Yep, summer’s almost here. I can tell by the way my coat is falling out all over. I look like a shaggy mess. Like I got caught in a tornado or something. And my person picks it off constantly. Then there’s the brushes. Sheesh! Next thing I know they’ll be bringing out that green kiddie pool and making me take a bath in it. Boy do I hate baths. Ugh!
It’s great to see things greening up. This time of year there’s new stuff every week. Different flowers and shrubs growing, and chipmunks everywhere. We got back to Mr. Nishan’s tool shed on the walk, but whatever was living under there must have moved on to better digs. Or maybe no digs. Maybe they didn’t like my burrowing into their nest.
The lawn must be molting as much as I am, ’cause my person is out there constantly with the giant vacuum cleaner he calls “the mower”. That thing scares me, it’s too loud. Mom’s vacuums are loud enough, but that one is horrible. Maybe that’s why she makes him keep it outside, ’cause I never see him using it in the house. He always warns me so I can go hide in the fort under his bed.
It’s been pretty quiet around the ranch, aside from the mower, and I must admit I am enjoying the mild weather and pleasant sunshine. Also my person is out even more than he is in the winter, what with the constant work of a molting dog and molting lawn at the same time, plus cleaning up brush piles. And cooking many yummy things on the little black stove in the cabana! He tries not to bother the little bird in the moss-carpeted nest.
In fact, maybe he’ll tire himself out so much he can stop nagging me with that brush. I think a lot of the hair on the chair comes from the cat. I think she gets up there when I’m out and just rolls around on my chair with glee, and laughs when she hears Mom caterwauling about the mess.
Oh no! The green pool!
4 thoughts on “Molting Season”
you really know your dog-I guess those hundreds of miles walks paid off in more ways than one. What a joy to read. Best wishes to the both of you. always a fan, Michele
Living life from the dog’s perspective is a great escape sometimes.
I love this being written from the dog’s perspective. Great post, and thanks for sharing it.
There are a few blogs by dogs out there! Glad you enjoyed it.
Sasha actually has a series of adventure tales, available on Amazon.
A fictional story of dogs in Siberia, told mostly from their perspective.
Look up “Sasha of The Chukchi Sea” if interested, available in paperback and digital format.
The first few draft chapters of the third book appear on this blog if you backtrack.
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