While on our visit to my son's place we noticed that Bud disappeared.
Jen my daughter -in -law good naturally snapped this picture of my dog.
She was not upset about Bud climbing on her beautiful new sofa. Bud thinks he is human. He missed his sofa at home. I thank God that he was not wet and dirty!
Pictured here is an over stimulated Bud.One this picture you see how Bud and a lot of Labs, I guess dogs get when they are tired and acting rudely for example I see it all the time and it makes me nuts when your sweet obedient pup starts demanding that you throw the, frizbe or stick right then, when the dog jumps on or in Bud's case barks so loud that it hurts your ears. Well At this time he was starting to be demanding and rude. Shorty after the picture I told Bud to stop playing and to chill. Shortly after this his was sleeping. It reminds me of a young child gets cranky when their are tired and they have a sense of what to do. Your are the parent of your dog, you set the rules.
Last year my son rescued this cute sweet pup. He is a Miniature
Australian Shepherd; this little guy was the runt of the littler. He was
neglected and not worked with because he was not good enough for
showing or breeding. When my son's family saved him. He was very shy and
nervous around people. He to this day, doesn't like to be picked up or
handled a lot. The pictures I took of him show how happy he is in the country. He is looking for his kids. Bandit herds the chicken and the ducks. He often hangs out under Rylie's, my grandaughter's chair during meals. He knows who drops food or maybe she is careless thinking of her dog. Bandit is a tough dog. He survived getting kicked by a deer and bit by gophers, he was trying to play, and a neighbor dog attacks and sadly gopher bait. Bud and Bandit are good friends. Bud wants to come to visit more ofter so he can swim in his own private and watch Bandits back. Bandit stole my heart.....we wanted to bring him home with us but my grand kids would miss him too much. Bandit lives the good life now herding his chicken, ducks and children. He has made the family happy. Bandits does his job well.
Recently I visited my son Matt and his family. Jennifer his wife and
children Hudson 10 years and Rylie 7 years and their their dog Bandit 3 years old. They live in the country on 4 acres. There is a pond! Bud loved swimming in his own private pond with 3 ducks that Hudson raised from eggs.
More adventures to come.