March 25, 2011 - Breakfast in Bed

And we wonder why Annie has a weight problem!

27 comments:

  1. What a life!!! When I die, I want to come back as one of your dogs!

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  2. I've heard they are dumb animals, I don't think so. We go to work everyday and leave them at home ...they don't cook.clean or do any chores..We give them the best medical care we don't give ourselves..All they have to do is give us weary eyes and we will kill you if you mistreat ours.So now tell me who is the dummy? :o)

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  3. Katie, when I die, I want to come back as one of my dogs!

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    Ginny, nothing dumb about Annie! She got the brains in that family, but Otto kind of got the short end of the stick. What he lacks in intelligence, he makes up in lovableness!

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  4. Aw, that's a cute picture! She looks so cozy. Can you say "spoiled rotten?" Just remember to spoil yourself once in a while too.

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  5. Annie? Spoiled? Alison, why would you even think that?

    Hahahahaha!

    Notice they both have their very own floor blankies. They are full sized fleece blankets, and the dogs know how to roll up in them. Usually their entire bodies are covered, but Annie poked her nose out just far enough to eat this morning. That girl never misses a meal, but I will NOT let her eat in MY bed! Well, maybe once or twice.

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  6. That's cute! Glad you baby them! lol!

    They're very lucky to have you!

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  7. Random, we're very lucky we have them!

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  8. awww! we spoil our cat. how could we not spoil our fur babies when they're so darn cute?!=)

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  9. And I thought MY dog was spoiled! LOL! That is just too cute...

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  10. "They know how to roll up in them." Amazing. Before I read the comments, I thought you staged Annie in the shot. How do they do the rolling? Tony

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  11. Spoiled, spoiled, spoiled....
    Lucky dog!
    :D

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  12. OH MY how spoiled! I shouldn't talk much, mine is wrapped under two blankets with a pillow, on the couch, because our weather took a nose dive. Dogs are so funny, but we people must be funnier.

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  13. Tony, both dogs have perfected their "bed roll"! They begin by nudging their noses under the edge, then kind of toss their heads up and down, working their way to the center. I can't explain just how they get so neatly rolled in after that, they just kind of turn and roll until it's done. By the time they finish, they're like two big blanket sausages! Sometimes there's a nose poking out, with a blanket fringe covering the eyes (that's how Annie looked until I came back in with the camera). Watching them come back out of the blankets can be quite hilarious!

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  14. Our malamute, Vladimir, would do that. He'd sit on the floor and bark at us until we pushed the food bowl between his legs. He never once stood up to eat.

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  15. Ribbit, Annie doesn't usually get fed when she's wrapped in her blanket, but no matter where she eats, she eats lying down.

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  16. There for a moment when I saw your headline, I actually thought you were taking it easy on a Friday morning. Should have known better!

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  17. Looks like they are sufficiently spoiled. Ahhh, we love our pups!
    ~~Lori

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  18. Oh my! How adorable!! Looks like a hard life. Haha!

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  19. Did you spoil your kids as much as you spoil your dogs?

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  20. Amy, if you're MY Amy, I don't have to answer that! If you're NOT my Amy, the answer is yes.

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  21. What KatieLovesDogs said. :)

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  22. Annie's Granny, Thanks for the rolling info. I find it amazing and amusing. True sausage dogs!

    Now, wouldn't it be cool to apply all that intelligence to... say, keeping the birds off the little lettuce seedlings? Tony

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  23. Tony, unfortunately they kept the baby quail out of the garden last year...by eating them! I was so upset. Now I keep the dogs out of the garden, and net the lettuce, but they're still pretty good at scaring the squirrels away.

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  24. I have a hard time with getting my carrots to a nice size. I was wondering what is a carrot seed bed? If it can help, I could use any help. I do grow the shorter carrots in my raised beds, but my soil is not too good since I'm still working to build soil.

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