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I have triumphed over the tricksiness of canines.

When Zille feels it gets too warm in the house, she lays on her back in the hallway, leaned against the wall. I’ve been trying to get a pic of her doing this for AGES AND AGES now and repeatedly failed. Until yesterday, my friends. Until yesterday.

Zille, a sable German Shedder, lays on her back on the wood laminate floor, with her legs tucked up in the universal dead dog pose.  She is leaned against the wall to keep her body on its back.  The side of her face rests against the floor and her eyes stare vacantly into space, completing the look of a dog in rigor mortis.

In other news, Astute’s new person met him yesterday, and he was purry and charming and hardly bit her at all! She will take him home in two weeks, and his new name is Emmett. Huzzah!

4 thoughts on “I have triumphed over the tricksiness of canines.

  1. aaaaaaaaaah that’s exactly how Spike sleeps. It is even more impossible to photograph because my camera makes bleep noises when you switch it on. Awesome, isn’t it?

  2. She needs a kiddie pool with water and floating hot dog bits. Or little floaty carrots.

    How is Jerimia Swankhammer doing in his new digs btw! It’s been a long time since we’ve had a turtle update.

  3. What a FABULOUS photo! I’m so glad to be home, so I can catch up on life at the Manor! :)

    1. Glad to see you back! Hope your trip went well.

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