Monday, February 29, 2016

Sun Dogs & Happy Leap Day!


We actually got a few hours of sun this past Saturday! 

Zoe was really happy to lay in the sun while I worked with Phoenix. 


Phoenix was really happy, too! So happy, she forgot her toy!

 We were able to play a lot of fetch and get some training done! Yay for better weather!

Some of the trees are starting to bloom, too! I'm so excited and really looking forward to Spring!

Happy Leap Year everyone!


What's your pet's favorite season?



8 comments:

  1. We are having a bit of spring here, but it doesn't make us happy. Early spring is our least favorite time of year because it is so messy out and every person is out walking their dog for a few weeks and then we don't see them again until next year. For us it is irritating and even more so after a lousy warm, snow lacking winter. It's nice so many enjoy it, but we are not fans and would rather have some cold and snow come back. Winter is our most active and fun season, followed by fall, late spring and the summer.

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  2. Awww, so cute so I linked you to Awww Mondays.

    I don't know what season Little Bit liked the best. I'm guessing it wasn't summer because it was so hot.

    Have a woof woof day you two. My best to your wonderful mom. ☺

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  3. Happy Leap Day! Wonderful leaping photo! I don't think Dakota cares what season it is BOL DakotasDen

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  4. They look so happy! Fall and winter are our Florida favorites.

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  5. It's spring over there already? You're so lucky! It can't make up its mind here yet...we keep waffling back and forth between winter and spring just about daily.
    The girls look very happy to be out enjoying the sun!

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  6. I think Phod loves summer because he can swim and Lee loves fall because of the smells. We are still in the dead of winter here!

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  7. Happy Dog leaping on Leap Day!

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