Sunday, December 4, 2016

Police Training And Superhero Sightings

Hello super fans! This is The Daily Bone and I'm your excited doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.

I'm honored to have been chosen to serve on the Pawlice Force for our new Blogville Mayor, Arty. Here are a few pictures of me going through the paces:

Learning to drive the squad car.

Agility training.

Weapons training.

Please visit Stanley and Murphy here to see more details. As long-time readers will know, I've been part of the Double Doggie Homeland Security System for eight years. I specialize at barking at the mail truck …

… zooming after the Evil Squirrel Cartel …

… sniffing out the Conniving Chipmunk Consortium, the Secretive Bunny Militia, and the Miscellaneous Mousie Mob in every kind of weather.

Here's a shrew I caught once.

I caught a big bully grackle once too.

You  may recall I have a contract with Sparrows Incorporated to keep grackles, and squirrels away from the birdie feeders so the smaller birdies will be able to eat the seeds.

Indeed, I have a long list of accomplishments in tracking and capturing miscreants, and protecting our property from alien invasion. Serving in the Blogville Pawlice Department will enable me to use my natural hunting and guarding abilities for the greater good. I'm looking forward to graduation on December 5!

While I was away at the Pawlice Academy Training Facility, Ghostwriter happened to see my favorite super hero, Ironing Board Man! I was very surprised because construction season is just about over now. It looks like he was having a family reunion in this picture. 

A little way down the road, she saw Grampa Ironing Board Man working at a building site.

I don't usually do movie reviews, but we watched Zootopia yesterday on Netflix. It was the perfect thing to put me in the mood for my new job! 


  1. Jakey is having a blast training to be on the SWAT team...looks like you all have a super-cool law enforcement team!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  2. Excellent police work Chester! I look forward to going through the next class!

    Abby Lab

  3. You are more than qualified, Chester! The police force is lucky to have you!

  4. Momma just told me she didn't know if I wuz cut out for da police force since I tried to crawl on her head when da vacuum started.

  5. You are definitely qualified for the Blogville Pawlice force.

  6. Maybe you need to invite those Sparrows to the police training academy too:)

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

  7. Oh dude, the Pawlice Force is gonna be FIERCE this year!!!!
    Ruby ♥

  8. I feel safe in Blogville with you around to SWAT those tree rats!

  9. Nobody in or out of Blogville need try to do anything nefarious, Chester, cause you will be keeping them in line! Or locking them up...or scaring them away with your ferocious barking ability.

  10. I think you need a special assignment job.
    Please see if the blogville task force will
    let you travel to Seattle. I got a big problem
    in my yard with squirrels. Your the best officer for the job.


  11. Chester working at the Pawlice complex is gonna be fun. I hope the Pawlice, Sheriff. Firepeeps and EMS folks will take turns cooking for their shift like the human ones do. Maybe you can talk GW into cooking up one of her feast for us
    Hugs madi your bfff

  12. We are thrilled to have graduated Whooa!
    Edward (& Lily)

  13. We know Blogville is safer with you on the force!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  14. Congratulations, Chester. It sounds as if you have much experience to help you do a great job!

    1. Hello and thanks for visiting us here at TDB on my graduation day. It's nice to meet you!

  15. I like felines (and canines) that know how to catch mice and birds and other creepies that should not be in the garden! Good luck in the new job.

    Miss Oswin from Norway

    1. Thanks Mara and Miss Oswin for stopping in to visit The Daily Bone! Please come back again soon!

  16. Dear Chester,

    You do indeed do a fabulous job keeping your Yard protected! Ojo takes care of our yard (and the squirrels and ratties), and I take care of the house (no strangers can get past me!).

    My people watched Zootopia the other night too and also loved it! But there were no Dogs in it, and just a few wolves, so I went to sleep.

    Good luck with your snow!