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What do all you Doodles love to do in Spring?

Spencer - I love love love to dig for buried relics of the lost Doodle civilization in the cool wet mud. I also love to go out and sniff out bunny treasures that have appeared again in our yard. And I love to bark and bark and bark......
Elliott - eeeewwwwww!!! Let me apologize for Spencer - that's just gross bro!! I love to go out and just sit on the deck in the sunshine and sometimes bark hello at robins. Also the neighbour's cat comes by more since it's warmer, and I stand guard to keep him out of our yards.
What do all you guys like best about spring?

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Comment by Harrison, Brodie & Kris on March 27, 2015 at 9:36pm

We swim, and swim and swim.. Brodie digs up moms bulbs and I watch.  We run around and play chase and swim.. Oh how we love to swim. Since I work at the hospital on the weekends, mom is not a fan of me swimming, but I sneak when I can. Tomorrow Brodie and I will go get our spring hair cuts.. It will be nice to have short hair. Brodie likes to bark-howl. It is funny cause he is just learning how to doodle howl. Sometimes he gets it others not so much.  Our weather this week has been 98 degrees. We are going to be in for one killer summer

Comment by Pedro & Alessandra on March 26, 2015 at 5:19pm

Ooooh Cousins Dr. Spencer and Prince Elliott, good questions... Spring is a very nice time of the years for sure. I like going out to the yard more and on walks with Daddy and smelling all the new smells. I like saying hellos to the geese puppies that come back from their vacashuns and I like it that it's warmer and to sit down to watch people and other puppies walk by from my deck when Mommy drinks her coffee outside in the mornings. 

(Wowza Cousin Spencer, have you found any new artifaks from the lost Doodle civilizations?)

Comment by Beverly and Eli on March 25, 2015 at 2:04pm

Flutterbys! Dulcie I remember you were a flutterby once!

Comment by Dianne and Dulcie on March 25, 2015 at 1:15pm

My favoritist thing in the springtime is that when I go out to the farm, my Aunt Cheryl has my little blue pool all filled up and I go and dive in it after almost every ball fetch! She has to keep it empty in the wintertime 'cause it freezes up (and so do her water hoses) although she forgetted to empty it once and I wuz really confused when I tried to get in and slipped and slided on it. And I like to woof at the flutterbys and the birds and to see all the baby cows and sheeps standing so close to their mommies and to smell the daffydills! Oh, springtime is just wunnerful!  

Comment by Beverly and Eli on March 25, 2015 at 9:40am

Me too me too! Even though we have no bare ground, yet....me and Chessie love all the new smells of spring and best of all, the chipmunks who have been hibernating in Mommy's rock garden but are now awake and running up and down the frozen snow hills and across the porch. And the muds in the roads which is the only place we can really walk for now. And that all this makes Mommy really really happy and giddy.

Comment by DonMarie & Picco on March 25, 2015 at 9:36am

Hey Spencer, I'm with you on the barking thing!  I like spring cause it's warmer outside and mom likes us to eat lunch on the patio in the sunshine, then I get to lay in the cool grass in the breeze! Mom spends more time out in her garden and I put my ball near her and she throws it across the yard for me.

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