Thursday, February 18, 2010

A little known gardening hazard

I was out in the garden earlier this afternoon turning the compost pile and adding some scraps from last night's dinner when I heard a clunking and a whining next to me. I had just watered the compost by using my watering can and apparently the little bit of water in the can was just too tempting for Saffron.

She stuck her head in to take a drink and… well… you know what comes next. To think, she almost went a full day without getting her head stuck in something.


She even got an eye out for a change.


She gets an A for effort for using her paw this time.


Even Rommel showed up to see what that strange little creature was doing again. He was disgusted, as usual.


Isn't she pathetic?

You cannot leave that puppy alone for 5 minutes.

8 comments:

Erin said...

OMG Puppy LOVE! She is so cute, I hope she keeps on getting stuck for a long time to come! And love the look on wise ol' Rommel's face. That's the same look my 7 year old Marley gave the new little Aussie puppy we brought home last year. Then she looked at me as if to say "SHEEP, I said I wanted SHEEP to herd, not this thing!" Saffron is such a baby :)

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Kate,
I sure have gotten behind in blogging. You have a new addition to your family! Yes, Rommel does look disgusted. Those photos are precious!

Darla said...

Just curious mom..

Kelly said...

Oh that poor creature. That lesson looked like it may have been painful....puppies, gotta love them.

Engineeredgarden said...

That's so funny! I especially like the last photo...

Melissa said...

You keep me laughing with this puppy's antics! Love it!

Susan said...

LOL, You'll be able to write a book on the antics of this little puppy.

Cheryl said...

Too cute. Looks like it's never a dull moment at your place.

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