Dogs in the Hood

Took our normal bike ride to MacRae’s the other morning and played with all the pooches.  On the way back I spotted these adorable little bundles of chaos!

Dogs in the Hood
Clark and Lois

These cuties are part Jack Russell and part Beagle and brother and sister.  How much fun is it going to be raising them?

Dogs in the Hood
Lois
Dogs in the Hood
Clark

A puppy can’t get much cuter than these two.  Well, Maggie was pretty cute.  Here she is helping me with my website back in 2000.

Dogs in the Hood
Maggie Mayhem

Maggie was a funny little puppy that liked to amuse us at that age.  She liked to stalk her stuffed toys and shake the stuffing out of them.  She also chewed all the corners off of our bathroom cabinets, enjoyed pulling the threads out of our berber carpeting throughout the entire house, and one day shredded 12 rolls of toilet paper.  Funny little puppy.

Looking forward to seeing Lois and Clark in the future and hearing about their exploits.

And here’s Mingo, getting bigger, but not quite growing into those ears yet!

Dogs in the Hood

Not a puppy, but Bacca is still cute.

Dogs in the Hood

I read once that if you have a fat dog, you aren’t getting enough exercise.  Well, some consider Maggie a chunky monkey (we like to say that she’s buff).   She walks two miles with us every other day.  On bike days, she doesn’t just ride in the bike basket–she always starts and ends our bike rides with a run.

Dogs in the Hood

Dogs in the Hood
Maggie, worn out and ready to take her 6 hour nap!

Maggie’s almost 13 and still going strong.  And still amusing us.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Dogs in the Hood

    • I thought about puppynapping but Terry probably wouldn’t like to take two more crazy hyper dogs on our trips! Tough enough dragging Maggie around the country!

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