A good doggy morning to one and all. We hope you are enjoying your weekend. It's marathon day in Wolverhampton today so we're looking forward to our walk in a while so we can go and say hello to all the extra people in the area today- and maybe get a fuss and some treats, you never know!
Well as you are well aware, we had to endure our baths last week. They weren't nice and to add insult to injury the servants keep walking up to us and smelling our heads and complimenting themselves on how clean we are and how nice we smell. This does absolutely nothing for our credibility and we would kindly request that they stop this behaviour right now, like immediately, like this second!!!
Just as we get the baths out the way, something very troubling came through the post last week...... flea and worming treatments!! Just when you think the storms have passed another one always seems to be lurking round the corner in this house. It should be called 'Dog House' as we seem to be permanently in one. We don't see the humans tipping water over themselves in the garden or putting flea treatment all over themselves and we're going to start a petition to get them to lead by example
The look on Ben's face above says it all. As this photo was taken he was kindly requesting the male servant to leave him alone, leave his teeth alone, leave his nails alone and to stop smelling his head (or words to that effect).
We hear the Pet Minicab is nearing completion. It would be done much quicker if the servants concentrated their efforts on sorting that instead of putting gunge all over us. Hopefully it will be ready in the next few weeks and then we can finally try it out. The accessories arrived this week and we're hoping the male servant will get his act together and unbox them all like now, like immediately, like this second.
Until next week, take care and stay dry as we hear rain is coming, or is that another bath???
Ben, Lucy & Kylie xx
Kylie & Lucy
We are occasionally lively greyhounds who live with two human servants. Sadly our house- mate Ben crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 23/09/18, just a few hours after writing his final blog. We miss him so much but we know he's running free and no longer in pain.