I’m lucky to have two big sisters. Madison and I have been close almost since day one. It has been hard on both of us with her surgery. Mom feels bad that we can’t play, so she has started letting us hang out for a few supervised minutes. We both appreciate it, but I can’t help but attack and try to wrestle with her, so off I have to go to my kennel.
Bailie has been a tough nut for me to crack. I think I have been bugging her more than usual because I want someone to play with. She started playing some more tug a war with me. It is a fun game, but her heart doesn’t really see to be in it.
Finally, she has let me join in her favorite game – chase! It happened once or twice in the past few weeks, but the other night, it was a full on game of you can’t catch me, including hunting calls as we chased. It went on for about half an hour, and then we both came inside and crashed out hard.
Bailie took my Pup-A-Brewski and hit the road. Naturally, I wanted my toy back, so I ran after her. I’m pretty fast, but she is bigger and has more running experience.
Never once did I take my eyes off the prize. I wanted my toy back, but chasing my sister was a lot of fun too.
Look at how happy Bailie is. It’s obvious she is having a really good time running fast with my toy!
Whoops! Accidents happen. Bailie dropped the toy, and I thought maybe I could snatch it up. Well, that didn’t happen, but it was a nice thought.
You have to admit, at these high speeds, we have some pretty funny running forms!
My eyes are always doing silly things. I’ve got my eyes on that toy, I so want it back!
Can you believe we got tired of running after a while? Well, we did. I decided to get another toy since Bailie wouldn’t give mine back to me. I sure am lucky to have two big sisters. Even if one is out of commission for a while, the other can play with me now!
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