Sort of like this but not really.
I also like to give my dogs voices. Since I've only known Daisy just over a year, I've yet to figure out what she would sound like if she had a human voice. But George... well that one was easy... Sam Elliot, of course.
But I digress... (really, really digress...)
We take the dogs for a walk almost every day since if they don't get even just a short walk, they're like two Tasmanian devils whirling feverishly throughout the house, getting into ass-loads of mischief. Well, actually the old man doesn't do much whirling. Too tiring. During our walks, Daisy is a nosy Nelly. She has to see what all the neighbors are up to, check out kids playing in their yards, etc. You know, normal dog-type stuff.
Baaaaaaaaaaad dog! This is what happens when there's no walk.
She loves to check out the traffic too -- most of the time a little too close for our comfort. Not sure she gets that if one of those giant steel boxes on wheels hits her, she'll be as flat as Flat Stanley. She's not too bright.
But nothing gets her attention like a motorcycle revving along down the road. She doesn't just check these hogs out in passing. No sir-eee. She stops and lovingly watches it both approach her and then drive away down the road out of site. It's not until it's gone, or we've yanked on her leash, that she continues on her merry way.
It cracks us up because she does it every single time. No matter what type of bike, no matter who the rider is, she wants it. Bad.
I told Mr. LKW the other night that I though she may have been someone's old lady (yes, I watch too much Sons of Anarchy) and she misses the days of the breeze blowing through her long red
She wants to ride on the back of
him his bike... me too.
I've never been one to believe much in reincarnation until I had dogs. (And after I read A Dog's Purpose which, btw, is an awesome book but have plenty of tissues available. It's a tough one.) So pet owners... what was your furry friend in their previous life?