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P.S. – Have no fear. The temperature was around 25F (-4C), so the dogs in the neighboring car were not in any danger (and their humans were just a few feet away). Oh, and The Herd wears seat belts, so there was no escaping the Jeep.
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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.
What Weather When?
March 26, 2023
How do you dress for a day in the Western North Carolina Mountains? Just answer what weather when? Good luck with that.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,700 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
The Queen and Decorum
Even after a long hike, a Queen must always avoid a fashion faux pas like, say, an out of place tongue. No, the Queen and Decorum are intact.
“Oops, maybe I shud lern to keep my yap shut!”
It’s always nice to meet new friends!!!
Holly & Khady
What they meant to say wasn’t “Yo, DAWGS! Bring it over HERE!” It was, “Um, hello, your Highness, pleased to meet you. Just wanted to tell you what a handsome herd you are!”
I am sure that doggie will think twice next time!
Kisses and hugs
That was presented just beautifully (as always!) – how hilarious but not so much for the “neighbors” hehehe!
Sammie, Avalon and Ozzie
hehe…that looks like Sonic! 🙂
Y’all would have scared the crap out of those little dogs 🙂
That sure can make a boring parking lot more interesting!
Got to be scary, to be a small dog (although they don’t think of themselves as small) who barks up a whole herd of big dogs. Probably learned a bit of a lesson on that one that could last up to a week or longer.
That must have been a moment for pause for the 2 canine parking lot neighbors to see all those majestic critters in your vehicle!!
Your neighbors kinda look like stuffies 😉
Haha, I can just imagine the two little Westies thinking they could out bark or intimidate that one husky in the other car…then being surprised by 6 of them!!
Elyse and Riley
We need to see a long shot from inside the vehicle. I’m dying to see what the herd looks like buckled up for safety.
Hahahah! I bet if they barked any louder, the window would’ve shattered! They have the look of two dogs whose barks could shatter glass.
BOL!!! The numbers made the difference!
Hahaha! I can just imagine what was going through that llttle Westie’s mind when the Herd popped their heads up en masse!
BOL…I’m sure those little dogs were regretting their barking once they saw how many were actually in the herd…too funny.
AARF Kasha the Dainty Great Dane
They say fences make good neighbors. In this case we see that windows are a good substitute. Cute little Westies, but they can really be rather boisterous.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
One time, our dogs had parking lot neighbors. The neighbors barked and jumped around so much that they set off their car alarm. It was very funny but must have hurt the poor dogs’ ears.
Happy to hear it was all good. I would have been a nervous wreck trying to control my group of misfits.
Bwaaaa ha ha! If only all dogs realized this at the right time! They were probably just in awe of The Herd’s greatness!
Woo! Love those pictures, especially the last one!
I know how big barks khome in small pakhkages!
So did you all become friends in the end?
Love the similar ‘eye intensity’ in the first two pictures. So interesting how dogs match each other. Maybe so it’s easier to notice when one becomes submissive and one dominate.
BOL at the last peekture. Boy, does the neighbor look regretful.
That face!! Haha
“Maybe barking is not the best idea.”
Togo, Tagar & Gamby