“Anybody who doesn’t know what soap tastes like never washed a dog.” ~Franklin P. Jones
Equals Two Smelly Dogs
Early this morning, from outside my balcony, I heard a familiar whistle. My friend, Jean, was walking her dog, Dusty. Her crisp whistle said: “Come out and play.”
Pepper had started dancing around even before I heard the whistle. Her keen sense of smell had already alerted her to the fact that her best friend was outside. She was excited and begged for us to go out and join in the fun.
What Pepper wants, Pepper usually gets.
And so it was that Jean and I sat talking at a picnic table, while our two dogs romped around in the grass. Then suddenly a tantalizing scent caught the dogs’ attention. . Before we two humans could react, the two canines were rolling their bodies around and around and around on a specific spot in the grass. .
When we hollered at them to stop, they both came running, jumped up on the table, and with grinning faces tried to give us kisses.
Jean and I quickly recoiled. Yuck! Both dogs smelled like poop
Our next order of business, regardless of other plans for the day, was doggie baths.
Bean Pat: Fall Hike http://tinyurl.com/mw2pjly Take a short Colorado hike with Andy.