New topic. We are all anxiously awaiting for Spring’s arrival. Although we lose an hour of sleep this weekend, it’s so worth it. Speaking of daylight savings time. The boys are on a strict feeding schedule due to House having a little issue with his tummy. I say strict because if your even five minutes late Hardy will let it be known to any human that’s in the house with him. He’s has a habit of letting you know about an hour early that his feeding time is coming up. I’m “hoping” that the time change will put him back on track.
Have you ever wondered what dogs really know? We teach them all sorts of tricks, but do you think they know more? I could study their behavior all day.
A little over a month ago the boys were introduced to a toy box. We thoroughly showed them how to take the toys out and then how to return them. They’ve adjusted well to the new box, but Mommy is still picking up the toys at the end of the day. I’m sure more homemade treats will do the trick. Another positive is that I’m not tripping on the toys anymore.
We’ve started a countdown as to when Spring arrives. Looking forward to the long walks and actually being able to stay outside with them longer than five minutes before freezing.
As I adjust myself in my office chair I discovered that I have two of my boys sleeping underneath my work station. Time to end my day.
Do you ever wonder what life is like as seen through their eyes?
They don’t have the normal worries like we do. Hurricanes and blizzards. Elevating gas and grocery bills. Or politics and unemployment. Or do they? Dogs can sense when their owner(s) are stressed. Maybe they look above all of that and comfort us with a handshake. It could be their way of telling us that everything will be okay. All while their tail is wagging.
I took this photo of Disco yesterday morning as the sun was coming up. He was laying on the couch enjoying every moment of it. He appears not to have a worry in the world. Or perhaps he has mastered the way of not letting the worries of the world get in the way of his day.