wet in an attempt to rescue her when she finally managed to pull
herself up on the log.
I figured I would never get her back in the water again.
later in the walk, Murhpy and Me started smelling something with human scent on it down in the swamps by the river. We went in and rescued my new friend "Paulo the Ape"
Then I carefully watched over him until he had a chance to dry off. Some little girl somewhere is probably crying and missing her little buddy that was probably carried off in the flood waters, ending down here and rescued by me and Murhpy.
One final swim before we head back. Annie mostly watched.
A game of tug with my buddy Murphy.
Then a game of "RUN to Dry Off"
A final group shot and then Home we go.