A busy week has been had by the wonderdog. Up early every morning to undertake garden improvements, followed quickly by his interior design efforts and always looking out for his continuous improvements in the fitness arena, and to top of a hectic week he started his own face book page. Peer pressure is what it is all about. His mate Odin starred on a German Shepherd page on face book, no pages for the elite mixed breed of the wonderdog, so he started his own with encouragement from a relative of the two-legged species.
The landscaping improvements have been taken to a new level. No longer is the wonderdog aiming for China, with his excavator of gigantic proportions (Odin, German Shepherd and wonderdog sidekick with huge paws), the wonderdog is setting his sights on the North Pole and giving Santa a bit of a head start for the down under deliveries in December. So far we have had archaeological finds of terracotta (maybe Italy), leather (maybe from the wild west or could have been a gardening glove once upon a time), what appears to be part of a tennis ball (could be from his passing by of Wimbledon in his travels), and some fur from animals unknown but could it be a polar bear, maybe he has reached the North Pole but manages to get home in time for dinner (or could be the fur of one of the many deconstructed toys but let’s go with the North Pole idea, makes the wonderdog sound like a bit of an adventurer and not just a naughty Griffin 🙂 )
With all his activity the wonderdog has managed to fit in some interior design. RUGS are out, we are a bit slow on the uptake but after the deconstruction of two rugs by the wonderdog we finally understand that they are not a necessary floor accessory and that in the wonderdogs vision with the interior design,no floor coverings required, makes it more fun to slip and slide around the house.
A busy week and throw in the mix the fitness regime the wonderdog is now on. 5 kilometer walk every afternoon now the weather is cooler. And what does this achieve? A wonderdog who sleeps through the night from about 8pm to 7am and the same for his sidekick Odin. No more playtime’s in the middle of the night, too tired to bark at the reactive dog next door, just sleeping the night away 🙂
The wonderdog has also tried to stop the press from hounding him, seems where ever he goes the camera is always is his face, the paparazzi never too far, so he has started to eat the cameras. Thankfully the paparazzi backed off and the camera was saved for another day of following the wonderdog 🙂