Don't forget to visit Miss Daisy to see the results of her exciting Halloween costume contest. My dumb brother was a judge.
And watch this movie for some Halloween fun!
As always, I start Dexter day (well, every day) looking for some action. You know me! I am a go go go kind of guy.
Now while some Relentlessly Huge Beasties consider getting furminated to be an actual "activity," I am less than enthused when I see this come out.
To be perfectly honest, I don't really see the problem with leaving my furs in little tumbleweeds around the house and momma is lucky to even get this much out of me before I wiggle so much that she gives up.
Then I usually eat whatever furs she did manage to rob from me (put them back in the system, so to speak).
Look! The torpid beast is totally stoned out. Perhaps there is something that we could do that involves actual movement?
Does this give you a hint you dotty old hen?
OK! I'll just do this for a while and...
Look! The monster has arisen and appears to have hidden my tennis ball in his disgusting mouth. Yuk!
Not to mention that momma's throwing is so bad that she manages to fling my ball over the fence and when she goes to get it the simple beast thinks she is an intruder and gets all confused. Don't believe me? Just watch this movie.
And now for my BIG NEWS! I am super excited because momma told me on Thursday I am getting tutored!
Now, I am not sure what that means, but it sure sounds like that time I had a private agility class for special instructions and got to do the A-frame about a hundred times and got lots of foodables.
Or maybe it is some sort of prep course for the entrance exam into doggie daycare because Momma said that after my tutoring I might get to go there. Is that exciting or what?
Dexter, my boy, you are an idiot. Tutoring? Bah! Let's just say your sleepy photos will look a little different come next Dexter day. Hehehe.
Oh Mango, you are just jelly. Go take some more of your drugs.
P.S. From Momma. Thanks for all your kind thoughts about Mango. He is feeling much better and I think he can stop the pain medication now. We will be keeping him on the antibiotics and anti inflammatories for a while yet. Keeping him from bouncing while still including him in activities is a challenge.