Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Exploring the Neighborhood

Hey Pups,

This morning, Dad was looking at That Pet Place's holiday catalog while eating breakfast. He told Mom they should buy me a $200 GPS tag to hang on my collar. That way, they would be able to find me. The device will even send Dad a text message on his phone or send an email to the computer so Mom can tell him over the phone where to look for me. What great extents these bipeds will go to in order to ruin a dog's fun. Mom said he jinxed them by talking about a GPS dog tag this morning...

Dad got off work around 1 today. His company usually closes early before a holiday and today was no exception. He picked up the little biped from the sitter and they came home. We three dogs went outside while the little biped had quiet time on the downstairs couch and Dad downloaded Windows updates and anti-virus updates on the computer. After I while, Meadow started to dig a hole. She dug and dug until her hole was big enough to squeeze under the fence. When she did that, Canyon and I started barking to get Dad's attention. He came out to see what the problem was. By this time, Meadow was no where in sight. Dad asked me where she went and I jumped against the fence to show him the direction she had ran (Mom said later that it was a classic Lassie-move - over there, Timmy!). Dad called Mom to tell her what happened and ask her to head home from work so she would be able to watch the little biped while he looked. Dad brought us in, got the little biped and put her in the car. Off they went looking. A few minutes later, they came back on their way the other direction and Dad saw Meadow in the neighbor's yard chasing a bird. He pulled in the driveway and jumped out of the car. He called to Meadow and invited her to go for a ride. She ran around the yard for few minutes and teased Dad, but after a few laps around the yard, she gave in and jumped in the car. Dad reached in the car and snapped a leash on her.

Total exploration time - less than 10 minutes. Chasing birds - priceless.

Meadow, you certainly don't know how to behave like a husky if that's all the time you're going to spend running. I need to teach you some lessons. So next time, dig a deeper hole because you weigh less than 40 pounds and I weigh more than 80 pounds. I'll go with you and teach you how to run.

Kisses, Sky Boy

12 woo woos:

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Woo sooooo need to have THE talk with Meadow!

She khan't be skharing my mom and all the other SMS's moms like that!

Just another thing to be thankful for!


The Army of Four said...

Meadow, dear sweet Meadow. Trying your humans' patience, testing them, driving them insane is good. Running off where you could get lost or hurt - that's NOT good! No more! Please promise us!
Tail wags,

River said...

Meadow, be careful girl! Wait for Sky Boy next time. It's a scary world out there all by yourself.

love & wags,

Randi Lyn A. said...

Meadow, we are very glad woo did not get hurt. WOO sure are adding to your HULA cred, eh? Way to freak out the humans!!

WOOOOO woo rar rar rar,
Kayla and Maebe

Princess Eva and Brice said...

Chasing birds is priceless (especially if you catch them) but the worry that you can cause your mom and dad is not worth it. It's close but not quite there.

Princess Eva

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

Happy Turkey Day. Hope you have a wonderful one with family and friends..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Kathryn and Ari said...

Hi, Pack!
Just stopped by to wish you a happy Thanksgiving.

Cyber-sibes said...

Woos, Meadow,
ha-roo roo roo, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do, right? Digging is fun, chasing birds is fun, but running off can be furry dangerous, best to do the fun things right there at home! we're furry glad woo are ok.

Wooos & aroos,
Star & Jack a-roo

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

No, no, no! Meadow, don't dig out! Stay home where it's safe. Don't listen to Sky!


The Husky in the Window said...

Oh Meadow, don't do that again. Your mom and dad and the little biped were upset enough this time. Stay home!
Husky Hugs, MayaMarie

The Thundering Herd said...

Exploring is fun, but glad everyone is safe and sound.

Thor and Marco Polo and 3 Kats said...

WOO WOO Meadow

You need to listen to your friends! It's a bad bad idea to dig under the fence. It just makes our Mommies and Daddies anxious and worried. Something bad could happen! You need to stay home!

Thor and Marco Polo