Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Ha! That last one is perfect... they KNOW who's boss!
I'm just imagining that they are making a smallish racket while all this was going on. Your interpretations (translations?) are great.
Really cute! They do look guilty in the last photo.
Isn't it amazing how quickly those little tussles begin, as if both dogs have some inner clue? And then they end just as suddenly. I loved watching them.
Teeth, hair, eyeballs all over the place then a nice nap maybe.
Your two dogs are so wonderful. The really do like to give each other a little trouble before mom steps in and says enough.
Maybe I should have more than one dog. But Millie has her mates who all come to play in the same place.
Oh Vicki, this was so funny to see. It's a bit like a sudden summer storm that arises, sticks around a while with wind changes and rain, and then...the sun comes out.xo
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