happy, happy, happy ! for Flossie, for you, for the tiny dog, the lovely son & of course the Team.xo S & les Gang
May I just say how spooked I am to keep seeing my fireplace in your living room. If I arranged my Lovely Son in an armchair nearby we could be twinned. I don't have a Flossie though.
I think it looks like true love to me ...lol
Large black dogs are learning quickly, aren't they?
Now Flossie, you will need to break as many rules as possible while the LS is there. Get Rachel trained in other words.
uh oh.... all rules out the window now... how can you have certain rules one day and not the next? .... consistency ... gone now..... lovely Son has blown all the training.......
By the looks of it both of them are going to melt off that chair in a minute and snore on the floor , anyway .
Ah a rational lab. There's no getting around you Flossie.XO your ever admiring jane
Dogs are always lap dogs, no matter what their size and chairs are just the right shape to accommodate a dog - especially a damp one!
I'm in love with your DOG!!!!!
Small black dogs are equally devious! Penny x
Dear Flossie - I think you and lovely Son ought to go and buy a washable throw for Rachel to put over the chair, for when you are disobeying the House Rules!!
House rules? Pah!Rachel, you don't stand a chance while the LS is there. Your picture is the loveliest - could hug them both.
Awww, but they look so cosy together! There's nothing better than a big armchair and a lovely dog - how can you argue with that?Dan-x-
Just been catching up on your posts. So glad that Flossie is settling in. We had rules like your when we got our dog, they lasted about two months! All the furniture was covered with washable throws, so you can see who was in charge here.
What a cutie! (And the dog is pretty nice looking, too... *wink*)
I'd bet that, some years ago, you had some rule about "no sons' feet propped on the coffee table" too, didn't you? See how these things work out? With complete empathy,June
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