I’m A Miniature Horse with a HUGE Appetite

I’m sitting here with one of my favorite toys – my rope – that Auntie Amy gave me for Easter.  I may look sweet and innocent but that is FAR from the truth.

This morning Dad gave me a big breakfast and then took me out for a long walk which I LOVE.  Mom played with me a little and then was trying to get some work done (she works too much at that machine of hers -can’t imagine what she does for that long).



It wasn’t even noon but I was getting REALLY hungry – so I ran outside and took a plant out of the yard.  I thought it was okay since Mom told me I needed to get my green veggies but from the look on her face I think this was not the right kind.  Dad says I need to tell him when I’m hungry but I”m not sure how to do that yet – I’m only a puppy!

Mom says she misses the days when she could pick me up – I weighed in at 35 pounds yesterday so she says I look like a little horse.

Perry checks out the Ladies on the Block

Once again they think taking me for a little walk around the block is going to calm me down.  Little do they know that just gets me started.  I’ve been seeing a few dogs that look just like me in our neighborhood.  So you know what?  I’m going to start my own club and see how many Weimaraner’s I can find.

Mom put on my blue controller attached to my Premier collar which I am quickly outgrowing, cause I’m becoming such a big dog and we were out the door.

As we were walking to the end of the block, I saw this cute girl with Cleopatra eyes.  Mom started talking to her Mom and found out her name was Luna.  Boy, was she lovely!  I got a chance to play with Luna and so far she’s my favorite!

She’s a bit older than me but I think I prefer the older type.  Daddy calls her a cougar.  Here I am trying to give her a little kiss but she was a bit shy.  Apparently she doesn’t kiss on the first date.  That’s okay – I can’t wait to go on another walk and see her tomorrow.  Perhaps, these walks aren’t bad after all.  My Mom says 30 minutes of walking per day is good for your health but I don’t care so much about that – I just want to play and see what my neighborhood has to offer.