Friday, April 27, 2007

Daily blogs are a little too much

Well, now my week of posting every day is coming to a close and, honestly, I think every day is too much, even though I am proud of my person that she lived up to her promises for once.

And though my person would love to remain my slave--or let me be clearer, my blogging slave (it goes without saying that she is my slave in all other ways and that won't change)--it seems like blogging every day doesn't give the community sufficient time to digest and enjoy all I have to say. It seems as soon as I post, I'm ready to post again. So, I've declared that we will go back to the twice or three times a week blogging schedule we previously observed.

Now that the announcements are out of the way, we can move on to today's topic. It's about Kyzer. We did our first group photo with him a couple of days ago and I think he handled it nicely. He sat and stayed while the picture was being taken. You know, you can't practice too much or too early for the holiday shots. And, of course, we are all looking forward to this week-end's DWB wine and cheese fest in celebration of the first anniversary of Dogs with Blogs. And we want to be ready to provide lots of candids.

In addition to working with him on his group social skills, I've remained a bit distressed over his almost unseemly relationship with the dastardly Fox-kitty. You may remember that he and Fox have been close friends since Kyzer joined the pack. The rest of us tolerated this friendship because he was a young dog and frankly it kept Fox out of our hair. But we also assumed that as he grew, Kyzer would take his rightful position within the DOG pack and leave behind his childhood dalliances. But, alas, it has not happened that way.

Look what I observed just yesterday over the course of less than an hour.First, there he lay with Fox in a Yin-Yang kind of thing. But at least he was alert and watchful.

That didn't last long at all, however.

And then, this. Tell me, friends, whatever should the rest of us do to bring this youngster back to the path of the righteous and true? Really, the next thing you know, he'll be licking the mail carrier and offering up a cookie.


Sunshade said...

Ah ohh... that Kyzer... he's turned on us DAWGS!!!!!

Is he coming to the PAWTY tonight???? Are you guys getting excited that you're running in circles and biting at each other's hocks???

My legs are quivering out of excitment (it's a terrier thing).

Love nibbles,
Miss Sunshade

Deanna said...

That is the cutest thing ever! Maybe he was just cold...

Oscar's mummy and daddy said...

Aw, that's a great group photo of you all.

Oscar x

The Army of Four said...

Oh wow. You don't think Kyzer's gone over to the dark side, do you? Maybe he's just gathering Intel or something.
Where were Renzo and the lovely Miss Tansy for the group shot?

Freda said...

Hey Pips,

Did any sun shinys show up at your place?

Loves the herd photo. Neato!

I don't know abouts that Fox and Kyzer. Hmmm... Sounds like a great show, Fox and Kyzer. But we are taught to be tolerant. Guess Fox and Kyzer are leadin' the way. Cooools!

I also would likes to bark every light but I think I am wearin' out my secretary. Guess he needs the rest.

I got to the DWB pawtys twice, but my buddy, Tule, was visitin' over the weeksend. Didn't hit the CHEESE as much as I wanted to.



The Army of Four said...

Dear Pippin,
The real question is ... is Kyzer becomming a cat ... or is Fox becomming a dog?
Tail wags,