Thursday, February 21, 2013
And if you'd like to see a bit of this in real life, here's a video of Sunny and Rosy. I especially like Sunny's peg leg attack of waving her straight legs in the air totally ineffectively. And notice Rosy loving stare as she gazes up at Sunny at the end.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Monday, February 18, 2013
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
I almost didn't post this because my pen slowly dying on me plus my inability to draw a steady line while sick made for some shaky lines. It also didn't help that Rosy licked my sketchbook, not once but twice! I don't know why she thought she'd taste my sketchbook since I can't imagine pencils and pens taste any good. Anyways, I decided to go ahead and post it after cleaning it up a bit, because it accurately reflects how I feel when sick, both in the drawings and in the way it was executed.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Sunny has to sniff every inch of grass near her until she finds a potential spot. Then she'll circle, sniff, circle, sniff. If I see her pawing at the ground, I get hopeful that she's finally going to poop. But this is no guarantee. Scratching at the ground means there's a 40% chance she'll finally do her business. More often than not she'll circle a bit and even go so far as semi-squatting until, for some unknown reason, she realizes that this is not the right spot and she dashes off to find a new place to poop. This process can repeat for up to 5 times. Sometimes I feel like a ringleader in a circus with Sunny running in circles around me and then making tighter and tighter circles until she finally poops.
I never see any other dog in my neighborhood do this so I'm thinking it might be a pug thing? Like they need the centrifugal force to poop? This can be frustrating when I'm in a rush in the mornings, but it's always entertaining and hilarious!