Good evening all. We hope you're enjoying your Sunday. We had a lovely long walk this morning with the servants, two square meals, one of which contained lots of nice fish. The male servant also insisted on brushing our teeth; we did tell him there was no need but he insisted anyway. After that we all watched the Formula One Grand Prix together... well to be truthful we actually slept through it but it was on the television nevertheless. We knew it was on as the noise of the cars kept making our ears flap and we were dreaming about running fast like a Formula One car! The servants then went off to Wolverhampton to fetch goodies for our doggy cupboards and ever since they've returned we've been bothering them so they give us some of those treats. So far we've managed to get two biscuits each but the night is still young and I'm sure we can prise a few more away from that cupboard yet!
Most of you will be aware that this week has seen people getting far too excited about something called Black Friday. We rarely get excited about such things. It's usually squirrels and treats we get excited about.
However, this Black Friday thing has got us thinking.... and we say FORGET Black Friday, why not go and fuss a black greyhound instead?!
There are loads of black hounds like us at rescue shelters who often get overlooked for some reason. Our servants chose wisely in rescuing us and we've rewarded them so much over the years by being good dogs, doing as we're told, letting them brush our teeth and clean our ears, not shouting at squirrels etc etc. The servants couldn't wish for three more noble and well behaved dogs to work with so we'd encourage anyone who doesn't own a black dog to go and get one straight away!
Just look at our faces in the above picture. Who can resist such sweet, innocent pooches like us?
Anyway, we've fallen on our feet but we do often spare a thought for all the poor dogs who don't have homes, regardless of breed and colour. Every dog deserves a home and none should be left in a pound :-( If you can offer a loving home to a dog, please think about doing so....
Anyway, until next week, we'll bid you a fond farewell. We're off to watch Country File and Planet Earth 2 and then we're off to bed.
Night all :-)
Ben, Lucy and Kylie were in conversation with themselves, reproduced for your reading pleasure.
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.