Mom ordered me an autumn collar from Miss Rebecca about a month ago. Seeing as she is in New Zealand, it takes awhile to get here.
It arrived on Saturday and Mackie and I gave it the test to see if I could get it dirty in 5 minutes☺
We got an email from dad a couple of days ago. It seems that he was having dinner at a restaurant with friends. He had driven his Ford Pick-up and Mackie and Jett were with him waiting in his truck. Mackie was in the driver's seat and Jett was in the back seat. He parked his truck right out front where he could keep an eye on the dogs.
Luckily, he glanced up at the right time and he thought that he saw his truck moving. OMD, he DID see his truck moving! It was rolling away down the hill in the parking lot!
Dad jumped up and ran out of the restaurant as fast as he could - all along trying to get the key out of his pocket to open the door and stop the runaway truck!
He said that Mackie was looking at him running alongside the truck from the driver's seat. His truck was heading for a bank in the same parking lot. Thankfully, his truck crashed softly into a pipe handrail outside the bank where it came to rest.
He told us that everyone in the restaurant was watching the whole event unfold. Thank doG no one was hurt! Dad said that both Mackie and Jett were totally unfazed by Mackie's first driving lesson☺
And by the way - just in case you were wondering. No doggie engaged the gear shifter. Dad says that it's a transmission issue that needs to be addressed.
On another note~
Remember the barn raising in May in Northford - two doors down from Dad's house? It's Miss Heather's barn. It's all finished and looking just beautiful!
We love it white!
Hey, Mackie. Don't plan on driving mom's car when you come to visit us☺
The yummy ingredients are chicken, apples and coconut and lots of other stuffs that doesn't sound quite as delicious but mom says they're good for me.
"Every bite is loaded with chicken as the first ingredient plus wholesome
apples, and a boost of goodness from probiotics to support your dog’s
digestive and immune health. Tear them into bite-sized pieces for
training, or treat your pal to a whole jerky when he’s been extra good!
They’re slow-cooked to perfection in a natural smokehouse for a flavor
your pal will jump, sit, and stay for, and they have none of the extra
calories from sugar or cane molasses. Plus, they’re made in the USA with
no grains, added salt, corn, wheat, gluten, soy, artificial
preservatives, colors or flavorings."
They're soft and can be torn into a smaller training treat but luckily, mom didn't do that. I got the entire 4 inch treat☺
These chicken jerkys are a great size for stuffing my pickle!
What do you think about another one, mom? I am being a very good girl and keeping this pumpkin hat on my head!
Mom decided that yesterday would be a good popcorn and movie day. It was rainy and depressing. Mom had never seen this movie before and had high hopes that she would like it. She's kind of fussy about what she watches. She said that it was an "okay" movie.
But the best part of popcorn and movie day isn't the movie - it's the popcorn, right☺ So mom made the popcorn before the movie started~
Keep it coming, AirePopper! We want lots and lots!
I will wait over here seeing as that machine is making all sorts of scary noises, mom!
Are you going to share any of that popcorn with me soon?
I hope we can have a popcorn and movie day again soon. At least this movie had a happy ending!