Gus at the Threshold

Gus has always had a hard time going through doorways. Way back when, he wouldn’t go through them at all. We had to carry him in and out.  He very gradually, but skeptically started going through them.  Then we got the automatic doggy door.  He did pretty well with that, he would eventually […]

 

Gus – 7 years ago

Google photos presented this picture as a reminder from 7 years ago.  It’s so strange seeing this because Gus never really does this.  There are only two or three times I’ve seen him carry a toy around.  He doesn’t play with them at all.  He would walk around like this moaning or whimpering […]

 

Mornin’ Trix

 

 

 

Lazy dogs

Trixie loves to lay on the pillows, while Gus is content wherever he lands.  Below, Trixie relaxes on me as we watch TV. Gus relaxes on the floor below.

 

 

 

Couch Potato Gus

Gus’ favorite place to nap is on the couch.  He spends most of the day there. I was sitting next to him watching TV tonight. He’s a good boy!

 

 

 

Executive Trix

Mistress Trixie likes to sit in the office chair.  

 

 

 

The Intruder

I ran some errands this morning and when I got home I could hear Trixie inside the house barking like crazy. I peeked in the window and saw that she was barking at the patio door.  She has the ability to go in and out whenever she wants so I knew she was […]

 

Trixie loves the new pet door

Gus, not so much.

You can see Gus in the window reflection.  Trixie goes in and out all day now.  We have to set Gus in front of the door and when it opens we kind of nudge him through.  Hopefully, he’ll get the hang of it before too long.  It’s a temporary […]

 

Dogs of Spring

Gus and Trixie enjoying the fist morning of the spring season. Of course, being the midwest, we woke up to giant snowflakes that would accumulate on the grass then melt away and another batch come thru and accumulate and melt off. This is the third batch of snow (that I saw anyway).  The dogs […]

 

Dogs and Frogs

Gus and Trixie we outside doing their business last night. When we went to let them in we had a small visitor stuck to the outside of the sliding patio door.  He stayed there while we let the dogs in.  They were oblivious to the amphibian.

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