GREETINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA!
Hello there everybody!
I'm suffering a lot of 'blogger's guilt' at the moment and apologise for not getting around to as many blogs as I would like to. Somehow, with a puppy around, I seem to have so much less time than previously!
Can someone please explain this to me?
Anyway, at least I'm getting to posting, so I hope you will bare with me..
As you can see...there are three happy furry stooges in our household, one of which has been imbued with far too much energy...it is simply impossible to sit still for photographs, LOL!
I will be eternally grateful to the TAMMY-GIRL for her natural leadership and ability to temper the exhuberance of youth...phew, she is a canine star of note!
As for TOBY-PUPPY......
Yeah, yeah! I can hear you all laughing!
We went out to watch a rugby match on Saturday afternoon and the dogs got locked up in the back yard. It's quite a large area with ample space to run and generous shady spots. It 'should be' more than comfortble. Obviously Toby put on his mischief hat because, by the time we got home, the older dogs were clearly giving him the infamous 'cold shoulder'! In addition, he was so happy to see us when we arrived home that he inadvertently scrambled over "THE KING" and used him as a stepping stone in his excitement.
Bad idea Toby!
KING TOFFEE was having none of it and told him off in no uncertain terms, so TOBY slunk into a corner for the evening whilst THE KING sat in various lap thrones.
By Sunday morning, my vegetable patch was history!
I suppose it wasn't really his fault because I didn't seal it off correctly.
The joys of puppyhood!
Back to our playful self!
Asta came to visit again yesterday.
Together, the duo made mince-meat out of some of the beautiful foliage in my garden.
I thought Toby was a hooligan, but you should see the 5 week older, Asta!
Asta is constantly on the move - a shiny black pogo-stick with a mouthful of sharp needles! She has been blessed with uncontained and jittery energy - a real cracker-dog! My poor friend Lorraine is as dreary-eyed as me, LOL!
Good news is that Asta served to dissipate all of Toby's energy reserves and in no time got him to seek refuge in the bushes. However, she was clearly overjoyed with his game of 'hide-and-seek' and the two pups set about making scrambled eggs of my shrubs.
Toby was clearly 'pooped 'afterwards...not to mention us!
So, as you can see, I am being kept relatively busy
...but it's fun!!! It really is!!!
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Sending lotsaluv to you all.