AUTHOR: Marty, a.k.a. canape TITLE: Pups 3 DATE: 9/08/2008 04:04:00 PM ----- BODY:
Yesterday, we took our dogs to the off leash dog park by our house.

Chelsea, otherwise known as Pupstar, is my old lady. She tottered around behind us, looking for shade, taking a drink from every bucket, and hoping that someone forgot to clean up a pile of delicious poo.

Gibson, our chocolate lab, ran his fool head off for about five minutes. He was chasing a ball that Kevin threw when another dog ran after him and nipped at his heels. Without a struggle, Gibson turned and ran back to us sans ball. It just wasn't worth the struggle. There will be more balls, and he knows it. Within 10 minutes, he too was close to us, seeking shade and laying in the cool mulch.

Aja, the Setter Princess, was in rare form. She roamed the park, going from person to person like she was interviewing applicants for a new family. She would approach a possible sucker, let them pet her head and then sit down like a statue right next to their chair. If they didn't continue petting her or proclaiming her beauty, she would move on quickly to the next person. Much to her shagrin, she had to return home with her current family who has stopped appreciating the fine art that is the Setter. At least she still has her leather sofa.

What a trio.

We're thinking about letting the Setter convey with the house if she doesn't get her act together.


----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous Susie DATE:Monday, September 8, 2008 at 4:41:00 PM EDT And how is the house selling going? ----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous katy DATE:Friday, September 12, 2008 at 10:26:00 PM EDT My dog has turned into a lazy, fat grump. I love her anyway.
Somehow I have gotten attached to a kitten. I am not a cat person at all. I went to work a few weeks ago and a person in the apartment next to my patients apartment found a baby kitten, about 3 or 4 weeks old and they couldn't find anyone to take her so they were going to put her in a bag and throw her in the river... I now have a kitten. ----- --------