A team of misbehaving Siberian Huskies, known as The Thundering Herd for the sound as they approach, and their hapless humans.
Today's Thundering Herd Story
We know everyone will sympathize with poor Typhoon’s plight. He asked to go out to the yard and our cruel Hu-Dad didn’t tell him it had rained and the grass was wet. He would have to get his feety-feet wet! The horror! The Royal Look Of Scorn sums things up perfectly. You may now share your messages of sympathy with the Little Prince.Read Full Story
This Week's Thundering Herd Special Features
Weekly thoughts from our Hu-Dad with the latest updates on his writing projects, the books he's reading, and a gratuitous dog photo of us.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,500 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
This Past Week's Thundering Herd Stories
Bestest buds Roscoe P. and His Royal Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey chase each other an estimated eleventy-seven bazillion times a day (according to Hu-Dad). Once again, you see Roscoe racing around his pal in his best attempt to spark a new game. The question, though, is did it work? Click for the answer.
Hu-Dad thought all the canines were sleeping soundly, so he snuck out of his study to take an unauthorized break from his busyness. His Royal Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey doesn’t tolerate such shenanigans and followed the Hu-Dad to find out what he was doing. Busted.
Frankie Suave doesn’t ask for much. Breakfast and dinner with snacks in between. Two walks a day. Sufficient ear scratches and belly rubs. Part of the human bed at night. And not having to stay outside too long when it’s hot and humid. That last part seems to be a problem as he’s waiting on a little help here.
The Trouble Brothers were up to their usual antics last night. Here, Roscoe raced past the Hu-Dad to catch up with some chaos Typhoon stirred up. Like best friends Jim Nightshade and William Halloway in Ray Bradbury’s classic tale, those two go everywhere together. So, with a nod to the great Mr. Bradbury, let’s call this Something Mischievous This Way Comes.
The games around Chez Herd take top priority. Well, after eating, sleeping, and sufficient ear scritches. One of us being serious, though, gets the Hu-Dad’s attention. When it’s Typhoon being busy, Hu-Dad really wonders. P.S. – Don’t worry. This turned out to be a sneak attack on Roscoe, so it’s just being serious about games.
Yes, we all have many nicknames and receive new ones quite frequently. Typhoon and Roscoe earn many as a team because they are always together and up to something. Their latest titles—Pee and Repee—can best be explained with photography, so can you guess the next one? Click to see if your answer is correct.