Sunday, August 23, 2009

Please don't wake the beast!

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I am back. It turns out I really missed Africa and she missed me. There is nothing like a dog waiting at your door to greet you. She is so willing to love, and I sure love her back. We take each other for granted, so a break every now and then is good. The break however, was not good for our couch. Stay tuned for that picture and please don't wake the sleeping giant. She is so well behaved in her sleep!

It is great to be back! I may get frustrated with this puppy, but I know she is getting better all of the time. Who once said "there are no terrible horses, just really bad riders?!" That goes for dogs as well.

20 comments:

  1. They always look like angels when they are sleeping, don't they☺

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  2. I think that was a khhoir I heard!

    I'm glad woo missed each other!

    I khan't wait to see the khouch!

    You'll have to share it with The Thundering Herd - they are the khouch professionals!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  3. BOL!! Great snore!

    Addie use to snore but not any more!

    Glad you had a great vacation! We have an idea of what happened to the couch but you never know...

    Chasing my tale...
    Addie, Lucie, and Hailey

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  4. Well the saying around here is that actually situations are never really the dog's fault. Investigation always leads to a "people" error which enabled the dogs to be put in a compromising situation. And always let sleeping dogs lie.
    - TBH&K

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  5. hi thanks for visiting and we are following you and your mumsy's food blog....guess who else looooves food besides moi????

    chikisses
    we're now officially furiends bol....

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  6. She has a very comforting snore. We could go to sleep right next to her...

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  7. oooh mumsy says you are considered the best family dog in the world (i thought i was and that's why she got me?????????)........the African Boerboel and you're so appropriately named.....
    chikisses

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  8. Aww.. you're so sweet sleeping there. Can I snuggle with you?

    ~ Bae

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  9. :) She looks like Nala when she sleeps!

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  10. Welcome back! She really is cute sleeping. You know there is a reason kittens and puppies are so cute, it is so they have a chance to make it to adulthood LOL. My rottie angel ate thru 2 walls by the time he was 1 yr old lol. Not to mention other stuff he got into. I couldn't leave him loose when I left the house until he was almost 4 yrs old lol. Then I inherited the dumbest sheltie in the world lol. Crating her when Im gone is the only way my home is still standing (and she turned 10 back in june lol)

    Hugs!

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  11. Ditto what the Bumpass Hounds said. :)
    Lots of exercise and training! A tired puppy is a good puppy.
    Tail wags,
    Storms

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  12. Kasha and Africa!!

    Hello and nice to meet you! Thank you so much for coming by our blog! We meant to come visit you a long ago.. but oh well.. please send all your blame to our mom who never helped us to visit anyone!

    Anyway I love the video... you're a good sleeper, Africa. You look so cute and the video made us smile!

    We'll add your name to our friends' list. Hope it's ok with you!

    Momo & Pinot

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  13. Our pawrents picked the house with light brown carpet and they've had white couch... :D You know what we can do! :P

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  14. Hmmmm ... a sleeping Angel! And such loud snores!

    The Mom

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  15. ah, the snoring can be relaxing, but also oh so annoying... she is gorgeous though..

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  16. the above comment was from me - didn't notice my daughter Sofie Amalie was logged in my google account... :o)

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  17. She looks so cute lying there. And she snores! How funny. Makes her look even more innocent.

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  18. What a beautiful vid!! And she looks angelic.

    Pippa

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  19. Hee hee I love the snoring. Glad u r back too.
    norwood

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  20. There is something to learn about the unconditional welcoming back of a dog!
    - Charlie's mom

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