My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Omar Blue - The Takeover and the Female's Strategy

Hi. I'm just drying off while Ma is getting our snacks ready. It's raining out so we're going to settle down. My baby brother, Babee Blue, is sleeping.

I'm not used to having him around yet, but Ma says I'm doing better every day.
He is kind of cute. Reminds me of myself when I was a little pup. If you look close you can see him.

Ma's been asking about the K-9 Town females. They're always up to something. I'm going to tell her the latest. They don't like for us males to interfere, so we don't, unless they need us.

Sometimes they're as entertaining as the puppies. (I wouldn't let them hear me say that. Lol)

Here's Ma. I can start now....


Excerpt from THE TAKEOVER:

As the female timber wolves continued to observe, the K-9 Town females gathered the puppies and piglets and started to take a walk. They walked, talked, and made merry, knowing, but seemingly not paying attention, to the female timber wolves right behind them. In fact, if the timber wolves had followed any closer, it would have appeared that dogs and wolves were one group instead of two.

With no warning, the dogs reached a clearing with a body of water unlike anything the wolves had seen before. Smoke rose from the surface of the water, but the fire was yet to be seen.  

Instead of backing up, the K-9 Town females continued to go forward. So did the female timber wolves.

What the wolves saw next left them terrified!

Why were the dogs still going forward when they had to see them too?

Mountain Lions!!

There were lots of them relaxing, but not in the water. As the K-9 Town females approached, the mountain lions actually greeted them fondly.

Afraid, but determined not to show it, the timber wolves continued to follow the dogs.

Bad move!

The mountain lions leaped directly in front of the wolves, bearing their teeth, and blocking their path.

Even timber wolf leader, Hanna, was so afraid that she slicked back her ears and lowered her belly to the ground in complete submission.

As she and the other wolves cowered in fear, they heard one of the K-9 Town females call out, “Thank you dear friends, we think we’ve gotten our point across.”

The mountain lions backed away, teeth beared and growling just to show the timber wolves that they were lucky the K-9 Town females had called them off.

When Hanna and the others regained their senses, they walked slowly over to the K-9 Town females who had just saved their lives. Under no circumstances would they consider passing the mountain lions without the protection of the dogs.

It was the beautiful poodle Sophie Jean who spoke softly as she could see the timber wolves were still shaken and afraid.

“The mountain lions were once our enemies.” she explained. “We had to show them our strength to gain their respect just as we will show our strength to Shocka Din and the rest of you, though it will take much less effort.”

“But for now,” added Conchita, the perky Chihuahua, “We invite you to join us in the soothing comfort of the hot water.”

“The water here will relax you and put you in mind of a better way to live, instead of the troublesome lives you have chosen,” said Pit Bull Margie.
What you have just read is a small portion of a large story, condensed into a novelette, for a quick,  engaging read. 
Omar is getting weary of having the timber wolves around. He's going to bring things to a head soon.  When he does, the climax will be different than anything you might expect. The final confrontation/extraordinary battle is one you don't want to miss.
Now available at and Kindle Books at very favorable prices.
The Takeover

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