Ben is laying next to me on the bed and he has the hiccups. Ben is so big that each hiccup shakes the bed. I can’t sleep like this. However, he looks so cute and comfortable, so I don’t want to kick him off the bed.
This is a major pet parent dilemma.
Ben gets himself into weird positions sometimes. He looks happy with himself, but that looks like an odd and uncomfortable position to me.
I guess you have to be dog to understand.
Over the years, I have found myself saying strange things to my dogs.
- It’s not nice to eat your friend’s friend.
- I know you love your brother, but please don’t pee on him.
- What’s got your fur all in a wad?
- It’s time to put on your big boy collar.
- Stop fighting over dirt!
Ben loves playing and rolling around in the snow. Ben is a Great Pyrenees, so he was made for this weather. His undercoat is thick and looks more like wool than fur. The top layer of Ben’s fur is also thick, long, and wavy.
Ben seems completely unfazed by the cold, and has spent a lot more time than normal running around the yard.
That’s right, it’s snowing in Alabama. Most of my dogs are enjoying the snow; however, poor little Norton is not enthused.