Lulu’s Life Tips: If You Want To Bark Like A Lunatic At A Coyote, Don’t Start Until You Get Outside

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! This time it’s about coyotes, and how to have the most satisfying experience barking like a lunatic at them. Basically it all boils down to this: Don’t start barking until the humans let you out of the house. Otherwise they’ll know there’s something out there and they’ll probably close the door on you. You don’t have to take my word for it; just watch the video and you’ll see.

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You Too Could Be A Watchdog (Maybe)

Lulu: “Hey, Bean, do you think you can teach me how to be a watchdog, too?”
Bean: “I don’t know. I think being a watchdog might be kind of an intrinsic thing. Sort of like being able to work the squeaker in a stuffie.”

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Observed Around The Backyard

Mr. Nibbles: “You look perturbed, friend Lulu.”
Lulu: “Java Bean set up a coffee shop in the backyard and I didn’t even notice. I feel like I’ve failed in my duty as a watchdog.”
Java Bean: “So what can I get for you cats?”
Chaplin: “Two catpuccinos with extra foam, a bird muffin and a lizard muffin, and a bowl full of moths.”
Java Bean: “Uh-huh. So the only one of those things I have anything close to is the catpuccino.”
Chaplin: “I bet Starbucks has them.”
Java Bean: “I bet they don’t.”

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Lulu’s Living Room Life: Two Hands, No Waiting

Hello friendlies! Lulu here! Hey, now some of you may remember that a few months ago I put together a multi-part series of playtime tips featuring my little friend Penny, who we hosted for a few days while her family was away. Well, not long ago, Penny was back for the weekend, and as you can see, she hasn’t forgotten any of the topics we covered in my playtime tips series; and this time, Dada got into the act too! Have a look!

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Lulu’s Playtime Tips, Part 5: Putting It All Together

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with the fifth and final installment of playtime tips featuring my assistant Penny! This is where we put it all together: Seizing the high ground, barking, bowing, sneak attacks, and, of course, the judicious application of taking breaks. So without further ado, let’s go over everything we’ve learned!

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Lulu’s Playtime Tips, Part 4: Barking, Jumping, & Posturing

Hello friendlies! Lulu here, along with my little assistant Penny! This week I’m presenting part four of my playtime tips, which is all about communication and personal space, by which I mean, barking, jumping, and posturing. Check it out!

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payshense by ivenone and also an updayt!!!

hello nice reederz its dennis the vizsla dog hay i am heer with an updayt on how i am dooing but first heer is a littel viddyo wot my krool krool dada mayd of me deemanding fuds wich he sez i kannot has yet on akkownt of i need to wayt for my pills to be prossessd chek it owt!!!


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Throwback (Tucker) Thursday: Somebody Toss That Seal A Fish

Before Tucker lost his voice, he had a very distinctive bark. My father always said he sounded like a seal, and recently gave me a video he took in 2011 — possibly the last one in which you can hear Tucker talking — which proves the point. Tucker, here’s your fish. Note that all three dogs abandon Dada at the end to follow Mama into the house, thus illustrating how the humans rate around here.