Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Able to Leap Small Gullies in a Single Bound

Yeah, sure, They can try to keep me quiet with their bandages and bags and inflatable collars.

But my nose is good.

My hearing and eyesight keen.

I could go for miles wrapped paw or not.

And I'm smart too. It's nicer to just stay close to home, walking with someone who loves me

and has treats... ;>


  1. Treats are very important...keep'em coming!!!!

  2. Sweet Robin is well on his way to a full recovery! What a dear little face. Glad his foot is healing and that his back end has recovered. What does he think of the mini donkey group? How is Dennet?

  3. who could resist such a look!

  4. If this were Facebook I would click Like!

  5. LA, yes, treats are VERY IMPORTANT according to Robin, and I have to agree. He is forming the habits that will help him to be happy and safe off lead and treats are a big part of that. Never fear, we bring plenty!

    I haven't taken Robin over to the donkey's in a while Thistle & Rose, but Dennett soldiers on quietly. Likes his short walks, eats pretty well and looks forward to barking at the UPS man and the donkeys.

    Evelyn, Not me, that's for sure.

    Sharon, I'm not on facebook but thank you.

  6. Aw, such a good sport too. :)

  7. What a great last photo of Robin! Here's hoping that he's back to 100% healthy soon.

  8. I dropped by to see if you've updated your blog, but these photos are so cute I love a second look at them!