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Saturday, June 27, 2009

News Update

Hello Everybody,

This is Koobuss reporting all the latest news from Koobieland for KOOB.

Our first story is quite amazing.

Yesterday my mom was in my favorite aisle (dog treats) of her favorite grocery store when she heard an incredible story from another shopper. It was a captivating tail (tale?) about a duck in a diaper. HA! HA! HA! Here’s what happened.

The woman and her daughter were leaving a restaurant where they had breakfast when they saw a duck in a diaper (hehehe) walking around the parking lot. The daughter said to her mom, “Mom, why don’t you catch it?” (Sounds like a good idea to me.) The mom, who has raised 30 ducks in her lifetime, knew exactly how to do that. She grabbed the duck by the neck and rear, picked it up and put it in her car. They decided to take it to the local SPCA. (Turns out having a diaper on a duck is a good thing.) Anyway, they drove the duck over to the SPCA and while they were there another woman walked in all in tears. She was crying saying that she just lost her duck. She made a quick stop at a store to pick up an item and her duck escaped out of her truck! She was so distraught.

Well, lo and behold, a couple of feet away from her down the counter was her long lost diapered ducky. They had a joyous reunion and lived happily ever after.

The moral of the story is: Never leave your duck alone, with or without a diaper.


Yesterday in the late afternoon Mountain Top received an inch of rain in twenty minutes. Here is what the rain and water pouring off our front roof looked like.

Awesome! But I have to say that we really don’t need any more of this for a while, since we have had rain on 14 of the last 20 days here on the mountain.


And our last story concerns this chipmunk who tried to invade my territory.

"Umph... This wall is so tall. I'm almost there. One more push."

"Phew! I need a rest. Oh no! Another hurdle. And what's that noise? Sounds like a fox terrier barking."

"I better high-tail it outta here!"

Hehehe...I’m pleased to announce that my ferocious barking scared him off. See him run!! He’s almost a blur. Good job, if I must say so myself.

This is Koobie reporting for KOOB, live in Koobieland. Back to you.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Hangin' Out

Hi Friends,

It's me, Koobuss. I'm just hanging out with nothing to do.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Happy Father's Day!

Hi Friends,

I'd like to wish Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there who love us and take care of us. I made you a bouquet from flowers I found in our yard.

And a very special Happy Father's Day to my Grandpa, the world's best bully stick holder and my favorite lap to sit on.

I love you.

Lots of Koobuss Kisses,

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Breaking News!!

Breaking News Everybody!!!

This just in!

Hector is a chicken!

And he has flown the coop. Today he was relocated to a forever home on a local farm.

What a fowl ending to this ongoing drama.

Stay tuned for de-tails.

This is Koobie reporting live for KOOB NEWS from what we thought was Turkey Hill.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

A Spot in the Shade

Hi Friends,

Today on my walk I found a cool spot in the shade.


Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Summer Haircut

Hi Everybody,

Yesterday afternoon I had an appointment at our downstairs "Bad Haircuts for Dogs Are Us Salon". We have all kinds of cutting devices there, such as scissors. My mom used a pair of them on me for a couple hours. You can see the result.

How do I look?


Sunday, June 7, 2009

Hector's Still Here

Hey Kousin Layla!

How's Hector doing? Did you eat him yet??

Nope, Kousin Koobie. I can't catch him!!


Well, let me know when you do.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Meet Hector

Hi Everybody!

It's me, Koobuss.

Let me tell you what happened to my kousin Layla. You remember her. She's my cocker spaniel kousin who comes to visit me with her family.

This is Hector. He is about three weeks old.

He just moved in with Layla and her family.

Somebody threw Hector out of a moving car and Layla's human brother, Jimmy, saw it happen and rescued him. He brought Hector home where he is being nursed back to health.

Looks like Hector's doing fine to me. In fact, I think that he took over.

Poor Layla.

The last thing she needs is a turkey in the house.

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