Dad and I are getting into a daily routine.  This makes me happy and feel secure. Here’s how my day goes-

Each morning I wake up with the sun and Dad takes me right out. Then he gives me and Zoe our breakfast. Zoe is our 13 year old cat who was living with Dad before I showed up.  We’re becoming good friends. Dad says sometimes I play too rough for Zoe, so he made her a special fort.

Cat on a table

She can jump up there and come down to play when she wants.  It’s really helping out – she seems to be less nervous around me!  She still doesn’t want to wrestle but I’ll keep asking.

Dad leaves me for the morning while he goes to work. Fine by me – did I mention I love to sleep?

Dog sleeping

Around noon, Dad comes home and we all have lunch.  Next Dad brings me to work for the whole afternoon.  He says we’re lucky because most doggies don’t get to come to work. I wear a special puppy seat belt to keep me safe. I’d rather sit in Dad’s lap but he won’t let me. He says it’s “dangerous” – silly humans.

Dog in car

Once we get to work at the Big Green Den everyone comes to visit and pet me.

Dog getting pet

There are toys there I get to play with. I like to pull the insides out! I try not to swallow them since it could give me a bad tummy ache.

Dog with toy

dog toy

It gives YOU a tummy ache? What about me? I feel so deflated..

After playing I settle in for a nap under Dad’s desk.

sleeping dog

Now I even have my own bed under his desk!

sleeping dog

After about a million years, we leave the Big Green Den. Sometimes we go for a walk in the in woods

Sometimes we go to the dog park to see my new friends.



2 dogs

Last we go home and have dinner. I’m usually really tired and I sleep for along time before doing it all over again tomorrow.




She’s tired!?

Did you have a rough day Donkey?

Have a rough day Donkey?


You don’t know the half of it Jackie!











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