Dawgs: little and large

We have two dogs roaming our houseyard at present.

That’s right. TWO housedogs (although only one is allowed inside).  Whenever someone says the word ‘dogs’ a lot, it always makes me think of my step-grandpa.  He’d always say it DAWGS.  I just love that word.

Diamond (Dash’s border collie pup) and Axel (our 4-year-old Great Dane) spend a lot of time together. I did worry that Axel might be a bit jealous, but so far the relationship seems to be going swimmingly…

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LOOK AT ME, LOOK AT ME… PLAY WITH ME, PLAY WITH ME!

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HOW CAN YOU RESIST ME? I AM SO CUUUUUTTTEE!!!

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I WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES… I WILL EVEN TRY TO STEAL YOUR BONE!

dawgs_7279 eLOOK – STEALING BONE and BEING CUTE!

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BUT YOU KNOW, IF YOU LIKE, REALLY need THIS BONE BACK, YOU CAN LIKE, totally HAVE IT!

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SEE … HERE YOU GO… YOUR BONE BACK, AXEL!  COME ON… PLEEEEEEAASSSEEE!!

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Jeez Mum, this little thing you brought me sure does talk a lot. 

I gave her a bone to shut her up and EVERYTHING…

What can you say to that face?

Dawgs.

Endless sources of amusement (and imagined conversations).

;-)

11 Responses to “Dawgs: little and large”

  1. Well done! Hilarious. You don’t write the script for Fred Bassett, do you?
    I guess no EKKA this year, and look how good the weather has been!!! It is August, isn’t it?

  2. Hilarious!!!!
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  3. Border collies are the most focused dawgs I ever met. I was a great favorite among the dawgs when I did my west nile virus work. One of them was a border collie, and she would run grab her soccer ball (mostly deflated) and bring it to me to kick. She’d chase it and run and run. After a few minutes of this, I’d return to work. She lay there just like your little Diamond, with her eyes on that soccer ball, and she would not move a muscle. Just stare at that soccer ball. Her owners said that she stare at this ball for hours. She was a former sheep dog. Her owners had sold their farm, and moved into town. Her herd instincts were strong.
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  4. I can never get enough dawg photos. That last one is priceless!!
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  5. Haha sooo cute.
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  6. I miss my dawg and we’re in the process of finding another one. I’m a sucker for doggy interactions and these are lovely.

  7. Love your Dawgs!
    Visited the local town tip on the weekend and a truck pulled in with not one but two great danes on the back. As soon as they pulled up they galloped of the back! Thought of you and Axel :) So a well timed post!
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  8. We’ve got FOUR danes at the moment – 2 adult and 2 puppy – and they are hilarious! Such gentle giants (as shown in your photos). Gorgeous pictures!!

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