Back From Vacation Inspection

When you return to the house after a few days away, it is important to conduct a back from vacation inspection just to make sure that everything is as you left it. Fortunately for the Hu-dad, we have things well under control with Miss Kiska’s thoroughness (room by room).

time to inspect

Back from a weekend vacation – time to inspect.

not open doors

With our noses, we canines can inspect the inside of cabinets without even opening the doors.

proper order

Upstairs seems to be in proper order.

Guest bedrooms

Guest bedrooms inspected (and guest beds “fluffed”).

dinner

Ok, Hu-dad, everything seems proper. Let’s discuss dinner.

3 Comments

  1. pnwgirl on December 30, 2014 at 4:13 am

    Cutie pie for sureheo Iaineed help

  2. Sam on December 29, 2014 at 6:31 am

    …and if it isn’t dinner time, then surely there is a mid-afternoon snack that is well deserved?

    Monty and Harlow

  3. Zoe Draughon on December 29, 2014 at 5:33 am

    Madame Kiska chief of security
    Is clearly up to her duties and responsibilities Sabo the German Shepherd, attorney at paw, submits that as she is required to undertake these duties immediately upon return, ensuring the safety of all parties inclusive and not limited to hu dad, she should be compensated with extra dinner

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