Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Gordy and Georgi

Our two little dogs are just hoots. And weird.

Gordy is the older (he's 5) and Georgi is the teenager (she's 2). They are really smart and have learned to spell. We can't say the word, "walk," in front of either of them.

They also know the names of their different kinds of treats. One in particular, chicken strips, they both L.O.V.E. So, the words "chicken" and "strip" cannot be strung together or mass quantities of barking ensues.

Jerry has begun to refer to them as a "CS."

CS leads to WOOF WOOF. And usually, the woofing starts at the exact same time our two chiming clocks go off simultaneously, which, of course, is exactly at the dramatic conclusion of something you're TRYING to watch on television.

Gotta' love the pause (and the paws).

Gordy

Georgi

10 comments:

Janet said...

Awwhhh! They're both so cute! What would we do without our pets? We have two spoiled cats and they like their treats, too.

DYSFUNCTIONAL MOM said...

Cute and smart! Gotta love them.

Gramma 2 Many said...

Just want to stop by and tell you thanks for your visit yesterday. It was great fun. Please come again. I think I am so happy to be finished with the high school drama. Haven't missed it anyway. With five daughters we had plenty of the drama.
Thanks again for your visit and I hope you do return.

Dawn said...

How cute!!! We had a dog that even learned what it was when we spelled W A L K!! Your dogs are very smart!

gary rith said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHH! You posted these photos just for me, didn't you? SMOOCH little doggies!

Melissa B. said...

Awwwwwww...your guys are So Cute! We have a similar situation in our house, only with cats. One is elderly (13), and the other is an older teen (5). They start "meeping," as my daughter would say, when they think any food is near at all. And, every so often the teen decides it's time to stalk Granny--then all heck breaks loose!

Wep said...

SOOOOOOOO cute :) Love the woofers!

Queen-Size funny bone said...

Our chi's even understand when we spell, it must be the tone of our voices. Now we do sign language. I'm sure they will learn that too.

Veggie Mom said...

Your furry Guys are Gorgeous! Sounds like utter chaos with all that noise going on at once--but I can see how it could be pretty hilarious, too!

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