Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Bear the Dog


This is Bear. 
Aka BearBear

I love her very much. I did bring her up to be a lady, but what can I say, she is a dog. This is her favorite way to take a nap and tan herself at the same time.

Bear is one of the sweetest dogs I know. She gives her best canine buddy Ike kisses (sloppy licks). She has never bitten another dog or human. But if you are a squirrel, rabbit, chipmunk or a mouse, I wouldn't bother stopping by to pay Bear a visit. She won't play well with you.

Bear does not travel well. She whines when we stop for gas, stop lights, trains and an occasional fast food restaurant. When we stop for poddy breaks and stretching our legs breaks, she runs out of the truck/car to the tallest weeds she can find, does her business, then flies back to the vehicle and whines to get back in.

If she could talk she'd be lamenting, "We ain't there yet!"

I love Bear.

She is half pure bred black lab and half pure bred husky so she has one blue eye and one brown eye. Her fur is thick and absolutely beautiful from March to July. Then she sheds and sheds. She loves to be brushed though and will lay still for all of an hour. And she loves her belly rubbed. Ask her, "Wantcherbellyrubbed?" She'll roll over in the position she is in above to accomodate you.

And if you stop by, she'll be happy and wary so she'll bark quite a bit which I like because living out in the woods with no neighbors next door just adds a level of awareness.

One of these days I'll showcase Ike - aka Iklebombikle - aka IkeIke -  aka Ike Ike Baby 

1 comment:

Shirley Vandyke said...

She is a Great Granddog Fl