My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Omar Blue - The Takeover and The Puppies' Strategy

I'm waiting for my new baby brother, Babee Blue. He isn't home yet because he's too little, but Ma says he'll be here soon.

I'm going to teach him all kinds of stuff.

The K-9 Town puppies and the visiting potbelly piglets want Babee Blue to hurry too. They want him with them when the timber wolf pups try to take over. He should be ready by then. Here he is. Already 11 days old.

Excerpt from "The Takeover"

The K-9 Town puppies decided they would teach the potbellied piglets how to protect themselves. If there were big bad, mean timber wolves, there had to be little bad, mean timber wolves. Puppies and piglets agreed, they had to be ready. 

They first made an opening in the bushes nearby, just big enough for timber wolf pups to know that it was for them. This was the timber wolf puppy trap.

Unfortunately, piglet training wasn't going well. The baby potbelly pigs were having too much fun with this new contact activity. So much, that they were giving no consideration to the puppies well thought out plan.

No matter what the puppies tried, the little porky babies ended up sprawled out on top of them. The puppies were starting to ache and feel sore from this training effort.

They finally decided to try another tactic. The K-9 Town puppies would lure the wolf pups through the timber wolf puppy trap. The piglets would then sprawl out on top of the little trouble making wolves.

Of course, puppy nor piglet gave thought to the fact that the same protective eyes that were watching them during their current entertaining antics, would be watching them during any confrontation. In addition, when danger became evident, the babies would do what they were trained by the elders to do, without hesitation. This alone would render them unavailable for any altercation.

After the exhaustive teaching exercises and a meal that left them wanting nothing but a resting place, both puppies and piglets were asleep in no time at all.

Potbelly pigs Sookie and Mookie's son Dukie decided he'd rest with Rottweiler Brady's bunch. It's not unusual to find this, considering the close relationships.

Timber Wolf Shocka Din and his vicious followers want to disrupt and possibly end the way of life in K-9 Town and the surrounding areas that our friends call home? 

Never happen!!



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