Friday, 30 July 2010

It's not just any's M&S chicken

I was having a lovely sleep yesterday when I was woken up by the aroma of hot roast chicken. My nose was twitching and then the drooling started. Then low and behold the chicken was just there on the counter top and it must have been for me (musn't it?), so I jumped up and grabbed it.

The next thing I know there is shouting and I am being chased for MY chicken! Apparently it was C's mum's chicken, whoops! C got it off me and I didn't want to give it up, but it wasn't all bad as I got it for my dinner later on.

I was sure it was for me...

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Beaten my own glove eating record!

Well I am very proud to announce that I have a new personal best of how long a glove can sit in my tummy before it comes back up....drum roll please....13 days! This is only my second attempt, but it is a big improvement on just 10 days last time.

I wonder what else is swimming around in there....?

You never know what you might find to eat....

I just wanted to play with the guinea-pigs...honest!

L & C took me out for a great day on Sunday. I had no idea where we were going so was very excited when the car stopped and my mate Dan the labrador came running over for a play.
I then spotted Dan's seven week old puppies. There are seven of them and they were relaxing in the garden after having their lunch. L was holding one of the boys that needs a home, but C said we don't have room and eventually prized him away from her. To be honest they weren't as much fun as bigger dogs so I went off exploring.

We all then jumped back in the car and went to a BBQ hosted by R & E. I met Sky the pomapoo who was itching to meet me, but I think my size put her off a bit.

L & C unclipped my lead so I had a mooch around the garden and came across Elvis and Toffee the guinea-pigs. They were trapped in a large run and they told me they wanted to get out so I hatched an escape plan. This involved me sticking my whole head under the wire and into the run. I was just about to set them free when I felt a yank from behind and I was swiftly removed from the area by C. I just wanted to play with them!

A picture of innocence...

When the guinea-pigs went home to their hutch later, I was allowed off lead and managed to snaffle more food (I had already had sausages and a burger) and had a nice glug of water from the swimming pool. A very enjoyable day all in all.

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Meet my mate Antony

I would like to introduce you to my mate Antony who I met up on Crosby beach in Liverpool. I have to say he is a man of few words and he didn't even flinch when I did an emergency stop in front of him and showered him in sand.

The beach was gorgeous and so very sandy (unlike the beach at home).

I did manage to get quite a lot of the beach on me... L was grumbling for days after that she was still finding sand in my crate.

Labradoodle Trust Fun Dog Show 2010

I had a woof-tastic day on Saturday at the Labradoodle Trust fun dog show. It was down in the New Forest and there were loads of doodles there. It was a really, really hot day and I was wearing my new Cool-It bandana. L soaked it in water and it expanded like a rubber ring...magic!

I went in for the Best Short Coat and Waggiest Tail novelty classes, but alas I did not win a rosette. In Best Short Coat I was up against a cheeky Jack Russell/Patterdale Terrier cross who won first prize. Then I wagged my tail as hard as I could, but I must have been in a blind spot for the judge as I didn't win (I was definately the waggiest!).

I then took C round the obstacle course and for our first go we were quite good. I wasn't too sure about the ramp and the tunnel, though when C stuck her head in the other end of the tunnel to encourage me I made it through. It was a piece of cake really....!