Saturday, July 12, 2008

escapee

Ahhh Peanut. My lovely, spirited, strong minded Pembroke Welsh Corgi. I had a type of screen curtain across our front door today with a gate in front. When I went outside to check something I didn't put the gate up. 20 min later I realize that Peanut made a break for it. I just walked all over the property looking for her. Problem is the high high grass on most of the back area. If you know corgi's... you know they are vertically challenged. I turn back to the house and who do I see? yep.. miss Princess Peanut with the guiltiest look on her face. what a brat dog, lol

3 comments:

Dani (Zac and Cassidy's Mom) said...

Oh I hear ya. Corki, she's almost 8 months now, seems to be on the small size for a corgi, she was the runt of the litter and took longer to adjust to her surrogate mom. Anyway, she keeps finding ways to squeeze out under our chainlink fence, something Comet has never done, and Cricket might have done twice. Chuck spent a good part of this afternoon reinforcing the bottom of the fence. We'll see if he got all the "spots".

I hope Peanut enjoyed her adventure!

Kelly said...

oh I'm sure she did... I was hoping you'd read this as I knew you'd get a chuckle out of it. The first time Peanut did this was even funnier. I had been on a call in the car with a friend with some really juicy work gossip. So I was completely engrossed in a long conversation. Joe helped me get some things int he house and we went inside and relaxed. about 40 minutes later we hear a bark at the door! He and I looked at each other and started laughing, we never realized she didn't come back in with us. Silly dog.

Dani (Zac and Cassidy's Mom) said...

Well at least she comes back to the door! Good for her.

Honestly, Corki doesn't roam too far, I think she prefers to keep Comet in her sights and since he's still trapped inside the fence, barking hysterically (which is what usually alerts us that she's gotten loose) she usually runs right back in the gate when we call her.