Aloha everyPup and everyHooman! Are you all ok?
Yes, yes, I know, I've been away. Of course it's my hoomans fault, no doubt about it. Given that they're always excusing their absence with that-horrible-thing-called-work, I've decided to put my paws into the matter. The thing is that I realized that it's amazingly hard to use a computer when you have furry paws like I do. Computers are not dog things... plus, I can't catch it with my mouth! What good is a computer if you can't retrieve it?!
Well, anyway, I've been having my fun. We've been having a rough winter around here, so, I got used to sleep with a little doggie blanket. When I was a pup I used to eat them, but now it feels good and confy, so... :)
The weather isn't helping and we've been failing to get The Golden Gang together again.
Somehow, with my cute face - that I've learned to intensify in the weekends - I've been managing to convince my hoomans to take me to the beach. I love to swim and play in the ocean (even in Winter), but I hate the bath part afterwards. I'm so sorry that I don't have any good picture of us at the beach, but here's what my groovy hoomans got before it started to rain (again)...
I have a new friend! His name is Balu and he is a 9 month old black Labrador. I just love to play with him in the garden in front of my house. We look like two retrieving maniacs. Balu is a great jumper! I always end up completely pooped out when I play with him. Here's a photo for you to meet him... it's not a good one. With cute dogs like us, don't you think hoomans around us always should carry magnificent cameras instead of blurry phones?? :)
Well, after all this, I have to ask you everypuppy for some advice.
The thing is that I think my hoomans are going mad! here's the thing: they are convinced that I can't jump to the trunk of one of our cars (the one I usually travel in). They always carried me when I was a pup, so I kinda got used NOT TO jump. So, now it seems like I am incapable of doing it. The car is not that high... They've tried everything: treats, jumping in to see if I follow them, making me leap after running towards the car... nothing seems to work. Well, I'm pretty heavy now and they have to put my front paws first and then pull my back paws in... they're afraid that won't be good for my legs! Any help, people? Any advices?
I'll start posting more often from now on (and with nice pictures)!
PS: I'm so sorry Carla forgot to put my pictures in this post... Is there any obedience school where we can train our hoomans?!