MY DOG LEADS TWO LIVES
What you've stumbled upon is one of the most unique and exciting canine stories you'll ever be told.
Omar Blue is his name. A 120 lb. blue Doberman. He lives at home with me, part of the time. Other times, he goes off to a town he and his fierce pack of canine followers have founded and named K9 Town, USA.
Join Omar Blue and his Pack. Become a part of their fantastic, mystical journey.
I think I bugged Omar so much about strolling alone at K-9 Town, USA that he told me about one day when him and Major Diggs, his second in charge, were taking a walk through the woods. They knew this party for Sookie was thought up when they saw him and the major coming but that's okay because the potbellied pigs are nice and don't start trouble. They make good friends.
Aren't they cute, and so in love. Can't you tell. Omar says there were quite a few of them at the party and his pack had a ball. See what happened...
It had to happen sooner or later. But their so little. When Omar told us about it I could have cried, but everyone else was so excited and happy I snapped out of it right away. The puppies have to learn how to protect themselves. I sometimes forget that they live in the wilds. I had not heard about the woods monsters. When I asked Omar, he just said, don't worry we can handle them. He says the puppies are still excited and haven't stopped talking about it yet. They're proud of themselves and they know the Elders are proud of them too.
He told me exactly what happened that day and of course I'm going to tell you. Remember though, Omar Blue and his Pack don't look for trouble, but when it comes they "handle it."
The K-9 Town puppies planned to skip class. This time they had made it all the way to a small hill and thought they were successfully hiding amongst the flowers, when schoolmarm Sophie Jean caught up with them. They didn't think she saw them. But when the youngest puppy, Beauregard, saw his mommy, he happily ran over to her. Oh nooo!
Sophie could hardly hold in her grin as she sternly rounded them up. She was thinking, if only they could stay this small and trouble free. It was time for teaching though. They must be taught how to survive above all else, and Rottweiler Brady, the professor, was waiting to do just that.