Meet Nora. She’s my next door neighbor. When she’s bad, her peep calls her Nora Jane. Real fast.
But really, I don’t see the problem with yanking off a few bush branches and chewing them up. Do you??
She taught me to do it, so now I yank off a few low hanging camillia branches in my own backyard. And I taught Sherlock to do it too.
Ain’t friendship grand?
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Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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Friendships are grand, but you have to be careful about what your friends show you to do. Biting off low branches can be dangerous and you don’t want to go to the vet because it looked like fun to do. You and Sherlock need a nice hoof to chew on, they’re good for hours. And be careful with Nora, try to find something else to do together that doesn’t have serious consequences.
Partners in crime?
Well, your plant ‘trimming’ lesson just goes to show how bright you are ! That goes for Sherlock also. Perhaps you three will be ‘master gardners’ this spring. Show your digging skills and plant some bulbs next. ^.^
ArOoO♪ L&M’s mom peep ~~
that is a super friend… how great that you have such a cool hood!
nice of Peepttress to let Nora in your yard… She’s a pretty color – what kind of dog?? Golden retriever?
Nice to see you are making friends – however, we too, hope you find another activity other than chewing branches from the camellia bush – how about just romping around together or maybe ‘digging’ (maybe just a little) – can’t hurt! – Humphrey & Cherry
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