Qannik’s Full Day & Busy Schedule

Everyone thinks Qannik has such an easy life, but he wants everyone to know all of the demands he has on his busy schedule.

Serious Security Work

Serious Security Work

The Chief of Security makes sure he puts in the appropriate amount of time on security work. Q says it may look like he doesn’t take this task very serious, but chasing butterflies is a specialty skill. You just never know when the butterflies will revolt and cause a major problem. He will handle the butterflies and let Kiska deal with the less dangerous creatures – like bears, coyote and bobcat.

Solving complicated problems.

Solving complicated problems.

Some dogs might be accused of napping on the job, but Q-Tip assures us that he only has eyes closed so that he can concentrate on those advanced mathematical problems. And that’s not snoring – that’s the sound of a brain hard at work. And as proof of that advanced problem solving, Q’s most valuable skill is his inate ability to keep close track of time.

Without a doubt, I know it is dinner time.

Without a doubt, I know it is dinner time.

Uh, Q, it’s noon. Dinner isn’t for several hours. I think you need to close those eyes and do some more problem solving.

 

4 Comments

  1. Cheryl Seybert on August 15, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    Love that Kiska is spying from behind the post!

  2. All Things Collie on August 15, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    He is such a beautiful boy!

  3. KJ Pierson on August 15, 2017 at 8:34 am

    It is noon…that is lunch time!

  4. Lori on August 15, 2017 at 6:54 am

    A beautiful blue-eyed Sibe’s work is never done is it Qannik!!!

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