Sunday, February 15, 2009

morning doggy cuteness



It is just a gorgeous early Sunday out there. We walked over to the playground and Buster our big dog found this football and carried it home and THEN when we got back inside our fenced in yard Penny grabbed a frozen tennis ball and started zipping around and barking, video below at the bottom of this post....




10 comments:

cm said...

You guys are so productive. So far today, I've gotten got up.

Stacey said...

That was AFTER the walk? LMAO, Penny is a maniac.

kcinnova said...

When I get back from a walk? I veg.

Glad to see Buster -- poor Buster, he just isn't as energetic as Penny, and she takes all the limelight.

ML said...

Penny is sure full of herself and energy, too, isn't she? Lovely to watch her racing around having so much fun. Buster seems quite sedate and elderly. How old is he, Gary? I believe I remember he's getting pretty well along in years, isn't he?

ML said...

Forgot to tell you about Momma Kitty this morning. After I'd finished drinking my first cup of coffee out of the mug you made with the wee froggie on the lily pad in the bottem, I put it down next to me and next thing I knew she'd walked over taken a sniff, and looked in, and then reached win a couple of times to try to figure out that strange little presence at the bottom there. Too funny and you could almost hear the wheels turning.

Emily SIL said...

Your pets always seem to be camera-ready models, even when they're asleep. They're highly professional.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Buster turns at the end of this month!
Oh mama kitty!!!

barbjensen said...

Hilarious, especially the contrast between the two dogs.
My dog gets totally goofy in the snow too

Peter said...

You've got an amazing dog Gary,
so much of him reminds me of the one that ran around my previous home.

A forwarded your blog URL to my brother who really fell in love with your house: lavender, it's a color seldom seen here in Europe,
yet so utterly uplifting.

All the best from a rainy, gray Belgium.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Sorry, Buster turns ten I should say.
The house is a nice lavender color with wasabi (yellowish-greenish!) accents. And I sure do look forward to warm weather and green trees again!