Saturday we went for our morning walk at the Devil's Elbow.
We went down a different track and found some great old trees to investigate.
Don't worry, Kendra is there. She's just behind the photographer, as usual.
We were heading down to the river, when SUDDENLY I spied a MONSTER creeping out of the long grass!
I emitted my most ferocious growl....
I told it to stay right there......
Not to move......
And no one would get hurt!
Luckily, it listened. It knew I meant business!
Because if it had even twitched; it would've been history!
hee hee hee! Brilliant, you can't be too careful though, we have been known to stalk the odd log here and there just to keep our skills up to date, as you were doing :-) Have a lovely Sunday, Dex and Lou xxxReplyDelete
You tell 'em! Looks like you literally scared the stuffing right out of it. ;)ReplyDelete
No self respecting monster would want to do battle with Daisy or Bella !ReplyDelete
Wow, that's one scary looking critter! Good thing you were there to protect your pack. I guess you barked at that bark-beast! BWAR HAR HAR Next will you "branch" out to ghostbusting?
Grr and Woof,
Now to Daisys credit that old hollow log might be the home to some monster. Sometimes the nose knows. Just because it wasn't home at the time doesn't mean it won't be back.ReplyDelete
Sweet William The Scot
We have the same thing happen here...All of the sudden calamity erupts and we are saved again from an unknown and unseen predator! :-)ReplyDelete
We know what could happen when those jaws of death grab a small varmint!!ReplyDelete
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh, Ruairi and Ivy
SHE must feel very safe and protected when SHE is with you!ReplyDelete
First time I could see your teeth Daisy BOL! You are one tough bodyguard, bravo!ReplyDelete
WOW... that was a Horrible SCARY thingy!! I am glad that you were able to put it in its place and keep everybuddy SAFE!! No telling what it had in mind. WHEW!!ReplyDelete
Good work, Daisy. You never know what could lurk in those grasses or inside that big monster.ReplyDelete
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Thats a Scotties job to make sure that they know you mean business!! WTG!!ReplyDelete
Daisy I'm glad you scared that monster into submission!ReplyDelete
Nubbin wiggles & kisses for my girl,
Keeping one eye on Mom I see too. Maybe your mom would email me a photo of her sporting those Barefoot shoes? I'd love to use it in a post.ReplyDelete
Put in a good word for me,
daisy looks like our old maddieReplyDelete
Never trust anything creeping around in the tall grass! Nice work, Daisy!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
DOn't blame you for barking at it, it sure is creepy looking.ReplyDelete
Go get 'em Daisy, show it who's boss! :)ReplyDelete
Woofs and Licks,
What great work!!!! You are a wonderful bodyguard!!! Lots of love, Debbie & HollyReplyDelete
Glad you let that monster know who's boss!ReplyDelete
Good Job Daisy!! Gotta be "on your toes" at all times. Never know when there will be a need to protect.ReplyDelete
That monster sure had a big mouth.
You are so brave! :)ReplyDelete
One can never be to careful. The next time ... it could be the real thing.ReplyDelete
Love and licks Winnie
Hee hee... that sounds like me and Whitley-- we have been known to stalk the odd rock or cement bunny rabbit....ReplyDelete
Great job setting that monster straight Daisy! LOL!ReplyDelete
I love you girls.....your walks are always an adventure....ReplyDelete
What a brave girl you are!ReplyDelete
Bet it was one of those poisonous Aussie snakes that slithered back under the log so fast SHE didn't even see it. Good nose, good eyes, Daisy! Another Scottish victory! Hope you got bagpipes when you got home. We love bagpipe music.ReplyDelete
Jed & Abby