Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Hi, Kat here. I sneaked onto Dad's computer. Mom is still gone and I don't know if that's got Steve and me agitated or what, but last night, we had a major fight. I mean MAJOR. We've never fought like that before. It's just that I'm sick and tired of Steve trying to take everything I have and I let him have it. Of course, he let me have it right back and after Dad stopped the fight, I was limping. Steve doesn't give up though, and as you can see in the latest video on our video page, he just kept yelling at me to give him my toys. I'm good at ignoring him though. Dad was really worried about our viscous fighting. I heard him talking to Mom about it on the phone. Maybe we just haven't worked out our pack hierarchy or something. Anyway, we're okay now. We wrestled and stuff this morning before we went to day camp. I just hope he doesn't try any of his antics tonight to steal my stuff.
PS. I want to give a bark out to my Texas grandma. I know she reads our blog and she sent us a package in the mail the other day with toys in it. How great are Grandmas? If they sent packages with toys and treats, I think I need like 100 million grandmas. Anyway, thanks so much!!!
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 3:28 PM
Monday, March 26, 2007
I’ve got my ears. They still are kind of like rabbit ears, but I’m starting to grow into them.Then there’re my brown eyes. Kat said she has blue eyes like our human dad, well I have brown eyes like our human mom. We take after our parents that way.Next up is my nose and a little bit of my tongue. I have a little bit of dirt on my nose in this picture, even though I’m typically not the one digging holes. I leave that for Kat. Sometimes I have scratches on my nose for tormenting Wilbur. I guess I had been being good when this picture was taken.Here’s my paw. It’s not as speckled as Kat’s.Finally my fluffy tail that Kat wrote about yesterday. Mom says it’s good for sweeping the floor when I’m sitting in anticipation of getting a treat.Steve
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 4:13 PM
Friday, March 23, 2007
Well, Wilbur just kind of hogged the computer yesterday. I can’t believe he posted his parts before me! Cats. You can’t live with them but you can live without them. (Not if they are spelled with a “k” like me though.) Anywoo, luckily Mom took pictures of us before she left so we could post our parts while she's gone.
Now for my parts. First up, my ear. It’s really furry and Mom thinks furry ears are cute.Next is my eye. It’s nice and blue. That was one of the first things Mom and Dad noticed about me. My pretty blue eyes, just like my dad. (My human dad, that is!)Here’s my nose. Sometimes it is covered with dirt from digging, but in this picture it’s clean.Next we have my polka-dotted paw. It’s pink and black and cute all over.Finally, we have a picture of my rear end. That’s Steve on the left. He’s so much fluffier than I am. I mean, look how fluffy his tail is! Oh wait, this entry is about MY parts. So just ignore Steve. Kat
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 3:39 PM
Thursday, March 22, 2007
With all of the puppies doing “their parts” entries in the blogging circle (like the Army of Four, Turbo, Holly, Frodo, Sitka, and others) , I decided that I shouldn’t be left out. Sure, I’m not a puppy. But I’m a part of this blog, fair and square. (Just read the title.) So without further ado, here are my parts.
Here’s my tail. You will notice that it is striped like a tiger, displaying my true heritage. Domestic short-hair, I think not. I’m an undomestic tiger.Here’s my ear. I don’t want to hear any comments about being an old man with ear hair.This is my nose. It’s pretty cute, if I do say so myself.One of my front paws is shown in this next picture. Notice, I was nice and didn’t show off my razor sharp tiger claws. Every once in a while, I’m nice like that. It's kinda blurry because I didn't want to sit still.Finally, I saved the best for last, here is my eye. Look how menacing and calculating it is. Mom says I have snake eyes. I happen to know that she is terrified of snakes, so that must mean that she lives in fear of me as well. Just like I like it. That way she does whatever I want. Wilbur
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 3:42 PM
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Mommy has to go to Georgia today for her work. She said she couldn't take us, so that's no good. Wilbur tried to sneak out of the house with Mom, but she found him.
