Oh Chester? What are you doing?
Then how come the robins are all going crazy and dive bombing you?
|I don't know.|
What are you hiding there?
Chester, did you catch this baby birdie?
|Oh that? Yes! I caught the birdie for you! I'm a good bird dog! Now we can have a nice dinner!|
|And come and look here. I found potatoes growing in the compost pile!|
|Do I know how to scrounge up dinner, or what?|
You should be an executive chef, Chester!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
it is what bird dogs do - right :)ReplyDelete
You are in trouble!ReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
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D..... CHESTER you are One EXCELLENT PAWvider. Congratulations on your super skills... we are sure you are gonna be Eatin HIGH on the HOG...
Pee S.... Know that you are VERY MUCH Bizzy... Feedin the Family and such... so I have my Flappin Ears... picture up FUR YOUR EYES ONLY... TOMORROW and just in case you can't get to that one... I also put it up on THURS... FUR YOUR EYES ONLY.... Don't want to Tip my cap... before we actually Compete... RIGHT? THANKS THANKS THANKS... Frankie Furter.
mmm bird and potatoes!! sounds yummyReplyDelete
Oops I guess there's one less robin in the world. A bunch of potatoes could be good though.ReplyDelete
I wish I could get a baby birdie.ReplyDelete
Pawsome hunting skills! Shall we add it to the pigeon pie or have it as a side dish?ReplyDelete
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
We are thinking a nice birdie and potato stew, Chester. You are a great foodables provider!ReplyDelete
Hi guys! My pals the Cowspotdogs told me about you. My sisfur Taffy is a Cocker and looks a lot like you! Funny but she's been killing a lot of baby birds too and is on the hunt for a baby bunny living in our yard. I hope you'll give us a visit! Love DollyReplyDelete
Hi Dolly! Nice to meet you and thank you for visiting The Daily Bone! We'll be sure to check out your doggie blog too.Delete
We would love to see a picture of Taffy. We know just what you mean about cockers. They naturally go out and hunt things. All of our four cockers have caught something (usually birds) some time or other, but Chester's been the most prolific. It's hard to be mad when he proudly shows you what he's caught.