Sunday, March 7, 2010

Not this lazy

My dad came over today to help me out with some home repairs - we are getting ready to paint the house so some prep work needs to be finished.


We were working outside the back window so Piepie took the opportunity to growl and bark at my dad from the window like a maniac.  Piepie was abused in the past, so he has issues with men (although by now, he should know my dad).  When I first met Pei-yin, I never thought that Piepie and I would be friends.  Now that he has warmed up to me, he may be more attached to me than Rudie.

In order to get him more familiar with my dad, we took a walk when we were done.   I had my dad take Piepie's leash so that he could see my dad is not a threat.  We try to take the dogs for a walk everyday.  Piepie would go for hours long walks while Rudie is happy with a trip through the neighborhood.  There are days when neither of us really feel like walking them but then we remember that the dogs need their walks and we should not be lazy.  Even on our laziest days, I have never thought of using this method to walk the dog - yes, he used his car.  http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/03/05/1514299/london-man-arrested-for-walking.html

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