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Thursday, October 14, 2004

Darling Dogs

As you can see below, both my dogs tend to be happy critters. Sally has a Border Collie's herding instincts -- she circled and bunched trick-or-treaters when she was only 11 weeks old. At two, she's eager for more challenges, and tends to herd me, the Dalmatian, the cats, my roommate, and anyone who comes her way. She also has a collection of tennis and rubber balls which she groups, scatters around the house, and then hunts down.

At mealtime, she piles as many as four or five into her bowl and then has to pick them up and stack them or chuck them out of the bowl to eat around them. If no balls are handy, she will pile other toys into the dish. Looks like a shephard -- crazy like a border collie!

Her best self-taught trick? She can flip open a video tape and pull all of the tape out!

1 comment:

Michelle said...

Aren't dogs great! I have a Jack Russell and there is never a boring minute.

Sally sounds like one smart poochie!