Saturday, November 5, 2016

5:30 a.m.

We're out securing the boundaries.  No cats!
 But wait! 
What is that strange thing on the other side of the fence!

Alert the neighbourhood! 
...And everyone on our side of the river.
A clear and present DANGER!

Luckily the people who live there were gone for the weekend. 
SHE doesn't think they would
have liked the early morning wake-up call.
Dui's alarm was cut short....



Then it was off to the river.  Here comes Kelly, Dui is in his 'ambush' position!
GAME ON!



25 comments:

  1. Dui you are so funny! I'm sure Kelly did not see you.
    That ball might have been a cat curled into a ball...Just saying
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  2. That reminds us of the day the scary plastic bag monster was waiting in our yard. Nobody was brave enough to walk up to it, so we stayed on top of the hill barking at it till Mom rescued us.

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  3. Wow, that ball looks like it could have been scary! I bet it could be a lot of fun too. BOL. I bet it floats ... maybe it should go to the river with you!! WHOOHOO that would be some splashy fun fur sure.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  4. We has a little boy next door that kicks those dangerous balls in our yard ;) BOL

    xoxo,
    Matt (& Matilda)

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  5. You had us scared for a minute! Carry on!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  6. We bet you were really yelling to see if someone would toss that ball into your yard so you could play with it. We love punching holes in those balls.

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  7. Whew - your neighborhood is so lucky you were all there to protect it from the round invader:)

    Go, Dui, GO!!!

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  8. Thanks for catching us up on your adventures!

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  9. Game on is right, and giddy-up!! :-) Hope you had fun!!

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  10. Your neighbors should be THANKIN' you for keepin' the hood safe from aliens! I thinks if they had been home, they would be screaming their thanks! hehehe
    OMD, that Dui attack pose is PRICELESS!!! You go dude! BOOM!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  11. Wahoo!! What a fun day!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  12. I'm so glad that you defended the homestead against that soccer ball!!!!! It looks like you had a great river visit!

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  13. Dui - You're almost invisible in ambush mode. Almost.

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  14. You never can tell about those sneaky balls, Dui. Have fun at the river!

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  15. I try to get our peeps up at 5.30 a.m. too BOL I know it is still pitch black here in the U.K. at that time but us doggies do need to check what is going on in the neighbourhood especially strange objects suddenly appearing near the boundaries. Have fun at the river - nose licks and love from Moth xx

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  16. Funny how something out of the ordinary, albeit harmless, gets the guard dog genes worked up!

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  17. It is too bad that the neighbo(u)rs weren't home to enjoy your concert.

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  18. Ohhhh do I have some early morn news myself. This was our weekend to switch back to EST from DST. So we 'fell' back and hour. BUT GUESS WHAT MY TUMMY DID NOT GET THE MEMO. I had to let the food service depart know I was hungry at 5:18 am formerly 6:18 am. I kept up my demands until she got up at 5:30 am. I ate then took a 3 hour nap. MOLMOL
    Hugs Madi

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  19. WE are usually up by 5:30. It is the best time of day!

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  20. Tuvoks wake up time promote by our 4 cats 5 am weekends too sigh

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  21. Glad you alerted everyone to that strange creature in the next yard! Nice work!

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  22. Oh my. We bet the aliens put that ball there as a secret spy on you.

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  23. Well I think your neighbours would be delighted to know they have a canine vigilante squad next door. At any time of day.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  24. Our Trail is like that - if there is something different, he lets everyone within hearing distance about it. The vehicle was moved in the yard and parked in a "new" spot...BARK, BARK, BARK!

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