Helpful Little Prince

With spring-like weather upon us, our trail has become crowded, so Hu-Dad asked us all to behave. A helpful Little Prince grinned mischievously.

I can help, Hu-Dad. Let me, please! - helpful little prince
I can help, Hu-Dad. Let me, please!

We’ve had a gorgeous week of warm, sunny weather and spring is in the air. The greenway we walk twice a day is no longer as quiet as the winter, so Hu-Dad said we needed to keep in a tight formation and behave. The helpful Little Prince piped up and volunteered to boss everyone else around. Hu-Dad pointed out that none of the other dogs pay any attention to His Royal Highness’s demands, so that probably wasn’t going to do much. Don’t worry, the Little Prince’s visions of grandeur were not diminished.

3 Comments

  1. Debbie & Miss Ruby on March 3, 2022 at 7:21 am

    I never knew “behave” was in the Husky vocabulary!!

    • Juno's mom on March 3, 2022 at 3:47 pm

      Another good one Debbie. Yay Spring!

  2. Jean Burkhardt on March 3, 2022 at 6:34 am

    Prince Typhoon Phooey’s perception of himself is SO funny. I’m glad he still feels like royalty even though his fellow Sibes don’t pay attention to his demands!!!

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