Great captions John. I'm sure she thinks just that at times too. Put a smile for the start of the day.
Thank you Keith.
Great John. She is a beauty. I'm surprised she hasn't caught the pheasant. Mine love irritating Pheasants and stealing fat balls.
Thank you Adrian. I always make sure the Pheasant has a reasonable start before I let her out.
Thanks for the smiles the pictures and captions brought to my face. Don't we always wonder what our dogs are thinking?
Pleased you enjoyed it Bonnie. They may not be able to speak but still manage to make themselves understood when they want something.
Haha! That was fun John and the captions spot on I suspect :-) Louis has tried to climb the apple tree to reach the suet balls before now ;-) Penny looks gorgeous in the middle photo.
It was fun doing it Jan.
ha ha! that last one is exactly why i don't feed suet here with 4 big dogs that would sit under the tree and wait. :)
TexWisGirl - Penny now spends ages mopping up any tiny bits of peanut butter which the Starlings scatter.
A Penny for your thoughts ;) Your plump pheasant visitor may want to be wary since Christmas dinner time is soon approaching! I think Penny is a softie, not a bird chaser ~ look how she snuggles up to her little fox :) What is her favorite food?
I always make sure it isn't too close Glo. She chases anything Blackbird size or larger. As an retired racer she was taught to chase.Favourite food? Anything edible which fits in her mouth! She is a walking food vacuum cleaner which makes it easy to feed her. Previous dogs could be very fussy and kept going off things, not Penny.
When it suits her ImaBurdie.
Lovely post John! I wonder if you could find a fluffy Pheasant (try saying that after a few glasses) to play with. xx
Not seen one Matron. She has a fluffy hedgegog hidden away for Christmas.
Thank you for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Any comment, or correction to any information or identification I get wrong, is most welcome. John