Winter woofing

004Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  Now, as you all know Me and Nellie like to bark.  In fact We are very good at it.  We have lots of practise doing it.  Why just this morning Me and Nellie and the neighbour’s dogs decided to have a lovely bark-a-thon.  Just the four of Us.  For some reason our family did not appreciate all our efforts.  They said because it was a Saturday morning they wanted to have something called a “lie in”.  Whatever that it.  Brother got so annoyed with Us that he got out of bed at 7 am (unheard of for a teenage boy) to tell Us off.  Then he let Me and Nellie inside and what did We did.  We made a bee-line straight to our mummy’s bedroom.  After all We wanted to see our mummy.  For some reason they did not appreciate Me leaping on the bed.  Said something about being a bad dog and to get off the bed, if I knew what was good for Me.  Can’t understand why they did not want to see Me and Nellie.  After all who doesn’t want a 45 kg maremma on their bed so early in the morning? Love Nellie and Jasper, the two bestest maremmas in all the land.

Can you see Me?  I was chasing a peacock that had come into the garden.

Can you see Me? I was chasing a peacock that had come into the garden.

 

 

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14 Responses to Winter woofing

  1. Nikitaland says:

    Oooooh, that’s a bad Mommy for not wanting to see you two in the early morning! How could she not want to snuggle with you two? You two are so well behaved and just doing what you do best, not to mention the cutest doggies around! We snuggle with Mommy & Daddy on the bed all the time over here at our house. Tell your Mommy to give you a special hug this morning and we’re sending over two hugs too from us! {{{Huggies}}} Nikita & Bella

  2. We would join you in the Bark-a thon. Thankfully our Lady loves us on the bed in the morning, well loves us if we curl up quietly on the bottom of the bed. Why do people want to waste time with a lie in when there are things to do and smell?

  3. Zena says:

    We’re not allowed to have bark-a-thons with the neighbours dogs either. people can be so miserable 😉

  4. You had a peacock in your garden? Wow ! I think all bipeds want a 45kg-Maremma in their bed – no matter what time :o)

  5. dogloverofmax@gmail.com says:

    Maybe Mom was in too deep of a sleep to fully appreciate such welcome bed guests is all I can think – who wouldn’t want ya in their bed cuddling?!? 😉

  6. Kyla says:

    If you can’t bark, how else would you keep up with the news?

  7. Sage says:

    I don’t think our peeps understand the importance of a doggy party-line. How else are we to hear the latest gossip?

  8. You are seriously underappreciated. Who doesn’t enjoy doggie conversation and bed cuddles? Ugh! Humans! They make everything simple turn difficult!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  9. onebluedog says:

    This is a very sad story! I mean, I am not much for barking myself, but I can understand the thrill. And being on the bed is only about the best place to be in the house! You poor maremmas 😦

  10. catchatcaren says:

    I have NO IDEA AT ALL why that would bother your Mummy!!!! BOL!!!! Dakota says he wants to come over and do some early AM barking with all of you! 🙂

  11. Ah you gotta love the element of surprise. That’s when you get the best spot – i.e. the middle – of the bed. If the oldies are prepared for the onslaught then there are legs spread everywhere with just the edges of the bed left. We know what happens then – someone or two get pushed off. High Five Paws – Honey and Nutty, two lightweight (30k) bedhoggers.

  12. Dina Mom says:

    Who wouldn’t want to see such a cute dog early on Saturday morn? Crazy and insane!

  13. Boomdeeadda says:

    A bark-a-thon would be a good way to ‘get-up-and-atom’ as we say over here….don’t know if you say it too? Hehe, I bet your mum doesn’t even need an alarm clock, you’re so helpful. Like the photo of you hiding out with the peacock too, woof!

  14. Misaki says:

    You poor things being moaned at just because you want an early morning mummy cuddle.
    My mummy tells me off when I try to wake her up early at weekends too. Sometimes when she’s lying in bed I stand on her back to remind here that I’m there…it seems to work 🙂

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