Thursday, July 1, 2010

Bat Dog, the Scoob and What Do You Do?

Anyone remember Doohicky? AKA Peanut? Well she is back in the Pond and it seems her ears have grown. But not her body. We now call her "Bat Dog" - and the lil' gazelle is all ours for a week. Weeeeeeeee! She is a sweetheart but NEVER, EVER stops moving. Ah, the energy of the young. I think Spot may eat her before the night is over and Scooby is just plain scared. Admit it - this dog scares you. You know it. [Thought I was kidding about the Bat dog thing? Um...No.]
But then again, let's chat about Scooby - who we all know and love. Took our lil' man to the vet today and discovered he weighs 120 lbs. - and he has LOST weight since we adopted him last year. The vet assured us he looks great and isn't overweight - eventhough Chessies are typically in the 60 - 80 lb range [where exactly is this dog hiding one of the Olsen twins I want to know?] so I am not worried. My pup is just big boned. Like a pony. Or a cow. Wondering. hee.

But I walked out of the Vet's asking myself - how is it that my dog weighs more than me?
What do you do? What DO you do? [This is a joke for the family. Anyone watch the movie "SPEED" lately? hee]
Hugs and Love to all.


Diane Laney Fitzpatrick said...

"Where is she hiding one of the Olsen twins." Ha!!!! My laugh of the day! You are too funny.

ellen abbott said...

OK, the bat dog IS a little scary!

OmaLindasOldeBaggsandStuftShirts said...

That little bat eared dog is alot scarey....oooooweeee baby. And Scooby is too gentile to have eaten an Olson twin, have ya checked the neighborhood for the missing cats though? Ouch.
Vert word...custersi. This one really should have come up on RV Linda's blog because she's the one lately that's been to see Custersi?
Total vert word SCORE....

RVVagabond said...

Stupid hail storm knocked me offline and lost my fabulous comment. Which was something to the effect that Peanut reminds me of Muddy's "raptor" in this picture.

My word vert WAS petif; Peanut is much more petif than Scooby. This time around the word vert is mounte and I ain't touching that one with a ten foot pole.

And Linda, how are we keeping word vert points?

Celia said...

I bet that dog can hear everything.