Comments on Comments!
Hi, guys and gals! Jack here!
One of the things which drives me crazy about Blogger is that you can't respond to questions or comments unless you go to the other puppies' blog or email them. So with that in mind, here are some of the questions and comments from our loyal readers from the past week, answered by the Tall Guy (who said I didn't give him enough of a chance to talk on here. Well, I told him if he wanted to talk he should get his own blog, and then he said something about it was his house and he was the one who bought the food and then he stormed out and went to Target to buy more underwear because somehow some of his underwears MIGHT have ended up in the back yard with a few tiny holes in them. So when he gets back, I'll let him answer your questions!)
Tank said... Why?
TG: If I knew the answer to that, do you think I'd be sitting at home with a wet dog?
Remington said... You are a girl model? Jack -- Dude -- really?
TG: Dude! It was not really Jack. It was Jack's twin sister, Jackuline. Jack was just there as an observer!
central bark designs said... Jack - I'm blushing. Your bed? Seriously? BOYS! -Abbey
TG: Oh my! If that made you blush, don't come to the house after Jack has eaten pinto beans!
Ms. ~K said... Do you pee in your pool like Buddy? Have fun!
TG: Jack doesn't, but then again, he's working on killing what little grass there is in the back yard. He also said thank you for the idea!!
Dory and the Mama said... What a fun video!! We loved all the action..the wind in your furs, the ducks...and oh MY...did you get to keep one of those big sticks you found at the end?? Smileys!
TG: Jack only shows an interest in sticks until he finds a plastic bottle to destroy. Unfortunately, some people do not know how to pick up their trash, so he can usually find lots of bottles to chew on until we can take them to the recycler. Jack is also becoming very good at 'Drop it' and 'Leave it'. He will drop things on command and leave them alone for almost a whole second now!
Scarlett said... Looks like fun, Jack! I had my first experience at my neighborhood lake today. I'm still afraid. You look like an old pro at swimming...got any tips?
TG: 1) Always wear your string so your person can find you at all times in the water and you can pull them in if they are not paying attention. 2) Don't go swimming out into the middle of the water so that your person thinks you are not going to be able to make it back and they have to jump in the water to try to save you, even though you are not in any kind of trouble. 3) Don't swim where the people are fishing. They get a little mad when you run into their fishing lines! 4) Most importantly - wait until you are really really close to someone on land before you shake off the water. That way everyone can be cool and refreshed on the drive home
Ninny said... Alas, poor Tootie....her mama is a Ninny and only grandbabies are on her wallpaper.
TG: Hmmmm, not even one small picture of Tootie? Here's one you can use:
Oh wait, wrong Tootie. Well, I think you need a 24 x 36 portrait to hang over your bed to remind you every day that Tootie will not be asking you to borrow your car when she turns 16!
The Thundering Herd said... This technolody thing just keeps getting more and more complicated. But we keep trying to figure out who gets spam pee-mail. Our human gripes about it, but it doesn't smell all bad to us. Any thoughts?
TG: For some reasons, us humans do not have as good of a sense of smell as puppies do. I figure it's that way so we will let you sleep in the bed with us!
Dog By Nature said... BOL! You're too funny Jack and we do think you need an Ipad or would that be an Ipeed?
TG: I will send that suggestion to Mr. Steve Jobs. I figure that he will listen to me since I have already bought him a new house and about 4 cars.
Thank you for all of your wonderful comments and questions! We look forward to your visits in the future!