I don’t know what kind of dog he is but I know he has more energy than any dog I’ve ever seen! Heck, I don’t even know his name. Poor fellow! By the time his family gets home, he’s going to think his name is “Dog” because that’s all we call him. So far, Speck hasn’t figured out he’s here. Speck smells him on us but they haven’t met. “Dog” is so friendly and naive, I’d hate for him to meet Speck and realize not every dog is as friendly as he is.
Our friends had a little emergency and we’ve been going to their house to take care of “Dog” but they’re not going to be home for at least six days so we decided this would work out better for us and “Dog” if he came here. He’s used to staying in a crate during the day and he’s just one of those dogs that’s happy no matter what you do with him so he’s fine downstairs in a crate and Speck can stay upstairs and never the two shall meet! 🙂
“Dog” has a fenced back yard but we do not. While we were still at his house, he found a pile of dirt left by an underground animal. Before I could stop this little white dog, he had dug in that fresh damp dirt with his nose, his front paws and his back paws. I couldn’t take him back in the house like that so I squirted him off with the water hose and then towel dried him. Someone, including me, would lose an arm trying that with Speck. “Dog” was so busy trying to catch the water coming out of the hose, I don’t think he ever noticed he what I was doing to him.
Vince found this green bucket that had some dirt in it and placed it over the pile of soft dirt. When we went back later and let him out again, “Dog” was determined he was going to dig in that dirt again.
Maybe from another angle he could get in that fresh dirt.
Nope, that didn’t work either. How about from this angle?
Kinda hard to tell the front end from the back end in this picture!