What Dogs Do All Day

Sep
8


If you look closely over Casper’s paw, you can see that he actually has a ball (and a leaf) sticking out of his mouth. He might look like he’s just having a good time there all alone, but he’s actually–

–tormenting Boomer.


Boomer plays it cool.

Casper: “I have a ball!! SEE?”

Boomer: “I don’t care.”

Casper: “You want my ball!

“Yes, you do. You want my ball. You want my ball!”

Boomer: “Okay, I WANT YOUR BALL.”

Casper: “But you can’t have it!”

“I’m the king of the world!”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 8, 2010  

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  1. 9-8
    4:45
    pm

    Boomer, you don’t really want that ball with Casper slobber all over it! You can go find a nice stick and keep it away from Casper. Go on Boomer, go get a stick.

  2. 9-8
    6:15
    pm

    Or – Boomer go find the lamb’s tail, that’ll make Casper jealous for sure! It looks like they have an old sandal there in the last photo, that they’ve been a-chewin’ on, too. I know they’re in heaven in this Fall weather, with plenty of room to romp and play. Casper sure is getting to be a big fella. Take care, Suzanne, from KY. :wave:

  3. 9-8
    6:33
    pm

    :D I love your doggie dialogue! What a hoot; this is just what I needed after a long day. Thanks Suzanne!

  4. 9-8
    8:19
    pm

    LOL!!! Get it Boomer!

  5. 9-8
    8:22
    pm

    My folks just put 160 miles on their car today going from Parkersburg to Spencer and back. It’s alway a joke that “they can’t get there from here”. If I had known Casper would turn into such a handsome dog I would have tried to get my folks to make the trip for one of his littermates!

  6. 9-8
    8:56
    pm

    How sweet this post is. And you know that they are saying every bit of that and more!

  7. 9-8
    9:13
    pm

    universal truth:
    dog with ball, teasing another dog::nyner, nyner, nyner::

    It’s all fun till somebody gets bit!

  8. 9-8
    9:28
    pm

    I can just hear Casper’s little boy voice in that sing song torment – “YOU want my ballllll, YOU want my balllll”

  9. 9-8
    9:39
    pm

    oh how I love this blog.

  10. 9-8
    10:41
    pm

    Thanks Suzanne for this evening’s chuckle! I love your talking animals. :lol:

  11. 9-9
    8:47
    am

    Boomer pictures,always put a smile on my face, love puppy too.

  12. 9-9
    10:31
    am

    Ha! Ha! Enjoyed it!

  13. 1-22
    7:38
    pm

    :purpleflower: I love it! I am sure…beyond any doubt…that is exactly what they were saying!

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