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In a comment to yesterday’s post, Suka asked, “Who is the poor pup in the cage in the background?”
On the right is Kiska and on the left you can just barely see Natasha’s paw. You can see them much more clearly in this picture (Yes, those are our Diggler Scooters you see propped up against the crates):
Don’t think they have been singled out. You will notice in the picture below that Cheoah and Qannik are also in their crates:
So what is everyone doing? They are chewing on their Bully Sticks.
But why oh why are Natasha, Kiska, Qannik and Cheoah in their crates and Kodiak and Rusty are not? Simple answer. Kodiak and Rusty can be trusted not to try to take a Bully Stick from anyone else. Everyone else – well, the trust is not there. So to avoid even the potential of a squabble over the Bully Sticks, everyone is in their crates.
I took lots and lots of pictures of The Herd chewing their sticks so I could show you how good they are. But every one of them is blurry. Sigh. The best picture I got was this over head shot of Natasha:
And why an aerial view? Notice in the second picture of this post that Natasha has her back to the room. That is because she took her stick and then protected it by turning her back to everyone.
The Herd loves their Bully Sticks!
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Lots of snow, lots of rain, muddy roads, four-wheel drive, and an open jeep window. This is when a dog should not hold their head out of the window, as demonstrated by Natasha and Kodiak as they show off their Mud Freckles.