Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Can You Help Me?

Trail does not like to share his beloved orange Chuck-It ball (a.k.a Chuck) but for some reason, he likes to drop it on the couch beside another dog.  It would be quite easy for him to grab it but...it must be easier to give the pathetic look.

"Can you help me?"

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Having to Choose


Sometimes you have to make a choice. 

It can be a difficult thing to do, making that decision, especially in a multi-dog home.  

Which one would be better?


Trail

Sometimes you just can't decide. So...have both!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Tasty Tuesday

You may recall that Hiker has some spine/neck issues for which she continues to go for acupuncture. With this in mind, I thought it would be a good idea for her to have her food bowl raised off the floor.

We were fortunate to get a really awesome deal on a pail of peanut butter (yes, we do eat that much peanut butter in our home!) and I thought that the pail would be a perfect height for Hiker's food dish.

I'm not sure that she really gets the concept though...


Tuesday, August 09, 2016

We're okay...

Here at acd6pack we're okay.  

Really, we are.

(yes, Brook is sleeping, no she didn't fall off the chair!)

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Tasty Tuesday

It was one of those decisions that I thought about for a few seconds. 

Should I?  I know they would like it.  Nah, probably shouldn't.  Ah, geez, why not?

So I did.




I was scraping out the last of the peanut butter from the jar and let them all have a turn licking the spatula.

Friday, January 29, 2016

It happened again...

It happened again and it keeps happening.

That darned cat is in blind Hiker's crate AGAIN.


No amount of barking will get him to leave and for some reason, Hiker refuses to be in the crate with him. So, she becomes a bit dramatic...


Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Play ball with me!

As I've mentioned in the past, Trail is ball obsessed. Specifically his "Chuck" ball.  There are times that he is very demanding and refuses to be ignored when he thinks that ball needs to tossed. Sometimes "Chuck" appears on the kitchen table.  Not a place that a slobbery dog ball should be.



Of course, placing the ball on the table works. It gets tossed lightly across the kitchen or bounced for Trail to catch. No, that really isn't teaching him anything but it really doesn't matter too much.  He is somewhat considerate in the fact that he tends to place it on the edge of the table and patiently waits with just a slight whine or two.

With the upcoming holidays, we won't be posting too much. To all of you, from all of us... Merry Christmas!!