Thursday, 15 April 2010

mcdogs progress...

lets get it out there right at the start..

turning mcdog in to a sheep herding genius is not progressing at any great speed...

it would seem that the great and good mcdog has developed a rare condition called

sheep blindness.....




"who removed all the sheep?"




"i have looked everywhere"



"someone call the police
i think they may have been stolen"





"which is actually very lucky as i am far too busy playing with my bit of old pipe to have
a proper job"

ohhhhhh
mcdog
be prepared

the dog training dvd has arrived

and there is a rumour that an actual real life sheep dog trainer may be
paying us a little visit....

t x

9 comments:

Katy Noelle said...

oh, dear! I think that I'm in love with Ghille Mcdog! Will you give him a hug and kiss for me or is that way too unprofessional for a working dog?

missholly said...

poor mr. mcdog...... he just wants to be mr. mcdog..... he is so so wonderful.....

MrsP said...

Well so long as he is coming along with it... I think he is doing ever so well =O) I have two horses at home who would rather play tug o war with a bit of hose than learn things too. I look forward to more tales of McDogs training. Jx

The Fairy Glade said...

Poor Mcdog, he obviously has no idea what he is in for bless him. Do you think he will enjoy watching the DVD, will it make any difference do you think??!!!lol. Good luck. Dev x

Rubyred said...

Whoops! Poor Mcdog!
Fingers crossed he will improve!
Rachel x

Pipany said...

Ahh, but he's such a cutie Tracy! Good luck xx

Val Reaves said...

Oh McDog, I'll keep a good thought for you...in the meantime, enjoy that old pipe!
Val in Kansas :-)

mollycupcakes said...

Ghillie's just playing it cool and will suddenly turn into sheep dog herder extortionist, leaping around the field sheep listening and moving at his beck and call LOL
Come on Ghille show us all what you've got.
hugs,
Catherine x

Miss Pickering said...

Goodness gracious woman, all those long dogs you have and you haven't yet worked out that they don't do working? Long dogs are supervisors, they supervise us, not sheep.
X