Sunday, March 19

Weekend Dog Blogging #26: Off Duty Dog

We've Found Another Use For All That Uneaten Hay

Attention Dog Lovers! It's time for Weekend Dog Blogging #26!
To see fun dog photos and discover yummy new food blogs, head over to
Sweetnicks on Sunday night for the complete roundup. Want to see more woofers? Check out the weekly Carnival Of The Dogs. And at The Friday Ark you'll find dozens of links to everything from canines to a common checkered skipper.


  1. Ha! When I first looked at this photo, I experienced an optical illusion. It looked like a hole in the hay, until my eyes adjusted, and the dog appeared!

  2. Okay Lindy,
    That's it. No more chicken tenders for you.

  3. LOLOLOL --- no illusion seeing eyes here.. that's da buddy bear enjoying a roll in the hay as it were....
    *considers that thought... that sounds wrong...*

    **coughs giggles and leaves it**

    Have a great evening....

  4. Now there's a dog who knows how to have fun. :)

  5. Oh man! He makes me want to go play with him!

  6. Hi Heather,

    Hi Cate,
    Lucky Buddy Bear excels at amusing himself--and us!

    Hi Sunidesus,
    He loves to play. He's such a fun and crazy dog. Very hyper. He knows (most of the time) that jumping on us is not allowed (which is difficult for him because that's how he gets the animals to move--jumps up at their front, as he's a "header"). Anyway, so instead of jumping on us he'll jump NEXT to us--straight up and look you in the eye. With a big grin on his face of course!


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