Tom: We would like to start by saying thank you for all the lovely notes on Polka Dot. She will be greatly missed and remembered always. We have some of her wool at home! Our greatest wish now is that all of our friends who are unwell get better. Aside from our Blogosphere friends who have been sick, we also have neighbouring doggies who are unwell. We are especially crossing our paws for Sam, an elderly lab cross who has been having serious behavioural problems and really worrying his owners. He is starting new medication and behavioural training and we hope it will all work.
As you know, the weather has been stinky here ever since #1 got back. It doesn't bother me as I am a true all-weather woofie, but the wind made it hard to throw the Frisbee!
But #1 did manage to catch a catch!
And I bet you've been missing my flying ears!
Sometimes, when the weather is bad, the only thing to do is hang with your brother...
Bibi-Chan: #1 has been successful in foiling my escape attempts since my "Houbibi" post. She's getting craftier... I wonder what I can think of next....
In the meantime, I like to appear relaxed, just to give her the wrong idea (HeheHe...):
Vidock: Hi everyone! It's good to be back! With the really stinky weather, my brother Viking and I have been indoors. We have a huge box that is open on one side so we can see out, and there's LOTS of nice fresh straw for us to lie in. It's so good to be out of the train!
#1 brought me a very handsome head collar and lead rein from the States. And guess what? She had a baseball cap embroidered with my name! And also.... She found a picture of my great-great-grandfather (actually, we call them "grandsires"), a famous American Percheron Stallion called South Valley Did-It and he had the exact same snip (nose) mark that I have!!! Can you see?
Wasn't he a handsome guy? In other news, the farrier came and I got a hoof trimming. I was good as gold. It is very manly to know how to behave when the farrier comes!