Sunday, 3 October 2010

He knew his help was invaluable



- it was puzzling, though, how he didn't always get the appreciation he expected

5 comments:

Penny Grubb said...

I *know* this dog! And I know that expression. And I know that as I lunge at him with strangulation in mind, he'll bound off, tail wagging assuming it's all a game.

Anonymous said...

Me too. Me too. Don't we all know dogs just like this one. How adorable.

montyandrosie said...

Ah ha! So it's YOUR dog who keeps coming round and 'helping out' in the garden, Penny! Might have known... (am sending him right back, having told him that you need his help more than I do...)

montyandrosie said...

Thank you, Anon! I think what I really like about these dogs is just the way that they see absolutely EVERYTHING as a game. If only we did, life would be so much more fun!

Penny Grubb said...

Ah well, we don't have a dog, but it could have been next-door's. And we have noticed unprecedented mole activity this year (and I don't mean MI5)