the duck dawg out of the marsh ...
But you can't take the marsh out of the duck dawg ...
Now that season is over and we've resumed early morning bumper fetching sessions, both dawgs are tired and ready for a nap by 8 am. Remi still had visions of Mallards in mind this morning, apparently.
Remi and Rusty aren't my whole life. They're trying to fill the hole in my heart left by Cappy's passing.
I saw something on Animal Planet over the weekend. Someone in the UK had a Lab and at least one duck (not caged) that effectively lived together with her in peace. How about training a couple ducks to fly out into the marsh or field, and have Cappi and Remi for out after them and bring them back, gentle mouthed. That could keep them going through the in between seasons period.
Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.
Awww...he was probably dreaming of bringing the duck back to you and making you proud.
That first picture is fantastic! It needs a frame and wall space.
Baloo - 5 year old black lab
Peanut - 7 year old minpin
Monster - 3-ish year old frenchie/jack, rescue
I agree that first pic is superb, I hope that the stuffy ducks keep your guys happy 'til the new season starts, how long do they have to wait?
"some days you are the dog, some days you are the tree!"
Kate mom to Jed Jasmine and Joelly
Absolutly beautiful first pic indeed!!
Awwww....hunting season's over, but Remi's still got ducks on the brain!!
I thought this was about the smell of the marsh. Maggie and Pete went hunting on the final day of duck season and she was so stinky that I gave her two baths and she still smells like the marsh. So no, you can't always take the marsh out of the duck dawg.
Awww Remi! Too cute!
~Veronica and Nikki~
Sweet Emma, 16th of February 1996~26th of November 2010
Always in my heart and soul. Together forever, my love....
Nikki 6 months