Big Brother Waiting Games

Landon demonstrates the most difficult part of being a little brother within The Thundering Herd – big brother waiting games.

Struggling to stay awake.

Struggling to stay awake.

Landon looks forward to so many things (in addition to the twice daily meal times). Wrestling with his big brother. Hanging out with his big brother. Patrolling the yard with his big brother. Unfortunately, there is one problem with his daily plan.

Big brother waiting games - aka, when big bro wants a nap.

Big brother waiting games – aka, when big bro wants a nap.

Much to Landon’s amazement, sometimes his big bro wants to just go into his crate, curl up, and take a nap.When that happens, Landon can only do one thing.

Sigh. Wait on my big bro.

Sigh. Wait on my big bro.


  1. Lori on August 14, 2018 at 7:04 am

    Naps are good for the soul sweetie pie ????

  2. Jean B Burkhardt on August 14, 2018 at 6:01 am

    Landon-I guess that your big bro LIKES to nap in his crate BUT maybe IF you keep staring at him there he might get moving to patrol with you???? You poor boy BUT just think-maybe it’s almost time for your meal!!!!

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