Toothsome.

05/05/2010 at 14:03 Leave a comment

A Mingus in the grass is worth two in the hedge.

Like most dogs Mingus has always enjoyed a good old chew, but now, as his final adult teeth come through, he’s become possessed with the need to fill 95% of his waking time with chewing.

So, much like Phoenix before him, Mingus has now got into the habit of bringing a bone along with him for his walks, but is never too busy with that to pass up the chance to chew, and preferably run around with, something more interesting… leading to some ambitious projects:

Now that's what I call a log.

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Entry filed under: Belatarr, Cavalcade of Whimsy, Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla, HWV Extended Family, Mingus, Observations. Tags: , , , , , , .

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