Originally Posted by chaospony
That looks like fun.
It's nice when you can have the park to yourself, or at least mostly to yourself.
I am a failure as a dog owner and was too lazy to take the girls for their Christmas dog park run. I sat around and ate chocolate instead while they played in the yard.
I love going on Christmas - only the dog people are there and it's so much fun. We can really only go on days when no one else will be there anyway though. Tipper gets overwhelmed after awhile and starts air snapping at dogs (which isn't a huge deal but it stresses me and Matt AND her out so we try to avoid it). She lasts a lot longer when there's hardly anyone there.
I think I saw your pictures from Christmas - your dogs looked super happy hanging out in your backyard.
Originally Posted by SaraB
Zinga is a thigh biter. I now only wear ripped jeans when I work her because I always end up with little Zinga-nip sized rips on my thighs.
That would drive me insane! I don't have enough jeans to have dogs putting holes in them! We're at the point where Tipper only herds us if she's waaaaaaay overstimulated and she really wants something. But she's never ripped clothing or anything, which I'm really grateful for. I bet she did as a puppy though....Mu tore a hole in my pants trying to get me out of the kitchen once. Lol.
Originally Posted by noludoru
For some reason I thought Tipper was a boy.
For years now. . . I'm kind of clueless I guess.
She looks soooo corgi-like everywhere but the face. She's just adorable! I wonder what her siblings look like.
LOL. Her and Mu are named pretty ambiguously so I don't get upset when people think they're boys.
It's really really common with Mu actually (I guess it's her coloring and her standoffish attitude?).
I would dearly love to find the siblings for all my dogs. And puppy pictures of Murphy. Can you imagine how cute and fluffy he must have been?