Cute Overload :D
Everyone knows you shouldn’t let a dog get too close when you have your hose on.
Daisy just changed Nosevember to Hosevember, PburghStever
Love that wet dog smell!
How else are you supposed to deal with the dog days of summer?
Dogs lurve the hose! But you try to get them near the bathtub and its panic and pandemonium all over the house…
Daisy – what a poifect name for such a clean, fresh dawrg!
It’s the ten time this week!! The whole “I’m watering the Daisy” is just not funny anymore dad.
YAY Pyrit!!! run/ hose !!!!
(Yay Daisy, also, of course!)
I love her squinty little face. 🙂
Kudos to Pyrit for 260Oakley-style pun, as Leslie already noted….seems I can’t come up with a thought of my own t’night….gah!
CO has had a very long history of illustrious punsters, since the days of yore, almost since antiquicutie.
Pyrit’s the star of this show. I’m just the punderstudy.
Ha! We used to have a springer spaniel and we had to spell the word “bath” around him because he would run and jump into the tub the moment he heard it.
If there is one truism in this world it is, where there is water, there will be a lab.
I would have loved to see the results of the Big Shake ™ that came seconds after this shot.
We did that, and then he learned how to spell bath. He’s a freaking labrador. He has webbed toes. Why do you have to make our lives difficult, dog?
Took the words right out of my keyboard 🙂
interestingly, my lab/shepherd mix HATES the hose. in fact, last summer when it was 1000 degrees here in chicago, i got her a little kiddie pool and she wouldn’t go anywhere near it, as she had seen me filling it with the hose.
i love the arched back on daisy in the picture. pure canine bliss…
Auntie Heidi’s so proud of Daisy’s new found fame! 🙂
She’ll take care of you in your old age…
Next time you may want to try (to) support hose.