Thursday, April 28, 2011

Watch Dog

I don't know if you know this, but I'm a highly trained Watch Dog. If I see, hear, or smell anything suspicious, I sound the alarm and warn Ellie and Margot. Together, we let Nina know when there's trouble nearby. Even though I'm smaller than other dogs, my voice can be just as deep and loud as a big dog's.

Here I am, looking out and listening for trouble.

I always bark to let Nina know when I hear something suspicious, like when someone's ringing our doorbell, knocking on our door, slamming their car door, yelling, or when another dog is barking.

After a long, hard day's work, I take a much needed snooze.

Good thing my services are free. Otherwise, Nina would be broke.

Barking not biting,

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Diabolical & Delicious

If you've never read this blog, you may still may have heard that I love hating squirrels. These diabolical little furballs are disguised to look cute, but in reality, they are evillllllll. If I could climb trees, they'd be dinner. And breakfast. And lunch. And even brunch! Since I haven't found a way to climb trees just yet, this guy will suffice in the meantime.

This one looks so much tastier than this yummy guy I devoured a few months ago.

How many more photos do you need before I can eat this thing???

Hmm. Heads or tails? Maybe tails...

Nope! I'll just start with the head. Chomp.

Off with your tasty little head!

Your trusty Neighborhood Squirrel Watcher,

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Afternoon Stroll

With two other doggy siblings, it's often difficult to be able to spend some one-on-one time with Nina. When I was the only child, Nina took me everywhere, always. Now, we take turns going out with her shopping or running errands (because three's a crowd). I guess it's not so bad relaxing at home with a treat-filled Kong... But when I do get to go out, I have so much fun smelling new smells and meeting new people.

Pony was in town visiting from Florida and she and Nina took me out to Laurel St. in San Carlos.

There's a little park located in between the shops on Laurel. I was smelling all the dogs who had been there before but suddenly felt the urge to start digging. And because Nina's a party pooper, she dragged me away before I could cause any damage.

I wasn't happy.

We walked into the pet boutique, Bow Wow Meow.

Are you going to buy me anything???

A wall of toys! If I could take these home, it would be one of my biggest dreams come true.

I left with some of my favorite treats, which I will be sharing with a lucky reader in the next coming weeks. Stay tuned to find out how you can win!

Grrrr (stomach growling),

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Pretty in Pink

Bay Area weather is pretty bipolar. It's hot then cold, then hot and now it's cold again! Because the cold has returned, I had to wear my pink trench coat out on a walk at Point Isabel.

I got many looks and double-takes wearing this coat. As much as I like the attention and looking good, I need to wear coats and sweaters so I don't freeze my little derriere off. Right, short hair doxies? When it's cold outside, I shake and shiver without one.

Look! It's the Golden Gate Bridge!

la la la...

Point Isabel has a beautiful view of the San Francisco skyline.

Our next trip to Point Isabel has been planned for a warmer day and not at sunset. We will return on a day where I can get dirty and dig in the dirt to my heart's content. I hope the Bay Area starts to warm-up soon!