Little Prince Walking – A Personal Style

Typhoon Phooey is a really big personality in a little body, but taking a Little Prince walking is always its own adventure – even walking forward.

So, anyway, there was this rabbit . . .

So, anyway, there was this rabbit . . .

We have shown many times photos of the Typhoon walking backwards, so no need to repeat those here. But he is also the dog most likely to be providing color commentary throughout the walk. How such a little dog has such a big mouth is quite the mystery.

Go faster. Go faster.

Go faster. Go faster.

And like the legendary Rusty the Rooster, Typhoon does enjoy walking against the legs of a human. Unlike Rusty, however, it is meant more to push the human to a faster and faster speed. A Little Prince prefers to go fast.

Engage aerodynamic ears- Little Prince walking

Engage aerodynamic ears


  1. Juno's mom on January 25, 2018 at 2:09 pm

    Rollerblades maybe?

  2. Zoe on January 25, 2018 at 8:25 am

    He is just looking out for his humans he figures faster is better

    He’s wrong

    But he’s just trying to help

  3. Lori on January 25, 2018 at 7:06 am

    What a character you are Typhoon Phooey ????

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