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Having two handsome LARGE young doodles is always something to smile about.
First there is the poor doggie door that sits in our arcadia door. That poor thing is like a revolving door that never stops. Sometimes we zoom through it so fast that the whole house will shake. Dad is not sure how it even stays in place.
Then the toys.. So many toys (over 40) that we play with. Dad will pile them up in the front room by our kennels and we drag them all out to the family room one by one. This makes dad crazy and mom smile.. She said it reminders her of when there were toddlers in the house. Not sure what a toddler is, but if they love toys as much as we do, they have to be awesome.
The carpet, the poor carpet. We are on super zoomie mode for 3/4 of everyday. We do stop to take a drink and grab a bite, but other than that is is like NASCAR in the house. We have a few different paths we follow, but all of them go through the middle of the kitchen which is where mom is most of the time. We have worn a path in the carpet. Dad tries to vacuum it out but never can. Note to other doodle houses Burber carpet is not doodle tolerant
Oh the winter grass. As soon as the winter grass came in thick and lush, we ran a zoomie pattern in it and also dug a few spots to keep our toys safe while outside. Now that the weather is cooler we do a lot of zoomies outside. Two nights ago Harrison and I were zooming around the backyard and I missed a corner and SPLASH into the freezing pool I went. It was cold, but after mom dried me off, it made me want to zoom even more.
Couch- I am sure if you are like us, you know that the couch is a perfect place to bank off at a high speed zoom. We are lucky we have a couch in the front room and one in the family room so we can double bank which lets us pick up more speed.
Please be careful doodles when you are zooming around the house. Humans don't have the same agility as us and we can run into them and knock them down. We have done it to mommy a few times.
Last thing, if you can not stop your self from zooming even after dad has asked you to stop, then a few minutes in the kennel helps you break the zoomy cycle, but only until the kennel door opens.
We are wishing you all a Happy Zoomie Thanksgiving.
Harrison & Brodie