14 December 2007

Friday dog-blogging

summer dog

See what the small people around here do to me on a regular basis?

I try to bear it with good grace - it does make them happy. And it's marginally better than all that chasing a mechanical rabbit around a track. Now that was humiliating.

14 comments:

shula said...

Do mine eyes deceive me, or is Sailor blowing a bubble?

daysgoby said...

Your dog has nice taste in eyewear.

Badger said...

Hmm. Looks a bit like my great-grandmother in that hat. She was quite fashionable in her day.

M said...

Hee Hee Hee ha haa ha ha. (picks self up off floor) ha ho haa haa.

Reminds me of the sort of thing I used to do to my cat as a young tacker. My cat once spent a day in a pram with a dolls sweater on and tennis balls "to make her look like a lady".

BabelBabe said...

I like your hat, dog. Very fashionable.

tut-tut said...

Very comical! I also like the balls of yarn placed artfully in the background, on that blue chair . . .

meggie said...

Sigh! At least it is not a Christmas hat!

--erica said...

oh gosh! :)

Joke said...

Try doing that with a cat.

-J.

Ali said...

I knew I was missing out not owning a dog.

Jodie said...

Merry Christmas Mr Dog.

Carson said...

Oh god.
Poor baby.

Kris said...

Is your dog a rescued greyhound? And is he a good kind of a dog to have (appreciating of course that you love him and he is obviously the Best Dog Ever)? We're (okay, I am) thinking of another dog and want to get one from the pound but am rather intrigued by the possibility of a greyhound... They can wear hats so well and I think that's important in a family dog (and so hard to find! Berets, now, that's another issue, any old poodle and his mother can carry off a beret)

Suse said...

No, he's not blowing a bubble, nor poking out his tongue. It's his name tag, hanging from his collar and glinting in the light so it looks odd.

Yes, Sailor is a rescued greyhound. BEST DOGS EVER. Susan from five and two and Sueeeus will both back me up here. There's a link on my sidebar to the Greyhound Adoption Program if you want more information.