I finks you are a pawsome teacher Fenris....those squirrels do need serious watching!Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Fenris you are doing a great job of keeping your family safe. Millie is quite the watcher too and is the first to bark at any perceived danger.
I have to say that these photos look as if you are in a magical trance! Guarding well.
Sounds like you are a great squirrel watcher and guard doggy, Fenris!xoxo,Jakey, Arty & Rosy
You do a fangtastic job of Squirrel Patrol, Fenris. To Bark or Not to Bark... those are the questions.
We have been on Squirrel Watch a lot this week - those darn tree rats are everywhere!!! And they get up in the trees and jabber jaw at us. We do BARK at them.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
You're a great teacher, Fenris, and so patient ! Purrs
People do NOT belong in your yard, but wildlife does! Well done, Fenris!
I was not aware of these barking rules, F. My rule of thumb is when in doubt - bark. Ask questions later. Yes. I bark at flies and leaves and the buzzer for the clothes dryer and.... pretty much anything.Love and licks,Cupcake
Oh Cupcake, you has a lot to learn. I hardly ever bark. ~FenrisGood thing because when he does bark it is very LOUD. ~Mom
MJF used to be a master barker...but his deafness has quieted him down, BOL! The silver lining no doubt...Dalton so far is a barker when he feels the need to alert. Mostly at pawppy...sheesh, we do hope he gets more trusting with pawppy...though slowly, slowly he is.Keep up the good bark-guard work Fenris:)
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