My dog takes her baby to bed

So I have this Collie Webkinz.
Actually, I have two.
They’re adorable and the other day I thought, “Hey, I have two, so why not share one with Lassie and Petal?”
So I dug one of them out. I give him to Petal every now and then when Penny is occupied with a Kong (she would kill him, haha).

One night I pulled him off the bookshelf and gave him to Petal saying, “Petal take your baby to bed!”
Then I was pleasantly surprised when she took him and carried him off to the couch where she had previously been sleeping.
I was also bummed that I hadn’t thought to record it.

Lucky for me she did it again the next day and this time I recorded it.
Ignore my squeaky little voice. I don’t know why I talk to Petal like that sometimes. Maybe because she’s so cute. Maybe I’m just insane, who knows.

Night night Petal and Nameless Baby!
What should we call her baby? Any suggestions?

P.S. I almost forgot!
Some of your guesses for what Petal was doing yesterday were very, very close! She was enjoying some frozen snacks out of her Kong. I don’t know why she was eating on her head. I’ve never seen her do that before, silly dog.
Your guys’ guesses were really amusing. I really liked the guess about her searching the cushion for goodies because she actually does that daily while making all sorts of snorting sounds in the cushions. It’s hilarious.

Black and White Sunday: My Sweet Girl

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All curled up in her lovely fur.
I adore her.

P.S. Happy St. Patrick’s day!
I would’ve posted a much more… festive picture, but alas, I am not very festive when it comes to St. Patrick’s day. I am also forgetful.
But Petal’s sweet face is worth more than a pot of gold, so… there’s that?

Today we are participating in the Black and White Sunday blog hop hosted by You Did What With Your Weiner, Dachshund Nola and My Life In Blog Years.

Snuggle time


I love snuggling Collies.

These pictures were taken with Photo Booth, hence the quality. 😉

My dogs can be such snuggle bugs. I love it.
Unless they decide they’re small enough to fit in my lap. Which my dogs definitely are not and bones are crushed.
(Okay, fine, I secretly love that too— sometimes— because it’s funny)
The only problem is if you have to get up.
You don’t want to disturb them or give up your snuggle time.
I usually wait until they move first.
Sometimes I have to wait a very long time, haha.
Do your dogs like to snuggle?