Siberian Husky translation by novelist D. K. Wall
A stick? Why think small?
I would have broken that log up into a bazillion shavings and traded each piece for a treat! I do that will big sticks from the yard and keep a convenient stash of twigs next to the dog door for when I want a little trade treat.
You can have that gnawed down to a toothpick in no time.
That’s very ambitious!
Those are some lofty ambitions!
Yep, that looks about right. 🙂
You go after the BIG ones huh? 🙂
That’s the ticket Qannik, don’t be constrained by what others think!
How on earth are you gonna get your mouth around that one!!??
thats a stick fur el’bow
El’bow & Hauwii
I like the way you think Qannik! You’ll have that whittled down to toothpick size in no time, is my bet!
Maybe he is trying to lighten the load for the hu-Dad by taking care of this big one.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
I’m sure Brice is proud of your thinking big!
I bet woo have high hopes too!
PeeEssWoo: I bet the hu-dad would like to use that stikhk to take khare of the stuff work has left him!
“to play fetch or to use as a pillow??? i can’t decide!!!!” 🙂
great photo made me smile
Go big or go home!!!! 🙂
So very ambitious, Qannik!
We had a dog who used a wheelchair for the last year or so of her life, and she used to carry a piece of firewood to the house at the end of every walk (while in a wheelchair). She was simply amazing.
That would give everyone good excercise in a rousing game of fetch. It is plain to see that you are getting ready for winter, helping them lay in firewood for the cold days ahead.
Mogley G. kRetriever
Ha, ha, ha! Good luck with that one. I bet is sure did smell good.
Drools and licks,
Minnie and Mack
Big results require big ambitions 😉
Happy world animal day to the herd!
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