Friday, December 12, 2014

Rapt Attention

In keeping with Tuesday's smoothie theme, here is what Jimmy looks like while I enjoy my breakfast.

Two laser beams boring into my glass!

And when his stare failed to hypnotize me into giving him the last of my smoothie, the screaming started.....


Have a great weekend, Everyone!!!!
I hope you get to have your smoothie and drink it, too!


  1. LOL there is obviously no ignoring him. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Replies
    1. No worries, Jan. Jimmy and Wilson both get a good size sample of every smoothie :-)

  3. Awwwwww! Surely you have a little bit you can share.

  4. I luffs your technique Jimmy, I might be giving that a go myself tomorrow morning!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  5. OMD, I thought my stare-and-drool was good...this is pawsome!!! I gots to try that one! Thanks for the tip!
    Ruby ♥

  6. I'm not a smoothy person, preferring to eat my food. But reading and seeing how Jimmy and Wilson are so enthusiastic about your smoothies perhaps I should have a go at them for myself.

  7. Crikey ..... I bet you shared. If those DEVIL eyes were boring right through me like that I'd sure be sharin'. Matter of fact he could have the whole lot!!

  8. Haha, Nola screams when she doesn't get her way and gets that same look!

  9. Fun! I used to share my smoothie with K every day. I haven't tried it with Shyla because she has sensitive tummy. But maybe I should! I love it when dogs adore foods that are good for them.

    Jimmy sure looks intense about it!

  10. Keep staring she will give you something
    Lily & Edward

  11. Haha - he thinks you are forgetting him!

    Monty and Harlow

  12. The laser eyed look is hysterical. We drink our smoothies in peace here. It's boring!

  13. That last picture he sure looks crazed! Love it

    retro rover

  14. So is screaming a herding dog behavior?

    We were surprised at our foster puppy, Zoe's, high pitched bark when she wanted something. I assumed she'd eventually get a big dog bark. But now Jimmy has me wondering if herding dogs do this to be heard about all the cattle. :)

    1. Not all herding dogs are barkers. Cardigans can be very barky if you don't train it out of them early on. Jimmy is just such a bossy little SOB that he must vocalize his displeasure at not getting his way. Wilson rarely makes a peep about food, but he will "talk" in the backyard endlessly.

      I think the biggest issue with herders is nipping and biting, especially at your ankles (corgis esp. since they are only ankle high ;-) ). Many are also very movement focused, so a kid suddenly running or a skateboard shooting by trigger the chase instinct. I would never suggest a herding dog for a first time dog owner.

  15. My last dog, Shadow, a cattle-dog mix, would "sass" me like Jimmy. She had quite a lot to say to me! Blueberry, however, is so quiet that it makes me jump when she does make the occasional peep.

    What in the world is in those smoothies???


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