Meet Dizzy

Ah, a splendid day for a walk.

It was a splendid morning for a little walkie earlier. Not too hot yet. Just a quick spin around the block before settling in for a nice day of napping, playing, bean snacking and whatever else I can get into.

One of my neighbors. Dizzy. (Don't worry, he can't get out between the fences.)

Meet Dizzy. He lives around the corner. He’s the funniest dog. When he’s not sticking his head between fences like this, he’s jumping up in the air to bark at me.

I think his feet have springs in them.

What You Learned Today:

  • We like several walks a day at Our house.
  • One in the morning, one in the evening and sometimes one around the house once or twice before We go to bed at night.
  • I went around the house a couple of times last night and STILL didn’t want to come inside.
  • Whew. Time for a nap.
  • Wonder if Dizzy does that too?

About The Scottie Chronicles

I'm an eight-year old brindle, black and white (yes, you read that correctly) Scottish Terrier with plenty to bark about! Come along with me on my journey through life. With two peeps. A couple of girlfriends next door. And lots of friends in the blog-o-sphere.
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5 Responses to Meet Dizzy

  1. Dizzy looks like a fun friend, Stuart! Maybe you can play with him?

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

    • You know what, maybe we could have some fun together in the alley some time. I’ll have to ask him.

      He’s so tall, he could shield me from the rain on a walk. (If it ever rains again….)

      Roodles, Stuart
      PS Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Daisy says:

    Dizzy looks like he just wants to play. We find that dogs behind fences always try to act tough….in fact, so do we.

    We’re always had green beans. Usually out of a tin after the salt has been rinsed off. Then she got the frozen ones and now that fresh are in season, those. SHE always cooked them, but the other night she dropped one and Bella gobbled it up. Now we just have them raw. Anyway is great. Your diet just confirmed that it was a good food.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

    • Well I knew we had lots and lots in common. Frozen green beans. YUM.

      Hey, and don’t forget that a recent study shows that dogs who eat green beans (maybe all kinds of green vegetables) have a slightly less chance of developing cancer. I’ll have to find that article I read a while back…..

      Y’all have a nice weekend. And eat a bean for me.

      RooooooooOOOOOOOOooooo, Stuart

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