Saturday, December 27, 2014

Four legged - critters in my garden


Because of this time of the year, when not everyone works during the week between Christmas and New Year, I've not been able to get a welder down to the Guest House. When he does return to work, he'll add steel plates to the bottom of the gate; this is to keep the new askari dogs (we're thinking of taking Bibi and Mvulana - who look just like Mama Princess) over there. I might even take Princess over there too. When Michael opens the gate for Grant to enter or leave the yard, she often makes a dash outside. Once he's closed the gates, he runs after her and catches her standing at the closed Guest House gates. Mmm. 

I'm linking this genuine critter post to Eileen's Saturday Critter Party. 


11 comments:

  1. It's so entertaining watching dogs and puppies. They simply love to explore, e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g, lol. Have a wonderful day Jo.

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  2. HI Jo I love the video of the dogs. Hope you had a lovely Christmas.

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  3. Jo, I love seeing the puppies running around, they are having so much fun! Great video! I wish you and your family a very Happy New year! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!

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  4. do you think Princess is looking for her pups? did one of them go to the guest house? loved the video, they are having so much fun... what are the short trees, that are all in a line by the dog house?

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  5. Great video, so much fun watching those lively pups! :)

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  6. Lively pups! Have a great weekend!

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  7. ABRAÇO DE ANO NOVO COM VOTOS DE MUITA FELICIDADE.
    FELIZ ANO NOVO
    AG

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  8. The puppies are really growing! They look happy and healthy!

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  9. The forbidden door! Must take it!

    Haha my sisters puppies do it, too.
    ~

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