Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Romper Room


Despite what it looks like here, Willa has decided Bob is lots of fun.





video

(Same video on YouTube HERE)

And then Ali joined in the fun . . .









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Yep, Bob is one of the gang now.





18 comments:

Victoria said...

Yay! Bob's new canine family is loving him! :) :)

Ms. A said...

Bet there is never a dull moment around there! Glad the new addition is working out!

June said...

I love it! And I love it not least for the fact that, through that crazy, fun play, they're getting their pack order organized and bonding. A doggy molecule picking up another atom.

Stella Jones said...

Bob is very sociable, isn't he. I'm glad he's been accepted now. Loved your video.

Christie Campbell said...

How sweet that they let Bob into the pack. Makes life easier I know. Now...Bob just needs to realize.hear got a good home and not run off.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a happy pack ! I would really be worried about the stained glass lamp behind the couch, LOL

Barbara Rogers said...

Since I'm not a dog person, I've never seen dogs-at-play, but this sure looks like they are having a great time!

KarenB said...

While the dogs playing is amusing, the funniest thing about that video is how John completely ignores the rumpus and calmly goes about his business.

Mel said...

Awww, so sweet, and so glad it didn't take long for them all to become friends.

Vicki Lane said...

Karen B -- John grew up in a house with five dogs and in our 51 years of marriages, we've always had multiple dogs -- he's inured to dog rumpus.

This is why we have leather sofas -- not a fashion statement - but because they withstand dog wear reasonable well. (What the kittehs are doing to them is another thing but I'd rather have dogs and cats than a pristine house.)

We do worry about the lamp and truly the dogs rarely rumpus to this extent. But we didn't discourage it this time because it was a bonding thing. Plus,just watching their sheer, unbounded exuberance is as good a spirit lifter as anything I can imagine. But that's just me.

Frances said...

Party On!

xo

Brian Miller said...

yay@! i am glad to hear (and see) that they are making friends now....

L. D. said...

A fun time was had by all. Dogs do know how to have a good time when they get bored.

Tammy said...

Love it Vicki, especially love your all in attitude towards the dogs as members of the family pack--up on the couch--rumpus and all. And I bet that was a noisy rumpus (have my sound off at work!). :-) My three collie girls go at on occasion in the house but it's mostly just a shrill shouting and teeth snapping match, they (usually) save the real rough housing for outside.

Thanks for sharing!

Tammy

daybreak said...

See.......Democrats, Republicans, Independents.....all getting along! Maybe we should encourage some 'rasslin on the floors of the House and Senate!

Anonymous said...

How wonderful that they let you and John live with them. You must perform the feeding, door opening, and other Human skills dogs need quite well so they're let you stay.

Lynne in GA

Jim Egerton said...

makes me want to get a dog again. What wonderful fun to watch. Thanks Vicki

Kath Marsh said...

Yay for Bob!