Tuiren Tuesday


Whenever me and Fenris see anything interesting we run to the fence and observe it.

We watch carefully to see if we needs to alert Mommy by barking. This is a very important decision. You mustn't bark too often are you annoy the people, but you wants to warn them of danger. Most of the time barking is NOT required.

After we determine there is no need to bark we come back and sit on the porch where it is comfortable.

We were eating when we saw the..................oh yeah I am not suppose to tell you what we saw. Fenris wants to tell you Friday and I agreed to let him.

I am trying to decide if I wants to eat the rest of my supper. It's only dogfood, nothing special.

I prefers it when Mommy gives us table scrapes or at least CANNED dogfood. I do not likes the dry stuff that much.

Running around checking things out is very thirsty work.

I am being brave and drinking out of our water bowl. Mommy just filled it up and I don't like the way it gurgles at you when you drinks.

But I do likes the fact that it holds lots of water. I gets really thirsty helping Fenris guard everything. ~Tuiren, reporting for ATCAD

Fenris Friday ~ What me and Tuiren Saw

12 comments:

  1. You're so right about the barking, T. It's a delicate balance between doing your job and being a pain in the pants. I am also afraid of my water bowl. It doesn't gurgle, but it scares me anyway...

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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    1. Good morning Cupcake, I am so glad you could stop by. ~Tuiren

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  2. you seem to have barking down to a science! Could you teach ME when to give it a break? Barks and licks and love, Dakota

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  3. You sound like a smarty. I miss having a dog barking , I always felt safe with Katie around. Maybe someday we will get another.

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  4. My sister's dog barks any time she hears or sees something outside. While it makes my sister feel safe, it's really annoying. You are a smart dog :)

    You tease--make us wait until Friday!

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  5. We were apprehensive of that gurgle for awhile but now we don't pay any mnd to it. Yes, the barking decision is rough. We tend to err on the noisy side.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  6. Lightning is the barker here. He lets the whole world know if someone is out on our street who doesn't live here:) Ciara just wants to meet and greet everyone.

    If that food bowl were here, it would be devoured in 15 seconds or less - we aren't too picky about what's in it as long as we get a tidbit from the human dinner at some point.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  7. Isn't it funny what they find alarming? My pug is terrified of the garbage can right now (and I still don't know why!). @JeanDion from Welcome to the Menagerie

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  8. Oh Tui you and Fenris work about as hard as Millie and I. Your pawrents are very lucky to have you two around.

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  9. Yard guard duty is what I call that job...and I am one of those annoying barkers...according to growlmy anyways. Hey, I have to let them know of any branches that fell off the tree, or the tricycle next door being too close to our fence and the trash can being moved...and...and...well, then I really do have things to alert, I get ignored...like the boy who cred wolf too many times...sheesh!

    Growlmy wishes I was wiser and more discriminate about my barking habits.like you, such a good example!

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  10. Dogs can be so funny sometimes.

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  11. You have a great security plan for your yard! I like that you don't bark to annoy people. Can't blame you one bit for liking the wet food better. My kitties prefer wet food too.

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