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At long last, we promise to reveal tomorrow the damage and repair to the dog area of Chez Herd. Not that any particular Herd of Siberian Huskies have been accused in involvement in said crimes. For some reason, the hu-dad thought of the movie, Usual Suspects.
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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.
Canine Kitchen Flood
March 19, 2023
One of my dogs had an accident which resulted in a canine kitchen flood. No, no, not the way you just imagined. He’s more creative than 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.
It seems that an awful of hard structural work is being done without proper equipment. Where are the hard hats? yellow striped tape? grilled salmon?
Sorry Ruby, but we have to agree, wall support is a critical skill to have, I mean, without walls, what would counters be attached to?
don’t work so hard, woo too, don’t furget to have fun!
jack & moo
Keyser Soze did it????? Whatever it was? I can’t blame the squirrels for everything. But if it is The Usual Suspects, Keyser can’t be missed.
Yup! It’s a tough job but some sibe’s gotta do it!
Hehe… foundation management. I think Bella tries to do that too!
Good thing you are there to hold up that wall. Wouldn’t want it to fall down or anything. 🙂
No puppy works harder than the Siberian Husky! No puppy!
I have had to do that to the wall on my balcony. It probably would have fallen down otherwise.
We have some of those talent skills as well. Can’t wait to see what the Hurd has done. Usually when destruction happens at our house, someone always will have something telling who did it. LOL Sniffs, The HoundDogs
P.S….You need to checkout our transport post we did with 2 bassets Saturday. The youngest one was pulling a Rusty while we walked him. All I could think of was Rusty when he started to do it. LOL
Wow, you guys are so talented!!! Duncan is a floor monitor..he lays on it so it doesnt’ go anywhere!
Long time no see. We’ve been hibernating, well, actually just waiting on momma to finish school so WE could rightfully claim back our role as most important thingys in her life!
Anyhoo…Damaged area, huh. Well woo know what they say…Innocent until proven guilty.
Plus, make sure you get extra noms for all that manual labor!! BOL!!
Wags and Woofs,
Mack and Mia
Foundation support is real work!
We have the best-supported foundations here, never a worry about them falling down. We must admit we need work on our counter surfing skills – does Ruby give lessons?
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Of khourse, The Herd Annex does exemplify the Siberian teamwork motto!
Great job Tartok and Ruby!
PeeEssWoo: Mom says great movie!
Foundation management is tough work I have that job at our house! Dang those squirrels that must have been who ate a portion of our backporch screen yesterday….must tell humans that!!!!
Licks & Nibbles,
Kody & Nia
Guys, don’t strain yourselves from all that hard work! And be careful of that power outlet! That can be really dangerous!
And as for the damaged area, Kaiser Soser did it. I know because the coffee mug said so.
Who knew that Sibes could be so versatile? They have so many talents!
*snicker* Are they all going to be posted with mugshots? Not that I’ve done anything like that to my dogs!
Yes, Greyhounds can spot another of their kind from a mile away and they definitely have a preference for their own kind. I’ve always attributed it to the fact that they only see their own kind at the track until they retire. When they see other dogs they must wonder if it’s an alien dog from another planet or some poor genetic reject! 😛 They do fine with other dogs, but definitely turn on when they see another of their kind.
Somebody has to do the hard jobs!
Definitely the squirrels!!! Who else?!!
Yeah. The squirrels. Who else??
There really is NO other harder working breed than us northerners!
Oh, and I already know what happened with the furry creatures. The evil squirrels snuck in and did it while the entire herd was napping! They are quite the elusive critters!
Holly & Khady