14 November 2008

Who Let The Dog In?

This is my "I'm an Alpha Male so don't mess with me" pose...sort of...ok, actually I am just looking toward the fence where the Mean Dog Behind the Fence was barking and pacing. He has been hanging out by the fence a lot lately, which understandably makes me somewhat nervous. To make matters worse, he has a new doggy sibling. I have named the new dog Noisy Nosey Dog in My Yard (woof that seven times fast!) because she barks a lot and she sneaks into my yard at night. Seems Noisy Nosey Dog in My Yard has found the hole in the fence where her brother, the Mean Dog Behind the Fence, had broken through when he attacked me. So now Noisy Nosey Dog in My Yard squeezes through that hole at night and comes into my yard where she sniffs around, mostly by the pool, and barks at me! In my yard! Now, I am not looking for any trouble, but I don't take too kindly to strange dogs just breaking and entering into my territory. But what am I to do? If I howl at her she may get mad and bring her brother, Mean Dog Behind the Fence, over, and that is not a dog fight I want to think about! So, I just stay by the house or go inside to protect my human K and parrot Porgy, as is my duty. And no, I am not afraid of a girl-dog! I just prefer to leave the fighting to the kung-fu bunnies and Ninja cats. Anyway, I'm a tail-wagger, not a fighter. I'm just sayin'...


Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Welkhome Bakhk!

I've missed woo H.A.M. ;=)

Glad K enjoyed my mom's musikh today - tank woo fur the Urge Overkill - great suggestion!

Have a great weekend!


Tracey and Huffle said...

Suka, dya want me to come over and scratch the new dog? That's not a nice way to treat my friend! I'll tell her off for you!

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

Sophy said...

Well, that's not right! I hope your mom can fix the hole in the fence 'cuz you shouldn't have to have her barking at you and getting into your territory!


Khyra The Siberian Husky said...



Khome on over and zoooooom with me!


Kodak the Eskie said...

Wow, the nerve of noisy nosey dog to come into YOUR yard!! I hope you can patch up the hold she is getting through in.

Hugs, Kodak