Monday, March 29, 2010

Chilling Out in the Keys

The weather here is cool and windy. Dad thought it was going to rain so we went to the dog park early. We had a lot of fun running around and Dad chuckled at our windblown fur.

Earlier this month Essex went to the vet. We like our vet and he likes us. Essex is in grrrreat condition.

Chilling out in the Keys
Dog Speed

Essex & Deacon

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Happy St. Pup-Tricks Day

We hope every dog had a pawome St. Pup-Tricks day and that you got to eat all the green eggs and ham that you wanted. We had none, but we did have some green colored dog treats.

To all our friends we wish a double dose of the collies blessing this St. Pup-Tricks Day. So here it goes: "May your tail wag, your belly be full, and may you have a forever family to rub your tummy and scratch behind your ears."

It was raining for a lot of the Day and dad forgot his camera and our hats when we went to the dog park. (Thank Dog). So here are two pictures from last year.

Dog Speed,

Essex & Deacon

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Reilly's Mom

Well, cyber paw pals our friend and fellow dog with blogs member Reilly “the Cow Spot Dogs” mom is sick. His hooman mom has been going back and forth to the hospital since 16 December. She is home again now. Now we think the world of their pack, they are simply pawsome people. His Mom is really artistic and Reilly is a pawome friend. She is an Aussie living in Nebraska and has told us some grrrreat Land Down Under stories.

Reilly, The Cow Spot Dog
Wonder how he got that nickname?

A picture of Reilly's Mum with a Joey
It was taken many Dog Moons ago

Pawsome T-Shirt made by Reilly's Mom

Well, Reilly is worried about his Mom. We believe in that it helps people to see all the dogs, hoomans, cats and other critters stopping by to wish them well. So join us in sending healing vibes to them. If you click on the name Reilly, we've set up a hyperlink to their blog.

Reilly's Fire Hydrant Challenge

Reilly, here are some healing collie vibes. Give your Mom a cold nose and a warm lick from us.

You are in our barks, thoughts and prayers,

Essex, Deacon & Dog Dad too