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Friday, July 09 2010

 

While On Duty, Briar can be a very serious dog.         

When she is Off Duty, she is still a giant puppy who enjoys playing with the other dogs.  Border Collie is her favorite playmate. (Mostly because she is so big that no one else wants to play with her!)  She is quickly outgrowing Border Collie too and because of the size difference, I do not allow them to play by themselves.  Lily is 34 pounds.  Briar is a LOT bigger than that!  Briar has no clue that her rough play could seriously injure her Little Buddy.  Lily is aware of the danger, but feels that since she is a Border Collie, then she is Bullet-Proof and Invisible, and no harm can come to her. 

Because of this, I supervise their play.

  At first the play is fun for both of them.

  Briar likes chasing.

  Lily likes being chased. 

 

  Up to a point . . .  

There always comes a time in the play when Lily looks up at me and suddenly stops playing as if she switches On Duty.  I'm not sure if she really is On Duty, or if this is the canine equivalent of "I think my Mother is calling me now."

  Briar always ignores the fact that Lily has stopped playing.

  Perhaps if I bite her tail she would play again.

  And here it is . . . The Look.

The Look that says, "Bitch, let go of my tail or I'll tear your ears off your head."  Briar never fails to completely miss The Look. 

  In fact, Briar escalates the problem by hooking a big hairy arm over Lily's back. At this point, I'm sure Lily is well aware that she weighs only 34 pounds.  It is time to drop the camera and rescue Lily from her rambunctious playmate, and rescue Briar from herself.

"Good thing Mom stepped in.  I mighta had to open up a can of Whoop-Ass!"

 

 

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 08:58 am   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Comments:
Oh man, Lily is BEAUTIFUL! It never escapes me that she reminds me so much of Emma June, too. Even at 34 pounds, exactly what Emma weighs. And the LOOK! Emma's look when she's done with whatever is going on. That's the look that says it all, isn't it? And the pretend "mama's calling"? You could call the girls littermates, they are so alike! Hey! The mama's calling me! Gotta go now! and if that doesn't work? I'm going to tear your ears off. Yep. Just like my little gal. Too funny.
Posted by Sue on 07/11/2010 - 09:00 AM
Yes! She is a delightful dog. It's hard to believe that such a little tiger only weighs 34 lbs!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 07/11/2010 - 10:55 AM

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