That goofy dog spends more time on his back. I love the 5th one up from the bottom - with his ears flying and the whites of his eyes showing. He looks crazed...
What a silly boy! How do you end up with so many CUTE animals?
He's like a dang toddler -- Always moving and on the verge of danger. First the foam and now the rope. You must be exhausted keeping up with him!
OMG this is one of the most adorable photo sequences I've ever seen. Amazing how much laughter this beagle baby brings to a NY City girl. Thanks to you both!
Bert does seem to keep himself entertained (and be quite entertaining, too!) doesn't he? He is one amazing pup! I think you and Hunky Farm Guy were just as lucky as Bert to find each other!Give Bert a nuzzle from all of us! (and thanks for sharing your pix.)
doggies know what is fun!
Is he thinking his name is "No" yet?
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