Doggins. I love my doggins.

It feels like it’s been many moons since I’ve taken pictures of my doggins.  And that’s because it has been months (count one, two) since I have.  And here’s my train of excuses:

  • The light is bad in the house.
  • April’s two-week rain kept us from using the backyard for four weeks.
  • It got hot.
  • It got cold.
  • The hubs tore down part of our deck.
  • It got hot again.
  • The hubs tore down the fencing.
  • There’s no fence, yo.  Try keeping a deaf dog in a yard that isn’t fenced.

Actually, there is a way to keep the BDD in a yard that isn’t fenced.  It’s called a ball and tossing it 57 times for her to fetch.  So after our much needed exercise last night, I tempted the doggins with doggin cookies and snapped a few.

You guys being the caring, kind folks of the interweb, I thought you’d like to know the BDD and The One That Can Hear are alive and well.  And who doesn’t love the BDD?

That’s rhetorical.


Gimme the cookie, Food Lady.

Food Lady, I want that cookie.  Gimme that cookie.

Hi. Hi. Hi.

Food Lady, look at me.  I’m a good dog.  I’m sitting.  And waiting.  Look at me.  I need the cookie.  Gimme the cookie.

So happy.


*so happy*

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May 26, 2011 - 10:11 am


That is all.

May 26, 2011 - 4:55 pm

Rachel - Awesome. You know, if you have problems with next week’s photo challenge – you can always come take photos of Buster. He is nice and brown. :)

May 27, 2011 - 1:51 pm

katie o. - I love your doggins. And I have missed them. I think I need to meet them. Just sayin’.

May 29, 2011 - 5:39 pm

Brooke - They’d lick you to death, love on you, snuggle you, fight over you, make you feel like you’re the only person in the world they love. Until someone new walked in but you meeting them requires a trip to Derby City because the BDD doesn’t travel more than 5 miles away from home. My ears can’t bear another mile. Come on up!

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