These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
Also including information on raw feeding, canine epilepsy, positive training, and lots and lots of Sheltie hair!

Friday, April 10, 2009

Here comes Peter Cotton-Tail ...

I tried to find bunny ears or something fun and "Easter-y" while out and about this morning. But apparently I was a little too ambitious and got to the mall before everything opened at noon. All I could find (and afford) were a little basket and a dozen plastic eggs. The boys had fun with those, though.

Romeo thought it was a great game to pull each egg out of the basket one by one ...

"Look what I found! EGGGEEEE!"

Gio protested when I tried to get him to hold the basket in his mouth.

"Nope. Not gonna do it. No way, no how."

"Oh. You have a cookie! Well, why didn't you say so?"

Please note, that Gio's small picture in the Easter greeting image counts as another reason why Shelties have long noses.


Cool Design Shelties said...

They are so funny and charming both boys :o)

Happy Easter to you too :o)


Sara said...

Great photos! Aren't shelties so patient with us silly humans?

Happy Easter to you!

Dawn said...

Too funny! Have a great Easter!

Mason Dixie said...

He he. Happy Easter!!

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Ricky the Sheltie said...

Just too cute!!!! Happy Easter!

Conrad said...

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