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After yesterday’s video post of Twisting Turning Typhoon, our readers had a number of questions. In today’s post, Typhoon responds to those questions.
In regards to all of the readers who wanted to pluck the shedding fur from Typhoon, his response is simple. DON’T. The ever expanding list of things Typhoon does not like includes plucking. And brushes. And the blow dryer. In other words, yes, any conceivable means of shedding fur removal is met with resistance. Never mind that the rest of the Herd loves the blower. And the brush. And even tolerates plucking.
To respond to all of the readers who note Frankie’s incredible patience as a big brother, Typhoon replies – Hey, this is about me! Oh, sure, Frankie is the most even-tempered, well-behaved dog in the house. And, yes, he puts up with the constant Typhoon Tornado (hey – an alliteration of disaster!). But, Typhoon would like to note, there is that occasional moment when he is racing to the far corners of the yard with Frankie in hot pursuit. Let’s just say that even the Franken Monster has his limits. (Though, all is forgiven in moments and Frankie is back to the big brother role).
So, readers wanted to know, does every member of The Herd tolerate Typhoon antics as well as Frankie.
To which Typhoon refers you back to the video and reminds you that at no point did he collide with Queen Natasha the Evil. Well, not on video. Yesterday during our regular walk, Typhoon bounced around and accidentally collided with QNTE. Let’s just say Typhoon spent the next several minutes of the walk hiding behind the Hu-dad. And we might have heard Frankie chuckle a little.
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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.