It's cooling down a bit in SE corner of UK. Dropped to 25C however the clouds have started to grumble and rumble. We don't like that one bit.Take plenty of rest and stay cool.Molly and Taffy
Hi HamishWe are struggling with the heat too - we are going out for our walks later on and then fighting the midges!Just take it easy - this heat is no good even for us younger dogs!Finding a cool spot in the house is so important.Not to worry if Gail trips over you - she should be looking where she is going.Remember to drink lots of water with your wee dram!How awful to hear about the two police dogs left in a car!!!!loveMartha & Bailey xxxx
Hey Hamish (and Gail)We thought its time to let you know what the THINGS WE LOVE ABOUT YOUR BLOG are: * We love the fact that Hamish is such a serious, contemplative thinker and dynamic thinker!* We love the pics of the beautiful scenery in your neck of the woods...oh how we wish we were there!* We love the things you give us to ponder about.* WE lurve your style and the wisdom of an 'old' dog.SO....THANK YOU!Today though, we'd like to say that...Many questions/problems are answered during sleep! Keep sleeping, Hamish!Tonsaluv Maxdog in South AFricaps."HEAT"...you aint seen nothing like our summers here!
You look so comfy.We have been having cooler weather. It was 58 F here this morning. Great for sleeping.XOXOLilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java
Wooo! I like your spot, make Mom work a bit to get around you without falling,great choice there. I agree all sleeping dogs should be allowed to sleep, with no paparazzi.-Kira The BeaWootiful
We are doing OK, Hamish, with temps in the 70-80's F. We almost always have a bit of wind blowing off the prairies and that helps too. Our endless rain seems to have ended and that is good!We are hoping your Andy takes the Wimbledon !Kisses,Stella
HamisLooks like a gweat place to nap and pondew youw skientifik theowy..Hoomans sometimes have had a difficult time undewstanding how I come to be in two places at once..last Night Petey was at my house in NY fow dinnew, yet I know fow a fact that he and his wife Wosie wewe house hunting and testing out the stowage fow theiw tennis ball collection. I can hawdly wait fow you to publish youw findings..I'm suwe the skientifik comunity will be awed by youw weseawch..I sniff a no Bell pwize in youw footoowesmoochie kissesASTAsmoochie kissesASTA
Usually, we're sweating like mad here in NYC but it's lovely and not too hot --and thank dogness, it didn't rain all day like it has most of June. C'mon over and cool off in NYC!You look awfully cute sleeping on the stairs (says Mommy.)Your pal, Petey
So glad I discovered your blog. I have a Scottie. My question is. I've had two friends from here in teh states go to Scotland. Not a Scottie to be found. Why is that? Plenty of Westies, but no Scotties.
Hamish, I likes to call getting treats without tricks Dinner time. BOL.Ah, but what do you do about all those jitters in your brain without having stuffs to do? Or does non herding dogs not get those, cos if we not do trainings for a while I get super jittery and start trying to round everyone up and do barkings.~lickies, Ludo
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