While several members of The Herd are quite adept at hunting skills, at least one seems to have missed that day in Siberian training.
Whether stalking prey or defending turf, it is important to look tough. For Typhoon, that requires lots of practice. How do you rate his success?
Frankie and Cheoah are responsible for keeping the young Typhoon out of messes, but that is difficult when a certain pup is always on the edge of trouble.
The humans have finally decided to do something with the bonus room space over the garage. Of course, that means we have to choose colors for the room. Who better to help than Typhoon?
Hu-dad’s study is at the front of the house with a view of the driveway and front door, a perfect spot for watching for a delivery.
As any of you in multiple canine households know, saving room for the humans on the couch is a rarity. So imagine the hu-dad’s surprise when he walked into the bedroom to discover that Qannik had saved his reading spot for a last chapter or two before bed.
As we have mentioned before, Sibe Quentin extends from the back of the house into the field. We have a large, secure area to enjoy our mountain weather, but, amazingly, the humans built a “no-dog” zone right in the middle of our yard. Yep, they have their own door in and out of the house to a patio with seating. For some odd reason, they thought it might be more relaxing to have an outdoor grilling and eating area without us. The nerve.
Anyway, this outdoor area also includes a grill. A grill in a fenced-in area surrounded by us. Oh, my, that is what we mean by a grilling distraction. And the hu-dad cranked it up for the first time this season.
We have often told you about how the senior girls – Natasha and Kiska – are in charge of security. But that leaves the question as to the role of the male senior, the Super Q-Tip. As always, pictures are the best way to explain things around Chez Herd.
Our weather yesterday was cold, windy and rainy – with a little sleet and snow mixed in just for fun. We wanted things to either get warmer and drier, or the temperatures drop and give us snow. Either way, we expected the hu-dad to do something about it.
With our RV weekend over, we had to return to our regular working duties. We are, after all, a working breed. Our primary task is the supervision of the hu-dad while he does busyness at his desk. And, of course, we have a supervisor’s chair.