Do dogs dream? I know they do because Lizzy's legs move while she sleeps and her dream voice quietly barks. I certainly hope she is the pursuer and not the pursued.. I certainly hope she doesn't have nightmares..
Many of you may remember when I weakened the last time and drove a very long way to choose Number Eighteen. It was a good choice. Lizzy or Number Eighteen as she will always be on record was and is the perfect choice. That was six months ago and I haven't had any urges to acquire more strays. Could it be I have all I'm going to rescue?
Lizzy is an in and out dog. She's in when it's cold and out the rest of the time. She herds cattle with the big guys and is quick enough to avoid the cow's kick and the bull's swinging head. She observes the snake patrol. She is a good spotter but has not graduated to the pest control team yet. Lizzy is also on constant guard to incoming strangers, animal or human.
I hope Number One through Number Hundred Plus all found a great home like Lizzy did.
Lizzy is not a whiner nor a yapper. She is not clingy nor sissy. She cuddles when I want but does not beg for the attention. She listens even when I am just talking to myself. What a good dog.
When the time comes for another dog...and that time will come...it always does....I'm getting something a little bigger.