(Wordless Wednesday) Watchdog

11 Responses to (Wordless Wednesday) Watchdog

  1. Wow, those are bold deer. Good thing you have your puppy to keep you safe.

  2. Tony McGurk says:

    He watches them. They watch him. Careful they don’t attack.

  3. Binky says:

    I thought those deer looked kind of friendly until I watched that video. Run, doggy, run!

  4. Jayne says:

    Bold as brass and with more front than Myers (Myers is a department store here in Oz with a wide frontage, you could change it to reflect a store in New Brunswick).

    Loved your previous post on the get together!
    The bloggers conference was similar…but on a slightly bigger scale (which overwhelmed a few people).

  5. lavenderbay says:

    Forget about me, Barefootheart, who’s minding the lettuces? Actually, those hoofed brats jumped from the parking pad into the backyard last night, and emptied the freshly-filled sunflower seed feeder. Naughty girls.

    I’ve seen footage of a suburban deer kicking neighbourhood dogs and cats, Tony, but around Saint John the only complaints seem to be chewed garden plants and possible vehicle collisions. Let’s hope it stays that way!

    I was out picking blackberries last Fall, Binky, and heard a snort; apparently I’d gotten too near a napping doe. Not sure who was more surprised, but she didn’t stick around to complain.

    That would be Costco, Jayne, built just last year on the highest peak in Mall Valley, with its own road and walled sides on the rise like a castle. Sheesh. Maybe we Canadians might also say that those deer have more cheek than John Candy in a thong.
    Looks like we each had a marvelous weekend! I’m glad your blogonference was a booming success.

  6. Novroz says:

    I love the first picture!
    The dog and the dear are divided into 2 by a tree….nice coincidence.
    Where are all the snow go? It feels like yesterday you posted a picture of nothing but snow

  7. S. Le says:

    It appears YOU were watching the watch dog! The deer don’t seem too worried.

  8. Anne Gibert says:

    They are so cute OUTSIDE the fence. So not inside. My poodles take care of chasing them out of the yard. They are not really scared of one poodle, but 2 screaming little toy poodles can get rid of a whole herd of them.

  9. Binky says:

    It’s been awfully quiet around here. Hope everything is well and that the deer didn’t take over the fort.

  10. Novroz says:

    Yeah…I was wondering bout the same thing too.too quiet here

  11. lavenderbay says:

    (First note to Novroz:) If you knew how many trees grow in my backyard, Novroz, you wouldn’t think it such a big coincidence. 😛

    Trouble is, Anne, I would have to post Fergus outside all night to keep the deer away — and since last Thursday, I’ve decided that some missing foliage or birdseed is less annoying than a snootful of skunk juice. (Note to self: no more letting Fergus out at 05 00.)

    All is well, Binky. Fergus is now Mr Stinkyhead only when he comes in from the rain.

    (2d note to Novroz:) Sorry, Novroz. The dreaded tendrils of Gardening Information Overload have been squeezing my cerebellum lately…

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