Reversible

Love to show you our new bandana. Well, actually this one is Ms. Zulu’s. Mine will have to wait until we get some fabric with my favorite colors.  It’s reversible so we can wear it on many occasions. Thank you Tails Around the Ranch for inspiring us to make one!

Benji

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As a real pro, action photos were taken of my agility runs by a real photographer (T&C Pet Photography). Apparently, that is the thing to do, so we bought some. Next time we hope to get them for free, like a real pro.

DC5_5043cWe like the first one the best. It almost looks like I’m stepping into another dimension. Which photo do you like the most?DC5_2831c.jpg

Benji

 

Ship Ahoy!

What a day today. We had our first trip on our new Follower. Ms. Zulu and I sniffed out the whole thing.  No, we didn’t find any hidden treasures.  And yes, that was a bit of a disappointment. Luckily our treat bag was brought onboard.

We tested everything inside and out and can honestly say that the Follower is a keeper. Ms. Zulu found the trampoline quite comfortable for lounging. I have to try that next time. The rigging is solid and the sailing is smooth. This means that I should be able to keep my feet dry so what is there not to like!

Have a great week,

Benji 

Flashback: Video 3

We are digging into our archives this week, so here is another flashback. Ms. Zulu has had a food puzzle called Dogtwister (level 3) for a couple of years. She never really seemed to care for it. Benji however, was eager to solve the puzzle when he was only 7 weeks old. He is a fast learner, especially when food is involved. In the video, Benji shows two different puzzles: Dogtwister (Nina Ottosson) and Move-2-Win (Trixie Pet Products). Both puzzles are level 3, the highest level as far as we know. Don’t be fooled by Benji’s appearance; he was only 15 weeks old in the video. We would love to hear from you if there are any other more challenging puzzles for Benji to try.