Lulu’s Lawn Patrol: Dashing Through The Frost

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another edition of my lawn patrol! Now, to be a proper lawn patrol dog, you have to be willing to go out and make your rounds in all kinds of weather. What’s that, you say? You haven’t got weather in Southern California? Well of course we do! Here’s an example of my patrolling the lawn when the yard is covered in a pretty hard frost, the kind that makes your paw pads chilly. Have a look and see!

Chaplin: “Somehow I don’t too many people will be impressed that you were outside running around when the grass had frost on it.”
Lulu: “I didn’t see you out there getting your paws cold.”

So remember, friendlies! Neither frost nor darkness nor excessive sunshine will prevent the lawn from being patrolled!

Charlee: “What about base booms? Will you still patrol the yard during base booms?”
Lulu: “Now that’s just crazy talk.”

Base booms are of course another matter. Even a lawn patrol dog has to know when to be prudent. This is Lulu, rolling over and out!

12 thoughts on “Lulu’s Lawn Patrol: Dashing Through The Frost

  1. We think you were very brave going out into the frost, Lu. I mean, it ain’t 6 inches of snow, but still colder and wetter and scarier than sunshine. We are not sure of this base boom situation, but they sound terrifying. Grab a spot on the couch and wait it out.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  2. I like the frost! Mom doesn’t. I love to run in the frost. Mom says, just wait, soon it will be warm there won’t be any frost. I think I’ll wait. I like the frost. TLC Cai-Cai

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  3. We patrol in sleet and ice and rain, just a little faster. XOX Lucy
    I patrolled even when there was an 8 foot snake in our yard. Then I stopped and barked at it long enough for Mommy to come out and get rid of it. (She recognized that I had never used that bark before!) XOX Xena

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