Pepper plans to never grow up. She’s going to be a giant, baby dog, lap moose, “Help, I’m scared of things that go bump in the night”, snuggly little fur monster.
She sleeps 16 hours a day, snores incessantly, and kicks like a donkey.
She also is terrified of zombies, though, so in the event a zombie apocalypse comes I’ll at least have an early warning system. Also, I totally love her and her adorable little face. 🙂
See you later, Wednesday!
When you don’t let sleeping dogs lie, they give you a crazy look.
She’s three years old and as adorable as she ever was.
Summer is starting which mostly means that my fridge will begin to feature pitchers of lemonade and tons of salad makings. It also means road trips.
I take a ton of road trips over the course of a year and I like to take Pepper when it’s possible. For any of you who have traveled with dogs you know there are a lot of difficulties inherent in that.
Over the years though, I’ve decided there are a handful of failsafe things you should do when riding in the car with your canine.
No food for at least four hours before the trip.
Crack the windows a little to help with the pressure changes.
If you have a seat that straps the dog in and immobilizes them, face it toward the front or back windows.
Take the dog for a run first.
That last one might be cheating, but it works all the same.
A german shorthair pointer chasing a laser pointer.