Salt and Pepper

Monday, June 12, 2006


Well, at least some critters can get along and don't need to be dragged out of trees.

12 comments:

Skookumchuk said...

We soon may get a dog. It will be interesting to see how The Queen of the Universe reacts.

ex-democrat said...

which one's salt ? ;-)

Syl said...

Kind of picture it's soooo nice to wake up to!

David Thomson said...

Dogs are nice. However, they must learn that cats rule the world. This is how it works: human beings dominate the canine community---and felines boss us around. Dogs, are at best, third down on the totem pole.

Buddy Larsen said...

Great Pyrenees, right?

Knucklehead said...

Buddy,

Since you can only see her ankles I can't fathom how you arrived at that conclusion. Do tell.

terrye said...

I used to have a hound dog named 'no stubby bad dog'. No kidding, no stubby bad dog became his name because he heard it so much. He was a gift.

One Christmas I was milking cows and another dairy farmer showed up in my milk parlor with a hound dog pup wearing a red ribbon around its neck. The farmer handed me the dog and said "Merry Christmas" turned and walked out the door. With me screaming "Come back here you sob I don't need another mut".

I kept the dog and his best friend was a barn cat named Tabby. They slept together every night. It was the damndest thing.

Buddy Larsen said...

The shadows, man, those two shadows!

Buddy Larsen said...

Raised 'em for years, as herd dogs. Deep barking = scared coyotes.

Knucklehead said...

Got it, Buddy. Excellent observational skills, BTW. Nuttin' that exotic. Just your garden variety "white golden".

Skookumchuk said...

buddy:

Did ya burn out two vacuum cleaners a year from all the shedding? Beautiful dogs, though. Gorgeous. Probably too big and active for my current life. And do they barque in Basque, that's what I wanna know?

I don't know what I want. A mutt consisting of black lab or golden plus whatever would be fine, though I could also buy a '48 Chrysler Town and Country and some tweeds and a pair of these.

Buddy Larsen said...

Har! ...and to think I forwent using a pun on barking herd dogs as "heard" dogs. As a pun, I thought it too low. But then I read about barquing in Basque. Thanks--misery loves company!