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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Be afraid. Be very, very afraid!

When you're this pretty it is sometimes hard to be taken seriously, however...
If you show up at our house late at night (or early in the day, for that matter)... You will be greeted by a very cross, ferocious guard Foo! Who will alert her friends to the danger...

At least, that is what she did last night at 11 pm, when someone showed up drunk at our front door, claiming to be lost and wanting to use the phone...a very strange request in this day in age (I mean, who doesn't have a cell phone?) The taxi driver wanted him to pay and was going to leave him at our house!!!

A very strange night indeed.

7 comments:

Irish Hill Shelties March 19, 2009 at 9:43 AM  

As much as they bark at everything I am glad when a stranger comes to the door that with 3 dogs barking it helps to make them intimidated by the noise. After watching some of these TV shows and the ideas they plant in some peoples heads you can never be too careful. A big doggie cookie should be a just reward for bunny and her friends :)

Sherri March 19, 2009 at 10:17 AM  

Funny to see Bunny up front and the sheties all falling in behind. They are amazing guard dogs and I dare anyone to try to push their way onto our property. Good for her, I know I always feel very safe with my poos around.

Heather March 19, 2009 at 11:03 PM  

I'm glad Bunny has turned into the "Great Protector" and is leading the way for the Shelties!! I'm so glad everyone is safe.
Take care, Heather

Josh and Jess March 20, 2009 at 2:28 AM  

I'm glad your safe!!!! Never mind the barking :) They are doing a great job!!

Josh and Jess

Acadia Shelties March 20, 2009 at 12:23 PM  

Yikes!!!!
Sounds like the taxi driver just wanted to get rid of the guy- and your house was going to be the lucky recipient. Good for Bunny! Hope she made them think twice about your place.
Cadie

Cool Design Shelties March 20, 2009 at 5:22 PM  

What a great protector Bunny is. I'm glad that all are safe.

//Bente

Laureate March 24, 2009 at 10:57 AM  

It was a frightening incident. Bunny bark, bark, barked at him when he came to the door...

I was wondering why he would come up our driveway, when it is dark, and our home is 500 feet from the road. He was looking for the place next door...also a long driveway.

The cab driver didn't seem happy to be driving out in the country with a passenger that was drunk and didn't know where he needed to be! He was trying to leave him off at our place, and at that point I was pretty adamant to see them off!

Very scary for sure.

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