Up close

Being that the weather has kept us inside more than usual someone has taken the opportunity to try and score some extra sharsies. First the nose bump, then the sad face followed by a yawn of exertion.

These are soon followed by the lip lick of victory and an extreme snoot close-up hopefully leading to further sharsies.

Definitely makes meal and snack times more entertaining!! Plus who could resist that persistent cute face!!

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Rare photos…

I managed to get a few pictures recently of the ever elusive hibernating Basset…they only appear in very cold weather (anything below 35 degrees) and are rarely captured on film moving from their chair nest to their couch nest.

They always appear snuggled in a blanket like wrap that appears to cover everything but their face…

If you happen to be lucky enough to spot one do not, I repeat do not get in their migration path as massive stink eye and attitude may occur .

Happy New Year 🎊

Here are a few of our favorite moments from 2017. Hope that you enjoyed them as much as we did. We wish all of our followers a very Happy New Year and thank you so much for joining us. Miss Lilly has made a few resolutions she would like to share: 1) try to take more naps 2) try to eat more treats 3) try to get mom to quit taking my picture all the time.

Note from mom: she has a good shot of doing all but #3!!

Ready for the Holidays 🌲🎅🏻❄️

So Miss Lilly has been busy getting ready for the Holiday season…she wanted to look her best while still staying warm and cozy while out in the snow. Luckily we know an awesome little business called Howlin’ Hounds that was able to deliver with a nice fleece snood!! They offer lots of great products and you can find them on Instagram @howlin.hounds, Twitter @howlinhounds or at gotsnoods.com.

They also sent this lovely collar flower for when she wants to look festive at holiday gatherings!! Check them out if you get a chance!!

So this was my response when mom asked what I was barking at today….I mean doesn’t she know that those leaves could be hiding something dangerous? The woman has no idea how security works.


I finally told her she could just go back to cleaning and I would handle security on my own. I hope Santa paws is paying attention to what a good job I’m doing!