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 5:20 AM
Sunday, March 18, 2007
Yesterday we went to training practice like we do almost every weekend. We had a different trainer because our usual one wasn't there. Anyway, the trainer said that we were doing really great on our training "for huskies". Apparently he is wise to the husky ways and knows that we don't like to mind. Guess what else he told my parents? He told them that when they tell us to sit and we do, but we sit on their feet, it's our way of saying, "Fine, I will sit, but I'm still going to dominate you." He told them not to let us sit or lay down on their feet anymore when they were giving us a command because they are supposed to dominate us. This is a warning to all of you blogging dogs. DO NOT let your parents go to dog training. They might learn secrets about doggie behavior that we don't want them to know. Don't let yourself become like we are where we have to mind and be good.
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 11:23 AM
Saturday, March 17, 2007
Yesterday I went to the vet without Kat. I had to stay there all day and when I came home, I had a bandage on my front leg. (I think I was also missing some parts down yonder, but that hasn't concerned me much.) Check out how tough I am with my bandage.
I mean, look at me. I'm just lying on my bed like nothing has happened. Kat said, "Oh Stevie! What happened to you today???" She was really worried. But me, I was all like, "What do you mean, sister-dog? I don't feel anything. I'm a tough husky. I feel so good that I could go out and pull a sled 100 miles through the snow." However, Mom and Dad kind of put a damper on my sled pulling plans because they won't let me jump or run around or do anything to show how tough I am with my bandage and stitches. Parents ruin everything.
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 7:39 AM
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 4:32 AM
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
I'm sure all of you puppies are familiar with that box that your moms and dads are so interested in. You know, the one with the pictures and the sounds that come out of it. Well, the other day, Mom and Dad were watching the picture box and they did their usual thing where they try to bribe Kat and me to be good for a while with Busy Bones. I decided to do a little research into what is so great about the picture box, so I ate my Busy Bone extra fast and watched the box too. Here is what I discovered. (That's me watching the box.)
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 12:48 PM
Wednesday, March 7, 2007
It's a theme going around the blogging circuit that everypuppy is posting their puppy pictures. Now, even though I am still a puppy, I absolutely cannot stand to be left out. (Just ask Kat when she's getting some attention from Mom or Dad.) So I'm going to post some never-before-seen-very-early-in-life pictures of me. (I'll also throw in some of Kat just because I feel like being nice today.)
So those are some of our puppy pictures. I hope you liked them. (Thanks to our huskymama's mom (Northern Light Huskies) for her good photography skills and for giving us all of our baby pictures!)
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 10:10 AM
Monday, March 5, 2007
Hey puppies! I hope everyone had a good weekend. We sure did. We went to the park a few times, so that was good. On Friday, there was another husky there and she really liked us. Her mom said that she is usually protective of her dad and mom, but the other husky let me sit on her mom's feet and she didn't do anything. I bet she knew that I was a fellow husky so it was all good.
Another good thing about this weekend-- no bath! Usually Steve and I get a bath on Friday night. But since it was the beginning of the month and we had been de-crittered, we got a free pass! We always get those yummy things to eat to prevent creepy-crawlies in our insides at the beginning of the month and that other stuff that Mom and Dad hold us down and part our fur to squirt on us to prevent critters on our outsides. So because they had just put that stuff on our skin, we didn't get a bath. I don't like being held down so they can put that stuff on the back of my neck, but if it gets me out of a bath, maybe it isn't so bad. To celebrate, I dug a hole, just to see if they would go back on their "No Bath" policy for this weekend. They didn't. I just got a wet rag to my feet which is not nearly as bad as a bath.
We are going to training tonight and we have been practicing. Last time the trainer threw treats in front of us and expected us not to try to get them. I did pretty good, but it was VERY hard for Steve. I wonder what kind of tricks the trainer has up his sleeve for us this time. At least I know now that after the lesson we get to eat all of the treats that had been tempting us during the lesson!
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 2:07 PM
Thursday, March 1, 2007
Thanks to our friend Althea, we now have new toys. Mom bought them when she picked us up from camp today. We got a Good Cuz and a Bad Cuz, 'cause we're both depending on what part of the day it is! We really like these toys. They are squeaky and bouncy and chewy and tons of fun. Kat likes to put it in the water bowl and then chase it around in the water. Thanks Althea!
Posted by Steve, Kat, & Wilbur at 6:32 PM