You can’’t teach an old dog new tricks, or so the saying goes. But, if the story of a pair of English Jack Russell Terriers is anything to go by, it seems an old dog can teach a younger one a thing or two.
For the past five years, a Jack Russell called Freddie, who lives with his owner Patricia Swinley in Gloucestershire, has regularly taken a ride on the back of a friendly Shetland pony called Daisy. When seven year old Freddie recently became friendly with a younger Jack Russell, called Percy, he was determined to share the experience with him.
One day Freddie invited Percy up and the pair went for a ride. Percy quickly got the hang of it and the pair became regular passengers on Daisy’s back, amazing locals in their village, Flaxley. The only problem now is th at the pair often argue over whose turn it is to go first. There is no such squabbling when the pair take an alternative form of transport, in a little cart that Daisy pulls through the village.
Is it to drive a formula 1 car?
Is it to fly a fighter in combat?
Is it to practice free falling parachuting?
Is it bungee jumping, wild water rafting?
Is it to gamble your salary on a coin toss?
Is it to insult the doorman in a bar?
Is it to insult your boss?
Is it to go on a defective ferris wheel?
BS……..those are nothing!
It’s a romantic full moon, when Pedro said, “Hey, mamacita, let’s do Weeweechu.”
“Oh no, not now, let’s look at the moon!” said Rosita.
“Oh, c’mon baby, let’s you and I do Weeweechu. I love you and it’s the perfect time,” Pedro begged.
“But I wanna just hold your hand and watch the moon.” replied Rosita.
“Please, corazoncito, just once, do Weeweechu with me.”
Rosita looked at Pedro and said, “OK, one time, we’ll do Weeweechu.”
Pedro grabbed his guitar and they both sang…..
“Weeweechu, Weeweechu, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.”
In Tibetan culture, people greet each other by sticking out their tongues. It’s also used to show respect. One can’t help but think that this fella will get along great there.
Holy Cow, look at that tongue! The Tibetan’s tongue sticking out culture derives from the belief that a person with a black tongue is wicked. If that’s so, then this dog must be the most kind hearted creature on earth!
He looks happy too
I would argue that this is one of the most awesome shots ever. We’ve all played with our dogs using balls, but look at this one go! All the elements are there – Look at the paws curled up, the legs in the process of lifting off the ground…
But most of all, check out the ears. Laid black, blowing behind him with the sheer speed of movement. He looks just like a plane about to take off!
Here’s another one with him having accomplished the feat: