Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Collieween

We hope all our cyber-paw pals out there had a Happy Collieween. It sure is a pawsome time of the year. It makes Dad happy, even though it drives us a little nutty. Dad puts us in the back bedroom and closes the door. Something about us going nuts when people we don't know walk by our house. We get anywhere from a 100 to 300 kids visiting our house.

Essex & Deacon

Monday, October 27, 2008

Blue Monday

It is a Blue Monday for us. A month ago we all excited about # 1 cousin coming to Key West. Then we were sad that he would not be coming to Key West because his family had to move. Today we found out that he will not be living with Dog Dad's friend. It turns out the place the family is moving to will not allow dogs over 30 pounds. A full grown male collie is normally around 60-75 pounds.

We feel like we know our # 1 cousin. We were looking forward to getting letters from him, like Uncle Bobby used to send us. We sure hope he finds a good home as Holmhaven Collies are real sweet hearts. Don't worry pals we will be okay. We just had to get this off our chests before we resume normal posting tomorrow.

Dog Speed

Essex & Deacon
# 1 cousin latest puppy picture.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

We're Back

We just wanted to let all our cyber-paw pals know we made it safe back home to Key West. Both of us and Dog Dad hate that long two day trip from Cincinnati, Ohio to Key West, Florida. Thankfully the weather was sunny and we mostly just slept in the car. Our first stop back in Key West was Angel Paws. What a pawsome Dad, he lets us see our pals and run around before going home.

Dog Dad was a little worried because Essex didn't poop for 48 hours. As soon as we got to Angel Paws, Essex took care of business. Essex tends not to eat or do her duty when we travel. Dad is used to it, but it still worries him a bit.

More tomorrow, hopefully.

Dog Speed,

Essex & Deacon

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Journey South

Dog Dad is packing for the trip back. We head south to Clyde's house tomorrow to visit for several days. Then it is back home to Key West. We sure will miss the cooler weather.

We might be able to visit Dad's brudder, Stevie-grrrr-Wonder. We'll catch up with everyone on Monday. Wish us luck.

Essex & Deacon

Monday, October 13, 2008

Essex is Five

Auntie Essex has really enjoyed her Barkday. We woke up for our early morning walk. Dad of course sang "Happy Barkday" to her and kissed her on the nose before our walk. Then we had some special Barkday Pup-Cakes Auntie Marge, Dad's sister got for us. Next we went to Pet Smart. We met several other dogs, but no dogs with blogs. We wish that Key West had a Pet Smart. After that we had more dog treats and then went to visit our Ohio Collie Paw-Pals, Hattie and Cassie. We had fun running, playing and wishing Auntie Essex a Happy Barkday.
This sure is a lot more fun than Paw-latics. If you get a chance stop by and wish Thor a happy Barkday. Thor is celebrating Barday number two, while this is lucky number five for Essex.

Dog Speed,

Special Barkday Pup-Cakes

Deacon enjoying a Pup-Cake

Essex enjoys a chewy Barkday treat

We wish Key West had a Pet Smart

Essex, Hattie, Cassie and Deacon

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

O-H-I-O, hurray

Well, we are safe and sound here in Ohio. We arrived in Cincinnatti on Saturday and were in a little town called Amherst on Monday.

We have visited and played with Clyde. Now we are playing with our best Collie buddies Hattie and Cassie. Well, time to get off the computer, Dog Dad wants to play.

Essex & Deacon

Remember Tosca in 08

Friday, October 3, 2008

Ohio Vacation

Dad got the car packed up last night and we will be headed north to Ohio. We hope Clyde, Hattie and Cassie are ready to play. We can't wait to see our Buckeye paw-pals.

Our posts might be a bit sporadic, but Dad promises to look at laptops. We hope he finds one he likes, so we can read all of our cyber-paw pal posts and that we can tell them all about adventures.

Dog Speed,

Essex & Deacon