Hewwow! Finn here. *he* *he* *he*
Here's a little something new I have been doing. Drives the peeps nuts!
I bring back offerings to them when we go on our walks.
Yep, I pick up a stick and carry it back in my mouth for a good two blocks or so!
Why won't they let me bring them inside?!?
PS - Can you see me at the door on the inside looking at my gifts?!?
Maybe you have a toy deficit like I do Finn. BOL!ReplyDelete
Waggin at ya,
ah finn you poor thing how mean of them to not let you bring your sticks inside. i think they might be that strange kind of person that actually likes to have a nice clean house rather than like me and stormys which is covered from top to bottom with bits of chewed up sticks and old ripped up loo roll. way more fun LOL!!! xxxReplyDelete
I biggified that picture and those look like perfectly fine gifts to me. I can't imagine why they don't allow those inside. Maybe you can sneak them in later.ReplyDelete
It is very considerate of you to bring back gifties. :)ReplyDelete
the brown dawgs
I know what Max meant when he BIGGIFIED the picture. LOL. I even had to wear glasses to see it.ReplyDelete
Huggies and Cheese,
My guys both did that as pups, but now seem to have given up the hobby.....ReplyDelete
I've only just found the joy of sticks, but am carrying them back to the house closer and closer each day - your doing well Finn my chap - as your as far as the door, a few inches here, a few inches there, before you know it you will have fine stick furniture creations inside your home before anyone even notices!ReplyDelete
Wow, you're such a sweet girl to bring pressies home with you! Lovely sticks too. I periodically bring my peeps a dead chipmunk that needed bashed...they don't properly appreciate that either! Boooooo. We all know you did a great job!
Grr and Woof,
I like your stockpile, Finn ;)ReplyDelete
Humans are mean. Mommy doesn't let us bring in sticks either.ReplyDelete
Well, I think if you carry those sticks all the way home you should get to bring them in the house to play with, Finn! But rules is rules so I guess you'll just have to keep your stash outside to look at!ReplyDelete
They make you leave your gifts outside? How mean!ReplyDelete
Oh Finn, I think you can sneak one stick inside.:) They make the best toys.:)ReplyDelete
Teddy Bear & Sierra
Dad doesn't let us pick up sticks on our walks. It is a shame you can't work on them in the house.ReplyDelete
Sticks are so fun though! Keep up the mischief FinnReplyDelete
You have to leave your sticks outside? That's a shame after you have carried them all that way Finn. Ours have to stay out too!lolReplyDelete
Big Nose Pokes
I can tell you that ERNIE does the SAME thingy. EXCEPT he has a tiny twist on it.. He ALSO wants to take our toys and stuffs OUTSIDE.ReplyDelete
You should see the stash of Outside Treasures that he has on the Deck... and mom will NOT allow him to bring a single one inside..
I (Frankie Furter) don't understand ANY of this. I'm just sayin. hehhehee
My mum always loves it when I bring my muddy paws back....ReplyDelete
Most of my treasures are left in the car... but if you bring gifts back, just shows how much you luv em ... RIGHT ?
Luvs Freya Rose Blossom X
Well, I for one think your peeps should appreciate your most thoughtful gifts!ReplyDelete
Your pal, Pip
Mean pawrents, why dont they let you keep your nice new toy! Peeps we will never understandReplyDelete
Canyon and Aspen feel your pain. They also do not understand why we won't let them bring their "presents" inside with them. They will work so hard at carrying a stick or log home, only to have it be thrown back into the woods by us.
Us humans are such big meanies :)
Aspen & Canyon's mean Mommy
Awww...Finn...we'd open that door right up so you can bring all your trophies in. That is some good little collection there! You must be so proud! ;-)ReplyDelete
Well, you know, Finn, they should be thinking of what a great woodpile you are making for the cold winter, right?ReplyDelete
Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
Those are treasures you found while walking!
Well... at least they are still there!
Kisses and hugs
At least your offerings are only sticksReplyDelete
Stop on by for a visit
Brando carries his stuffed animals into the yard then tries to bring them in. Weekly we have to collect them up and wash them. Then the process starts all over again!!ReplyDelete
Ha, that's what we were thinking...good thing it's just sticks!ReplyDelete
Stanzie brings moles to the door...YUCK!
Hey Finn, great job bringing back those sticks. We don't do that. We just break them off mum plants in the garden hehehe. Somehow she doesn't think its as funny as us! No worries, and love, Stella and RoryReplyDelete
Finn you are hilarious, your just doing what good dogs do and retrieve right?! Haylie use to love to carry things back but we live in Texas and now it gets so hot she is panting too hard to carry anything lol. I do see you in the window!! hahahahReplyDelete
What a generous boy woo are! Maybe they just want to use your gifts to decorate the yard. Yeah, that's it.ReplyDelete
jack & moo
Well don't they know you are stocking wood to burn in the fireplace next winter. Do you have a fireplace?ReplyDelete
Sweet William The Scot
lol oz does the same thing! if he does get a stick inside, it's torn up all over the house....during the winter it was almost impossible keeping the kindling for the fireplace away from him lol....dogs are so silly!ReplyDelete
Haha!! Mommy wouldn't let me bring a stick inside either! But sometimes I manage to drag a few leaves in. Teehee! :)ReplyDelete
Woofs & hugs, <3
~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)
Oh, poor Finn!! I would let you bring your sticks inside!! ;opReplyDelete
Love, Raelyn.... And Rose, my BEAUTIFULLY UNIQUE "Mystery Dog"!!
LOL - Nice try, Finn. Our neighbor's Golden Retriever tries to bring rocks to her folks after all her outdoor escapades. I think there's something about that "Retriever" part in you guys. :)ReplyDelete
Why is it that the Mums don't like that?? I sneak some twigs in from time to time when Daddy takes me out and chew them on the big pawrent bed! Oh yeah baby.ReplyDelete