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Friday, January 22, 2010

Chiweenie Friday (2)

Yay, Twinkie let me post again and I'm happy. It's Frankie the chiweenie, in case you forgot. It's been raining around the clock for days now. Linguini doesn't seem to care. She tucks herself in her extra small dog bed and sleeps. Twinkie's doing fine too. She spends most of her day lounging on her heating pads. I'm stuck at home all day long with nobody to play with. I feel like this:
This photo expresses my emotional state
(It's my beloved furiend Jude the mastiff, by the way)

That's why I decided to react. I'm not one to get bored easily, so I put together photos and videos to better introduce you to our latest barn furiend:
Cookie! A blue heeler puppy!

She's a bullet. She's a tad faster than I am. She runs like the wind. I think Mama's camera couldn't have done a better job capturing this:
Cookie's training for the Olympics
I wish I could see blue heeler puppies competing for real in the Olympics!

Cookie was saveded by local authorities. She was removeded from her home and taken to a dog shelter because a good person turned her awful owners in. Cookie is the only survivor. She lost her mama and her siblings who were even more abused than she was. She's got chronic dog mange, among other things, and nobody wanted to adopt her. I'm very happy to report what I overheard: she lookeded much worse when she was rescued. She's even put on weight already, of course she also gets regular meals now.
Okay, now I have to be honest like Twinkie's taughted me. I was in fear for my life when I first met The Blue Heeler Bullet.

In this video, Cookie comes to say hello for the first time.
If you could stop paying attention to how filthy our car is for a moment,
then you can witness my panic.

After a couple of nanoseconds, curiosity won. I decided to come out from hiding and face my fear.
But then I noticeded my dog treats Ha ha

Sweet, Cookie. I'm so sorry that I was afraid of her. Now I know how nice she really is and what a wonderful barn family addition she has maded. I can't wait to see her again--as soon as the yucky rainy weather goes away.
I love this bloggy stuff! This was much fun.
So long, my friends... Talk to you soon.

Adopt a dog!
Frankie The Chiweenie Bratwurst


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Cookies is very sweet - heelers are very nice pups. Any sign of that rain stopping soon?

Hope the weekend gets drier for you.

Happy Friday, Phantom and Thunder

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

Hey Frankie the B., this is Frankie the F..
You are a very much grrrreat blogger. I loved how brave you were when you met Cookie. I am feeling very much sorry for poor Cookie. I am sooo glad that Cookie now has a super furend like YOU. I'm just sayin'. XOXOXOXO

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

What a great post Frankie.. We love Cookie, I bet we could keep up.. Maybe teach her a little herding?
Have a great weekend...

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage said...

Tank woo fur sharing 'Cookie' -I know from our pals Gus Louie Callie Stumpy that heelers are pawesome!

I hope your weather improves soon!

Auntie Di had two downpours after she got to work this morning - but she said the winds had subsided so that made it a bit better -

Please stay safe and stuff!

Khyra & Khousin Merdie

The Thundering Herd said...

Love Cookie's "running" picture!

Sagira said...

Oh man Frankie is so darn cute.

houndstooth said...


I think you need your own blog all about you!


BRUTUS said...

How lucky for that pup - although I bet Cookie is missing the less fortunate members of her old pack. Good thing you all made friends with her! Stay dry there everybody!!

Brutus the Frenchie

Bijou said...

Hi Frankie, it is nice to meet you. You got non-stop rain and we got piles of dirty ol' crusty snow. I'll trade ya! BOL

Cookie looks like a fun doggy.


Oreo said...

Hi Frankie
Cookies is cute and I am glad that you arent scared anymore. I am sorry bout her family but it is good that she has friends like you.


Two French Bulldogs said...

You are to cute! We love your hiding place, the highest peak you could find..BOL..
Benny & Lily

JacksDad said...

I'm very glad you got cookie in your family. I'm afraid Jack would go crazy if there was a dog named Cookie around, as that is the word we use for, well, cookies. :)

What is chronic mange? Can it be cured? (I could Google it, but it's more fun to ask someone who actually knows!)

Draco and his Mom said...

Hi Frankie...good seeing you blog...your new friend Cookie is very lucky to hang out at the barn. You will have lots of adventures for sure.

Lorenza said...

Hi, Frankie!
Good job with your post!
I hope you had fun with Cookie at the end!
Kisses and hugs

Smushie Ranch said...

Frankie, You're getting good at posting little bratwurst. We're anxious for the rain to go away too. Drat, it's the pits!! Our poor Betty had mange as a puppy too. I guess that's par for the course of being so neglected.

We can't wait to hear more about your friend Cookie!


kissa-bull said...

cookie is so adorabull
gweat post you sure had some fun
the houston pittie pack

My Mind's Eye said...

Twinkie we are so hoping the rain with end VERY VERY soon for you all. The threat of mudslides and flooding is just to much to have to face day in and day out. We are glad you are all safely tucked away in your favorite corner of the house.
We are thinking hard and sending you dry weather and sunbeams.
Madi and Mom

Dexter said...

Way to enjoy your drink for sure.


KB said...

I hope that rain stops soon! Cookie is very cute. I'm so glad that she was saved!

Pat Wahler said...

Cookie is a lucky dog, indeed. And a great addition to the barn friends group!

Heather and Pumpkin said...

Its very rainy here too and I hate to get my paws wet. Hope it gets better soon so you can see your friends.


Remington said...

I am sure Cookie is very thankful! Hope your rain stops soon!

Unknown said...

Jack asked about chronic mange: I googled it. There are two types of mange, one is contagious and one isn't (it stays inside the carrier's body). With proper treatment, the disease does not spread. Chronic sufferers aren't supposed to breed but they can lead a normal life with occasional flare ups.

The Oceanside Animals said...

We're happy Cookie was rescued from those awful people, but sad the rest of her pack didn't make it.

Sketching with Dogs said...

We are so glad to hear that Cookie is feeling better and getting over her mange.
You are a good little jumper, very athletic, love your videos!
Hope your horrid rain goes away soon.
Wags and kisses, Dinah Bridget and Elliot xx

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