Thursday, March 09, 2006

Day 69 - Thursday (The surfing dude):
Woot, I woke up to the sound of my ALARM today! Generally I hate that sound, but now it means that Finster didn't wake me up! Woot. The play session went well. We worked on "carry" a bit more with the same results. Attacking the lunchbag like it insulted his mother but carrying the stick like it's his job. Then I went up to eat and shower. When I came back down to a nice quiet dog he had surfed the chew-eez beef basted rawhides, his antibiotics and some other crap. He was quietly munching on his 2nd rawhide. Looks like stuff on the table has to be moved out of his reach now.

For lunch we tried to go to the Canal Park but it is still closed. Why close it? So then I tried to go to the Tinker park but that park didn't allow dogs. So, I just pulled over and walked through some massive housing developments. Not very exciting, but Finster found some serious mud and was a mess.

After work we just went home, nothing too exciting. Finster and I played for a bit while E made some dinner. During dinner Finster did a bit more surfing. This time he collected a nice tasty camera bag with a delicious plastic battery holder and some plastic CF card holders. Luckily, there wasn't a battery or camera in the bag. Needless to say the bag got destroyed, but I'm sure it tasted great!

This prompted me to finally clean off the table. After dinner I went down and actually caught Mr. Finster surfing. I sprayed him with his "bad boy" water bottle and that gave him a clue that he isn't supposed to be doing that. We will see how effective the spraying was in the long term.

The rest of the evening was pretty boring. I read for a bit (A lost continent by Bill Bryson) as Finster played with his suspended rope. Then E came down and we showcased Finster's skills. He "carry"'d pretty well. He only attacked my lunch bag once! E was also impressed with the quick rollovers.

FYI: I finished the first and second Harry Potters and now Finster and I are on to the third one, Prisoner of azkaban. The first two were very fun and exciting, they remind me a lot of the Tom Sawyer/Huck Finn books, which are favorites of mine.

1 comments:

Oscar De La Hoya (The Dog) Thu Mar 09, 09:58:00 PM  

Finster, You can't stay clean especially this time of year. It's just all mud outside. So enjoy the walks, the investigating and play. You know how the old saying goes, "It will all come out in the wash".

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