May your tail wag, your belly be full, and may you have a forever family to rub your tummy and scratch behind your ears. --------- the collies' blessing to other dogs
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Sherman is Three
Dad woke up this morning, came over to me and started singing Happy Barkday. Dog, oh Dog I have a nutty Dog Dad, but I love him. I got extra treats today, a big hug and time at Angel Paws. I played with a Golden Retriever mix named Buddy, who is visiting Key West. We ran and played. After he left a Beagle named Vegas came in. She didn't play a lot, but we both did some sniffing. I had a good day and enjoyed myself. I liked the extra attention I got from Dog Dad. Dad promised to make some Cheddar Collies this weekend for me. Woof, Woof, Aroooo.
Sherman With His Barkday Presents
I had a picture taken with a pineapple from my yard. I am told they taste good, but I think hoomans are nuts.
With a Pineapple from My Yard
One of Dad's friends had a young Border Collie pup named Gandalf adopt them. I am sure Gandalf will provide them plenty of adventures and keep them busy. That is what Border Collies do best. He is only about eight weeks old, so it will be a little while before we can meet in pawson.
Essex and Sherman are aunt and great nephew. Essex is a friendly, but reserved female tri-color. Sherman is a brave happy outgoing male sable & white. Deacon is a our dog angel that watches over our pack. He crossed the bridge before his fifth barkday.