Sunday, August 21

Beatrice's 3rd Bday and Kelli's 3rd Gotcha Day

Funny that Beatrice's 3rd Birthday, and Kelli's 3rd Gotcha Day happen to be the same day. So of course, they got extra goodies with their dinner.
Nom Nom Nom. They made quick work of it.
After dinner flossing with an elk antler.
Then some relaxing on the couch with a full belly.
Kelli says Roaching is her favorite position.
Beatrice says, let me show you how to do it. Tripaw Style.

Sunday, July 24

Stanley Turns 14

Despite a few recent health scares, Stanley has managed to reach his 14th birthday. 
He no longer stands at his bowl to eat. We feed him wherever he is laying down. Usually in our bed. And though a bit wobbly, he can still go out to the yard by himself. He is still a Master Roacher. Beatrice is doing her impression.
On a sad note, on the same day as Stan's bday, Lynne let Dip go. She was only a few months younger than Stan. I will miss hearing about her ruling with an Iron Paw.

Wednesday, June 29

Kelli Sharing Her Bed

Kelli is a bit of a bed hog. This is how she sees herself. Whole bed to herself.
But sometimes, you have to learn to share. Stella doesn't take up much space.
Working her way up to Diego, the Whippet.
Graduated with Sassy.

Sunday, April 10

Easter Parade

It was a drizzly day, but we took the girls to the Easter Parade on Monument Ave. We left Stan at home, as he wouldn't have been able to walk for that long.
As soon as we got there, Jenny met some of her hairier cousins.
There were all variety of dogs dressed up for the parade.
The Ms. Preteen pageant winner was handing out biscuits to all the doggies.
Little kids couldn't help but want to pet the girls.
Meeting their first greyhound on our way to the James River Greyhound tent. 
Jenny introduces herself to a Great Dane.
People seemed to love taking pics of them themselves with the girls.
We finally reached the JRG tent. Tired, but ready for some meetin' and greetin'.
Ok, enough of that. Stinkeye translates to: Daddy, I'm ready to go home now. 
Relaxing on the deck after a fun day out. 

Sunday, January 24

Beatrice's First Snow

As many of you know, we had a crazy snow storm this past weekend. We were well stocked with food and drink (people and dogs), so we just hunkered down and caught up on the DVR.
I also had to make sure the bird feeders were full. I was refilling 2-3x a day.
Can you see the cardinal in the Holly tree?
Oh, there he is.
Beatrice wasn't sure what the snow was. But she wasn't afraid to find out.
The others weren't so interested. I'm just gonna go potty right here. That's ok, right? 
What is the sound of One Paw Running?
Every greyhound running has the crazy face at some point. 
Throwing the bunny around got her to do some zoomies.
She has a bouncy running style, and was chest deep in certain parts of the yard. Greyhounds have very flexible backs.
As they were going back in, something caught the girls' attentions. Kelli has her ears back, Bea has her ears forward, and Abby has her ears up.
P.S. I haven't been blogging or reading/commenting on other people's blogs. I will try and be better about both.