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Hu-Dad’s study is usually the exclusive home of the boys of the Herd, but we had a rare Cheesewhiz Office visit yesterday.
Cheoah prefers to spend her days outside on the deck while the boys hang out in the study with Hu-Dad. But, yesterday, Hu-Dad turned around and was surprised to discover that our little red head had commandeered the office. The boys had been chased outside and she had the space to herself.
Boys being boys, she likes to let them think they make their own decisions and do their own things, but we all know how the world actually works. And Cheesewhiz has no apology for that.
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Sorry I missed this one. GOOD girl Cheoah!!! There ARE days when she wants Hu-Dad ALL to her self without those pesky boys!!!!!
Way to go, Cheoah! Keep those boys in line. Red heads rock!
I just love those eyes!
Cheoah seems to be estalishing Her Role as Queen of Chez Herd????!!
I have a question, I, of course, thought of it after I closed my previous comment and could not figure out how to edit said comment. Sabo The German Shepherd Attorney at Paw was no help as he threatened a restraining order for waking him. My question is do all of the members of the herd have access to both porches now, or is the design such that the seniors yard will remain empty? I am sorry if this question is offensive due to your recent loss. I just love the design of your yard and my husband and I actually used your design for the basis of our dog yard. I was just curious if there is direct access between the two yards outside or if the movement was controlled by which doors they go out from inside of the house.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Thanks for the question. A large gate (wide enough for to drive a vehicle through) is the only separation between the “junior” and “senior” sides of the yard. We would close it simply because the seniors wished to have quiet without the juniors bouncing around. The gate now stands open so the entire yard is available to everyone.
The Queen has spoken!!