*headdesk, headdesk, headdesk*
How is this even possible?! Even worse, I have undeniable proof that Mother Nature hates me, and only me: I drove to the pet supply store 20 blocks North of me – no snow. The grocery store 15 blocks South of me – no snow! Meanwhile, back at the ranch …. snowsnowsnowsnowsnow and then it snowed summore.
But the dogs still gotta run. So we went to Monkey Tree Park. The first dogs we saw?
But Woo did not care. He was too busy looking for Spring.
I’m sure I just saw it somewhere. Maybe it’s down here.
Get lost, Rudy. If I find it, it’s mine, and I’m not sharing.
I said f&*k off! It’s mine!
Can’t really blame Noodles for his foul mood and confusion though!
Why hello there, pretty Spring day. Why don’t you come up and see me some time?
Yesterday was gorgeous, sunny and almost kinda warm.
If you had told Luna that it was going to snow the next day, she would’ve taken this big stick and given your ass a beat down!
But Luna is dope-ass crazy. Word.
Jenn would have been !!SHOCKED!!
And Piper would have been angry.
And Tweed would’ve been … well, he probably wouldn’t have been listening, actually. He’s vain and would be checking out his own reflection in a tidepool.
I wouldn’t have believed it either.
Sarah over at Food For Founder is fostering one helluva fella called Pepper. He is a 9ish year old border collie with a serious fetch obsession. And he is bee-yoo-ti-ful!
We need more Sarahs! So if you are a border collie owner in the Vancouver area, think about fostering for TDBCR! We need experienced herding dog owners (or owners of other active dogs) who can open their homes to a wayward collie in need of a place to stay. We cover all the veterinary costs, and do most of the work when it’s time to adopt your houseguest to a new home.
Want to learn more? Visit our website, and drop us a line. We’ll send you a fostering application form.