Thursday, January 23, 2020

P is for park - P is for Pinecones

Oh boy - Mom took us somewhere new today - it is called the Doggie Park and all over the ground were these awesome toys that Mom called pine cones and WE LOVE them pine cones. (Dont worry - Mom made sure we didn't eat them - just played with them) They are all crunchy and roll around when you pounce them. We was a bit disappointed that there were no other other doggies to say hello to but we had a great time running around. But guess what else we got to see - guess guess guess - they are small furry creatures that Mom called squirrels. I the Remi dog wasn't very interested in them but Kenzie went into 'pointer dog' mode when he saw one, he just stood absolutely still with one foot up in the air - he is such a dufuss.

Nom nom nom
Crunch crunch crunch
Nom Nom Crunch
SQUIRREL - point point point
More crunch crunch
Kenzie blends into the background

12 comments:

  1. Awwww, those look like the big pinecones on the mountain in Alabama! You'll have to get your mom to take you over to the lake sometime. Maybe when it's hot in Florida, I hear there are some air conditioning vents perfect for sheltie tummies over there.

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  2. Kenzie is so cute in his alert stance! Glad he's learning about squirrels. We would love to crunch on those pine cones, too! Such fun.

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  3. Those are ginormous pine cones! Looks like you two had fun even without other pups there.

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  4. It looks like you two cuties were having a good time at the park. Maybe someday you will make new friends there too.

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  5. OMD! How FABulous boyz! I've never munched on those befores, butts I will keep my eye out on my walkies. Oh you gots to keeps your eyes peeled for those tree rats! they might look cute and fuzzy and harmless, butts they are NOT! Trust me on this! Kenie, keeps up the good work my furiend....next lesson is chasin' the little buggers!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  6. Those pinecones do look like fun to roll around!

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  7. wow you have super big pinecones... ours are tiny LOL

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  8. Hari OM
    BOL... oh you too are discovering so much in these early days... what fun!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  9. Pine cones and squirrels. AWESOME.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  10. What a beautiful pine cone you found, Remi. It looks quite tasty and it won't be long before you'll be chasing after those stoopid squirrels, Kenzie!

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  11. We have pine cones too, but not that size. I would think a dog park might be a place a squirrel would not want to visit. Unless those squirrels get their jollies by throwing those gigantic pine cones at the doggies! Have fun, pups, but be careful!

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  12. Keltic can't believe you didn't chase those nasty squirrels. They're the enemy. My first Sheltie was named Duffy. Did you know the word "duff" is also used to refer collectively to all the stuff on the forest floor? Like pine cones, needles, leaves. That's where I got his name, he was a sable Sheltie too.

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