September 13th 2012 9:54 am
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You pups know I live out in the country. Sumtimes stuff happens. Men workin in the field movin irrigation pipes. Big tractors movin 'round. Pick-em-up trucks pullin stock trailers. Joggers with dogs. Bike riders. That's when I bark big time, alla time.
Oh yeah, and last evenin I barked at 6 horsies walkin round over the other side of the road. Big Barkin then.
But durin the day time, things kinda slack off. Not many trucks or cars go by. Not as much barkin needs to be done.
But I don't take time off. No sir-ree.
Those slow times, I am kinda like a fog horn. Regular. Steady. Dependable. A high pitched fog horn.
I stay on My Love-Seat-Look-Out and do my security work.
There's Scootercat crossin our front yard.
I see a magpie sittin on a fence post
A truck is way over there the other side of the big field.
I see sumfin, Mommy has no idea what.
Kinda like clockwork, I let out shrill barks. Warnin. Watchin. Sumtimes makin Mommy jump.
A watch dog has gotta do what a watch dog's gotta do and boy do you do it well!!
Good job, Zoe!!!!
You are awesome, Zoe!
You sure do a good job Zoe!
Mom says I gotta come take lessons from the expert! She tells me someone could come inside and steal the whole house and as long as they were pettin me I wouldn't say a dang word!
BOL BOL! youre one hard worker & an uuuuhmazing one at that Zoe!
What would they do without your services?
BOL, I bark all da time too. Today I barked a car driving down da street. I didn't give that car permission to come down MY street.
Yeah, the wind blows... BARK!!!!!!!
Hey, it are important to bark da wind.
Keep on barkin! I know you will:o)
Barking is very under appreciated at my house. I think you should send a CD so Mum would know what it really should sound like.
Zoe, yu r sabin' yur pawents BIG $$$ in monfwy home secuwity bills. I say yu shood keep up da gud werk. Dem will come tu 'ppwesheate it ebentuawwy!
I make my Momma jump all da time, bud it r jus' part ob da job :D
Look a Squirrel. BARK
Look a Crow. BARK