Charlie Bear here.
“I like dogs. You always know what a dog is thinking. It has four moods: happy, sad, cross, and concentrating.” Mark Haddon
Okay, I get that.
Here are my moods:
There you have it. We’re simple creatures (for the most part). A lot less complicated than you humans!
One last picture.
Show me your dog’s moods by posting a picture and telling me what mood your dog is in.
Woofs and Wiggles,
Moods of a Dog…
8 thoughts on “Moods of a Dog…”
Hi, C.B., Skippy and Bailey here. Tried to leave a comment on the blog yesterday, but it didn’t go through. Have attached a picture of me (Skippy) and Honey (over the Rainbow Bridge 4 years already) when Mom Peep accused us of being bad. We blamed each other and gave Mom Peep these pitiful looks, so all she could do was hug us and give us a treat. 🙂
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Skippy and Bailey,
Sorry that posting the pic on the blog didn’t work. Mom Peep is going over to FB to see if it posted there. She hopes so. If not, thanks for the effort, and stay out of trouble!
Wiggles to you,
Charlie: I couldn’t tell that you were cross! You just looked like you were eyeballing me and hiding at the same time. I hate to think that I made Rascal sad because I wanted to hug him all the time. Long ago he looked peaved at me for hugging him close to my left side when he had been on my right and happy to be there! Susan
I bet Rascal loved every minute in your arms. I like it when Mom Peep picks me up and does the side-saddle thing where she rests me against her hip…kind of like a mother slings her baby to the side so she has one arm free. P.S. I am truly cross in that picture. If you look real close you can see I have a bone between my two front paws and I’m not wanting anyone to get close.
Woofs and wiggles,
CB, you make life so simple. I’m learning from you– you rest when you’re tired.
Life is simple (your word). You humans make it complicated. Woofs!
Well you forgot one. This mood is bliss and you can see it when a dog is sound asleep. They may not be thinking, but they are happy.
Both Saffron adn my late guide dog Musket rasied sleeping to an art form.
You are right! I’m in bliss when in my Dad Peep’s lap, snoozing in my bed, going on a walk. How could I forget bliss?
Wiggles to you and Saffron (and Musket over the Rainbow Bridge with big dog Rex,