Saturday, July 16, 2011

Oz and Gwyn

Gwyn can concentrate pretty intensely when working on a chewy...
..but not so much that she doesn't keep an eye on her people when one of them gets up and heads out of the room...Wonder if she has some herding dog in her? :D

I'm watching you, dad...
On another note, one of the things Oz seemed to miss most after losing Phil was sprawling in front of the hound and playing bitey face.
Then he rolls around, showing off belly and luxuriating in his superiority as a cat :D
Gwyn's learning that this is the only reasonable reaction to that show:
On a side note...all this time with blogger and I thought I was limited to five pictures per post because that's all I can upload at one time. Ashamed to admit that it's taken me this long to discover that I could upload five and then add more!

I'm participating in this Saturday’s Pet Blog Hop, hosted by Life With Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers and Confessions of the Plume. (Thanks again to Tales and Tails for introducing me to this idea...a great way to discover new pet blogs!) If you’d like to participate, please follow the rules and follow your three hosts, add your blog to the Linky and copy and paste the html code into your html editor. Thanks again to our hosts for putting on the hop!


K9 Kelp said...

Thanks for hopping by my site :) Have a great weekend! Woof!

Suzanne said...

Gwyn has such wonderful coloring. I love all the spots on her belly.

It took me a while to figure out the photo uploading as well. :)

Kat said...

Thanks for checking out my blog, Suzanne! I love your hound blog & your photography! (Especially love the picture of Cathy, Paco, Willow taken thru' the dog's ears.)

What's funny about Gwyn's coloring is that we adopted her in January and her winter coat is quite a bit different. She didn't have hardly any of the spots on her belly. Her back was brindle patches and white, but now the white parts have freckles in there :D

She's the third retired racer we've adopted (tho' we've only had one at a time) and I've declared her to be the funniest dog on the planet.