Mountain Goat

Mountain Goat

Courtney and I have a table behind our sofa, which was first put in place last Christmas for our Nativity scene. The table has always been an interest of Dooley’s. She figured out at a young age that she could almost get on the table, and tried often, however we never let her. Never. About 2 months ago Courtney was sitting at the chair in front of the table and fell victim to Dooley’s ability to be cute and encouraged Dooley to get on the table. That was the end of it. Now anytime we are sitting at the dining room table and not paying attention to her, she turns into quite the mountain goat and stands on the table to try and be at eye level with us. That is my theory at least. We have since tried to deter her from getting on the table, but to no avail. Dooley is a determined dog. Once you let her do it once, she turns into an unstoppable force looking to defy all of our efforts to domesticate her.

Apologies

I apologize for the lack of updates on the Dooley Dog Blog. Courtney and I have been pretty busy over the last few months and Dooley has too! Since our last post, Dooley has met some of the grandparents, recovered from swimming bacteria, chewed straight through two of our dining room chairs, attended two puppy parties at Salty Paws, cheered on Oklahoma State, became a pirate, became a hamburger or “The Hamburgler”, and carved a pumpkin. Check out some of the more recent photos below:

Dooley on the Couch
Dooley Lookin Good on the Couch
Dooley Meets Some of the Grandparents
Dooley In Trouble
Dooley The Pirate
Dooley Cheering on Oklahoma State
Dooley tired after carving her pumpkin
Dooley was a Hamburger for Halloween but quickly became the Hamburgler after stealing treats from other dogs at the puppy party at Salty Paws