THE WINNER OF THE TREAT CONTEST IS ANNOUNCED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST.
First, let me say that I did not get the flu. WOOHOO! My Hunny and son both had it and it has passed. I want you all to feel very sorry for me, trapped in the house with two flu-sick men for a week. In fact, the first video is not dog related at all. That’s right – I’m kicking off Funny Bone Monday with the man cold video, one of my all-time favorites.
Poor little bunny. See what I had to endure for a week? It was worse than any flu.
And then the pair of almost well boys left for a camping weekend with the Boy Scouts. They did not take the dogs. It was a big Mountain Man rendezvous, complete with big beards and little boys. When we camp separately from scouts, though, the dogs come with us. They sleep in the tents and everything. That said, with spring on the horizon, I thought the following video, how to take dogs camping, would be appropriate. Especially since we’ve been camping around people who haven’t the slightest idea how to camp well with dogs. Watch and learn.
And if that doesn’t work, maybe this next video will.
See? Either way, your dogs are good campers.
This next takes place while someone is camping. Someone please ‘splain to me why dogs do this. Pretty sure the dog likes what’s happening.
This next one – holy crap. When the park ranger says not to leave food in your car, he means it. Especially if it’s a convertible.
At least the bear pooped on the asphalt. Still. Didn’t poop in the woods.
I almost didn’t add this next one, but seeing Loki drag Chacha around by the tail made me laugh out loud.
Last video. Petey the Dog chases bears. Does he catch them? Let’s see …
Isn’t he a pretty dog? Nearly as pretty as my friend Kate’s dog, George.
Speaking of Kate, she entered the giveaway last week. Sadly, Kate did not win. But Laura M did! Congratulations, Laura M! Please email me (flea @ jonesnaturalchews dot com) with your mailing address and those bones will be on their way to your Dexter and Daisy! I know they’ll love the 7″ natural center bones.
And thanks everyone for responding to Honey and her nighttime trembling! It seems as though it is likely that Honey is responding to the presence of a predator in the trees at night. Mama and Honey, while walking on Friday morning, saw a huge barred owl in a tree near the house. It’s quite probable that this is what Honey is responding to. Mama will be talking to the vet this week when she brings Honey in, in case it is something physical, so I’ll be letting you know if it is something more than the owl. Thanks everyone!
And that’s it! I will continue not to have the flu. Hunny goes back to work (hooray!). Man cub gets back to his school work. My own Petey continues to be the cutest duck in existence. And you all will have a glorious Monday!
Until I write again …