or not. . .
This should be titled. . .one more reason I love this puppy.
Feeling down? Hang out with Roo, he will make you laugh without trying.
Roo and I go to the dog park every morning before work. Today it was 50 degrees and raining so it was a ghost town. Not a dog is sight. After about 20 minutes of running around like a crazy dog tossing sticks, Roo noticed a crow sitting on top of the 8' chain link fence. He ran over and sat and stared at it. Roo and the crow had a major stare down for at least a minute. Roo barked.
The crow then flew over to the tree about 50 yards away. Roo chased, and the crow landed on a low branch. Rooster stared, and then out of nowhere, play bowed, barked, and with all his might wiggled his butt frantically. . . .saying, "play with me, play with me".
I guess the crow had enough of the puppy antics because he swept down and pecked Roo right in the butt and proceeded to chase Roo clearly across the play field, making giant swoops trying to peck Roo . . . Roo had that "holy crap" look on his face as he was hauling butt back to me as fast as he could with his tail tucked so far underneath him that it almost came out by his head. As soon as he got to me he lodged himself in between my legs as if to say, "help!"
After scaring the crap out of Roo, the crow then flew back over to its original spot on the fence. From that point on Roo refused to even look in the crow's direction. He didn't go back to the major play field and was happy to walk the trails after that.
Lesson learned, dog vs crow. Crow wins!