It was a furry busy weekend at Moo Mansion!
Dad's brother came from OH to visit.
Mom & Dad took him out sailing on Saturday.
Jack & I stayed home to guard the yard.
On Sunday we had more visitors - one of Dad's nieces
and her family just moved to RI!
We all went out to Brenton's Point to walk on the rocks.
So much to see & sniff!
At the park, we met this charming 4-month old pup -
doesn't he have a "familiar" look to him?
We thought so, and it turns out that he is from
my home kennel, Liyaza Siberians!
Its possible we are related - we sure look like we could be!
He came running over & put his paws all over me wanting to play.
(Mom will check into it & find out if he's one of my nephews....)
I'm really good with puppies - both canine & human!
Here I am, teaching one of the human pups about using dog doors.
With a little help, she & her sister caught right on and had
lots of fun going in & out thru the doggie door.
I think their parents will have to get one installed
in their house!
Dad fired up the grill for brats & burgers, and Mom made
our guests a Rhode Island favorite -
Lobster Mac & Cheese!
Mmmmmm, it was yummy!
The girls didn't finish their dinner, so we got hot dogs too.
These mini bi-peds are pretty nice to have around -
lots of extra food, and lots and lots of petting.
Mom says we were very good dogs and did a good job
keeping them safe from harm.
I guess its just in our nature. After all, Siberians were bred to
be comapnions to children * as well as working dogs!
And that wraps up this week's View from the Moo!
* interesting article under The Beginning - Siberia speaks to the spiritual and physical role of the siberian in the Chukchi culture