On the 4th day of Christmas my true dog gave to me…
…four reindeer antlers
and a Georgie in a pear(less) tree!
On the 2nd day of Christmas my true dog gave to me…
…two walking dogs
and a Georgie in a pear(less) tree.
Everyone here, dogs and humans alike, are thankful for Sundays…
the day of rest has never been taken so seriously.
The neighborhood Blue Jays are thankful for Simon and Rosee’s water bowls as they serve as excellent bird baths.
(just press play to see them in action!)
Rosee is thankful for the beach because that’s where she has her most exciting adventures!
Simon is thankful for a ride in the car because there’s nothing like feeling the wind through his ears
(especially in the new car!)
Halloween may be over, but the holiday season is just beginning!
And while I may not be quite ready for Christmas, I am definitely looking forward to Thanksgiving this year. Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. I mean there’s always great food, family, and I can’t forget about the pie. Even Simon and Rosee love Thanksgiving because it always means some extra special treats just for them. We all get to have a feast for the holiday.
So, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday that is soon approaching (really, it’s only about 2 weeks away!) everyone, including both dogs and humans, here at Play Hard, Bark Often is going to share what we’re grateful for leading up to the big holiday.
To kick things off I have to say that I am grateful for Simon and Rosee. This year they both let me dress them up in multiple costumes for our 13 Days of Halloween celebration.
I mean, sure, they got a lot of treats out of it…
but overall I think I got the better end of the deal.