Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Iggy Can't Wreath Well Enough Alone!

Dear Readers, 

I  searched through my winter archives and found this blog post featuring the always silly, Iggy, that was written last December and decided to share it again in the hopes that if would help you get in the Christmas spirit! Also, it is a wonderful tribute to his bulldog sibling, Lemmy, who passed away in April 2017. I hope this brings a smile to your face! 


Hello everyone! 

It's Iggy again! Remember me? Of course you do! I'm the one who does all sorts of silly things just so I can get bragged about on that thing you people call "the computer"! See, every time I do something that makes April (that's my pet sitter) laugh she sends a picture to my mom and as soon as she says something like, "Oh, my goodness!" or "How did he do that?" that's the moment I know I'm about to appear on something called a Facebook page and blog where thousands of fans will love me! I am already f-a-m-o-u-s in Dover because I strut all the way to the grocery store or to the high school a zillion times a week BUT soon I will be famous around the world! I mean, who wouldn't love a handsome, funny, and athletic bully with drool going on 24/7 anyway? 

   So now that the introductions have been made let's get you up to speed on what I did last week, shall we? 

Okay, so I had all weekend to think of something festive to surprise my pet sitter with so while I stared and barked at her from the yard I asked if she noticed anything different about me and she said, "No, Iggy, you are just being silly."

"No? Well, can you see anything different now that my hiney is facing you?" I said. And that, my friends, was when April shrieked and said she'd never met a dog who could turn a cinnamon bun tail into a Christmas wreath before! She loved my creative wreath so much that she took so many pictures of it that she lost count! After awhile the needles were making me itchy 

so she took the branches out one-by-one followed by a close-up shot! Isn't my wreath beautiful? 

When she held the final branch in the air she laughingly asked, "Arty (he's the one up front to my right) and Lemmy, you probably never get bored with a brother like Iggy, do you?" and they agreed that they sometimes wish I would be serious for once in my life (ha! ha!) but they wouldn't trade me for the world! Woof! Woof!

Love and Woofs,


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