as cosy as can be

nodding off

nodding off

I wish I could sleep with the ease and abandon that our JRT does.

I know I’ve said this before and it has been more evident than normal during these recent and cold snow covered days.

all tucked in

all tucked in

Max likes the quiet so he can often be found tucked up in his bed away from all the busy stuff and when he gets left to get a really good kip, I can’t resist popping his scruffy fleecy blanket over the top of him to stop the cold from waking him from his lovely sleep.

He sleeps with abandon and makes little grunting noises as he sighs and gets himself settled down to the job in hand.

half an ear on what is going on

half an ear on what is going on

He has had a couple of extra long and really good run out over the weekend, a 5 hour yomp in the muddy regions of the Thames Path in West Oxfordshire and another charge about this morning getting absolutely filthy.

turned onto his back and the covers are slipping

turned onto his back and the covers are slipping

There are mole hills everywhere and although the moles will be long gone, that has absolutely no bearing on his attempts to dig them out or his enthusiasm for it.

He was also convinced that there were rabbits hiding in a warren he likes to bother and his excitement must have really worn him out.

completely abandoned to the art of sleep

completely abandoned to the art of sleep

Here he is enjoying his post breakfast slumber without a care in the world!

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2 Comments on “as cosy as can be”

  1. Linda says:

    dogs have no pride!


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