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A Shape in A Drape

A Shape in A Drape

March 30, 2010
Posted in: Dogs | Reading Time: 1 minute

Juno came home from working Therapy Services with a new fashion accessory.

Hey Juno, that Dogmes scarf sure brings out the color in your eyes.

"Ain't nothing you can tell me I don't already know."

As usual, Juno wowed her audience with her tricks and good looks.Β  I have yet to fully understand why she enjoys putting on her vest and going to work. But she does and when she sees the hospital or nursing home from the car, she cries with anticipation.

Hey Juno, do you do this for the goo-goo eyes and wolf whistles that you get fromΒ  the crowd?

"I have come to the conclusion that my subjective account of my own motivation is largely mythical on almost all occasions. I don't know why I do things."

Sigh. Sibe logic never ceases to bewilder me.

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20 comments on “A Shape in A Drape”

  1. Ummm...

    Sibe Logic?

    Jumbo Shrimp?

    Human Intelligence?

    PeeEssWoo: I thought I pawed this but I didn't see it so please furgive me if it shows twice!

  2. Wooos Woo go girl! I love to go visiting too, woo- wooos! no such thing as Sibe logic to other species....
    ~husky kisses~
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

  3. Juno...who needs logic when you do such pawsome work!? Tell them to give you a break!

    ...also popping by to say a really big THANK YOU for your contribution to the incredible 'MAX-TERPIECE' gift. I am totally blown away with the kindness of cyber-buddies!


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  5. LOL yes I got a new puppy. His name is Aslan (means 'lion' in Turkish) and he's a three month old Akbash (Turkish livestock guard dog breed) that I got to raise as a guard dog for my goats and chickens. To see pictures and more info on him check out my living a farmer's life blog. The direct link to his posts is http://livingafarmerslife.blogspot.com/search/label/Training%20a%20Livestock%20Guard%20Dog

    I can't sign up for any obedience classes because there aren't any available in my area, but I sure wish there were. Thanks for the suggestion. πŸ™‚

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