OK. He is one very interesting dog…
We know the FG would NOT go through the self designed screen dog door. He could be outside and would stand and squeak to be let in. And vice versa if he wanted to go out. But just as I suspected, he was doing it to train her highness. How do I know? Well, Thursday night, in between rain showers, her highness went to take me and Einstein for a quick walk. There were puddles after the rain, and we know what we PONs think of puddles. Therefore, the walk was not too long.
We came back in the house, and her highness was going to take the FG for a walk. But he wasn’t at the door to greet us. My human glanced around the kitchen and dining room. No FG. And then she looked out on the deck. There, all relaxed and lying down looking right at her highness was the FG. Busted. He went out there all by himself. Guess she will no longer be opening the door for him.
We know the FG is a “watcher” too. He watches birds, bunnies and butterflies. So I guess it should come as no surprise when my human caught him “watching” something yesterday morning. She had just gotten dressed to take us out for our morning walks. She came into the kitchen, and noticed the FG lying in a contorted position under the rail of a dining room chair. He was lying on his side. Watching something. On closer inspection, she saw that he was watching a large June Bug crawling under the table. He was inches from the dopey, slow moving walnut with legs. My human gathered up the intruder with a large wad of paper towel and took the wad outside. I’m not sure what happened to the FG’s new friend after that….
So our clever “pointy-earred PON” continues to amaze. If you see my human, ask her about that designation…
Have a good one. Peace and paws up.
Seizure free days: 21