I have not done this blog for a long time because I am very lazy.
Here are some pictures that you have probably been waiting for. This is Patrick. I am in the photo too.
This is me and Olive. I am asking her to play.
Haha. Guess who is up the tree? FATTY!
This is Mona on the bench looking peaceful.
It has been snowing round here. Yesterday there was a "dusting" when we were at the park in the morning then there was a lot more.
This is Oliver with his festive-season bandana which is something I do not have. You can get one from with your name on. (Greymuzzle.org) I would like one, but I have just got bells.
White is the color of snow, so here are some white dogs, including Olive and Jasper and Donna who is sort of white.
Actually she is sort of not-white.
This is what it looks like round here.
So is this.
I hope you are having a super December.
ps Poor Enzo has hurt his leg and cannot come to the park for two months. I think he will be bored at home.
pss I was given a good book about food for dogs called The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook. It has a lot of pictures of dogs in it. And how to cook things.
Buster, it looks as though you'll have a white Christmas! Ensure your Mum reads the cookbook perhaps that would lead to something extra special under the tree for you!ReplyDelete
Where are your boots Buster? watch that Mr Frost-bite.
You and your friends look like you are enjoying the snow! Happy Happy Christmas dear Buster, and, do let me know the name of Patrick's hairdresser. I shall make an appointment.
Haha. Patrick looks like a GIANT dog in the first picture. Fun. I'm glad you took a moment out of your busy day to let us see how things are with your friends at the dog park and the big city where you live. All the white dogs make the think someone is making some money washing pooches. You all look very spiffy. Merry Christmas to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family, Buster. Buddy and Button will have their friend Dixie staying with us over Christmas. The more dogs the better, right? Good to see you having fun with your friends.ReplyDelete
woofetty woof, looks like your tiny head coming out of Patrick's neck and I laugh a lot, you have good chums. I went to the lady who pokes her finger in my bum. It was not nice for me but she was glad to find nothing wrong with me.ReplyDelete
Have a happy crimble time, I am going to bet a biscuit now, I will think about you.
It's great to see this report of what you and your friends have been doing. We have missed these reports.
My brother is a big fan of you and your friends, and asked me if I knew what was going on. He also wanted to know about Fatty.
So...this post is great. The only problem is that my brother (who has two legs) is on Christmas holiday now and doesn't have a computer at home. He can't see this great bunch of pictures. I will just have to fill him in. I think that I might be what is called a go between.
Best Christmas wishes! (A bell is enough.)
awwwwwwwwww Buster so happy to see you and your friends.ReplyDelete
Soon you will have to wear your snow boots and a scarf !
I am like Enzo. I have hurt my knee and am very unhappy. It is too late for special socks for me. It is especially nice to see that Fatty has put in a Christmastime appearance. Your park looks like a lot of fun. Wish I could be there. Love, Ozzy The Poodle in Pa.ReplyDelete
All my favourite pups having a good time in the snow. We have a lot more snow here and it is really cold but we have the fire going to stay warm. I am sure Santa will be good to you because you have all been good this year so enjoy your treats - and say hi to Knutty for me. Missed him in your pictures this time. Merry Christmas to everyone!!ReplyDelete
So funny, Buster, just I see these pictures I did the same question of Rose: " Where are your boots Buster?" I remember last winter you used blue boots, right?ReplyDelete
Looks like you and your friends had a great time enjoying the snow. Love always seeing your pictures! You are a lucky boy, your dear Mom take you always to the park!
Sending a big hug to poor Enzo.
Sounds the book "The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook: 100 Easy, Healthy Recipes for Dogs and Humans" is very good.
Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year. :)
Hi Buster! I was worried when I didn't hear from you! we have snow here too. i play in the back yard with my friend, Sadie, who is a Porkie. I go to a dog park here sometimes, but not a lot.ReplyDelete
You photobombed Patrick!ReplyDelete
Have a yummy, treat-filled holiday.
Love from Ramses
Buster, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas, maybe with some gourmet doggy dishes? it's so hot here, all Bruce has done is lie in front of the fan!