Keep an eye on those most precious to you, crew ; )
Because someone can steal him way in a Labrador second
Sheer panic if you do lose sight of your pet. I’ve been there. The fearful thoughts that race through your mind can grip you in a state of dread. Scary, isn’t it?
Those “couple of seconds” can feel like an eternity!
Crowded dog park.
Our buddies never lose sight of us … They know where the food comes from.
Not to worry, Henry! I believe Louie knows where his bread is buttered.
Oh yes we I’m know what you mean!
I walk a pack of labs through fields and forest every day, they often dissappear for prolonged periods, and I pretend that I am not worried. It’s always a great relief when they come back and crash into me, they know.
Get him fixed , they said. it’ll calm him down, they said. Got the the lil’ bugger broke, brought him home from the vet. Were told to keep him calm for a coupla days. 5 seconds after we had carried our Dachsi, terriermix Jaga into the house, he hit the floor running, ran to the back room, jumped up on the laundry, then the dryer, knocked out the screen, jumped 6 ft to the ground, ran across the the yard, and climbed over our 5 ft chain-link fence. Didn’t see his useless, horny butt for 6 hrs..
Good afternoon Crew!
oh2besane, my avatar is actually Bretagne, pronounced Brittany. She was the last surviving 9/11 rescue dog and died from old age a couple of years ago. It is my way of honoring her. The avatar is from her 16th birthday party. :-)
Yup—those visual reunions are the best!
Good Evening, Crew.
July 22, 2015