Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
I'm officially 6 months old now. I was born on the 15th of March.
I have my big teeth, I'm nearly as big as Bella,
and I had my stitches removed today.
Not that those stitches hindered me much.
They healed so well and quickly I was able to go to the river.
I was RIGHT into the wild games!
Of course, I did have to have a rest when we got home.
This post is number 1111.
That's perfect because I'm NUMBER ONE!
Just don't tell Bella and Roxy I said that.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Look People Crackers. We love them.
We can't buy them in Oz.
Frankie and Ernie sent them to us.
They sent these to Dui BEFORE he even arrived.
He's been here NEARLY 4 months!
We want to know WHY it's taken HER so long to open the packet!
Isn't there a law or something about withholding treats?
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Bella and I Roxy, went to the river again this morning.
Of course, Dui stayed home--not in his crate.
The only casualty today was a cheap fly swatter.
Then, while Bella and I rested, Dui got to go with HER to our friend Millie's house.
He's supposed to stay quiet and calm.
He got to play outside by himself for a little while
he inspected every room in the house, ate Millie's breakfast; got under the BIG BED and
started racing out to attack her (growling and barking).
It was a short visit.
But he got to explore a park on the way home.
As much as the walking string would let him.
So his day wasn't a total loss.
His stitches look good and he hasn't bothered with them.
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Today is Father's Day in Australia.
We don't have a dad, but Kelly shares hers,
Flash and Buddy share theirs,
and Millie shares hers.
We hope all the Dads have a great day!
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Most of you realised that Dui went in for
his Bobble Ectomy yesterday.
He was a little quieter last night--for Dui--but woke ready for action this morning.
He tormented Bella; played some wild bitey-face with Roxy; barked at the cats and raced around the garden.
He wasn't allowed to go to the river with us.
SHE zipped him in his crate, so he could sleep.
We could hear him having a tantrum as we left.
When we came home, Dui met us at the door.
Still barking at the unfairness of it all.
He'd chewed the zipper, and escaped!
The next ten days, keeping him 'quiet' are going to be long.
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
We'd also like to send hugs and snuggles to everyone for Benny!
We'll never forget him. We've been snuggling all day.