Too active?

HC is very frustrated with my hyper-activeness these few days.

Every day, I would get to play ball-fetching about an hour in the evening. Usually, by then, I would be satisfied and rest at home quietly. But recently, HC is very frustrated as I would need only a 20 mins rest before asking HC to play with me again.
(HC : during this nap of 20 mins, I would only have enough time to take a shower. By the time I was ready to rest, Joey is already awake and wants to play!)

HC complained that I was a very irritating dog. I would push my plush ball in her palm and whined if she doesn't throw it for me. Sometimes, I would sit in front of THE CUPBOARD (where HC puts my rubber balls) and stare - willing the rubber ball to fall out of the cupboard....

She is puzzled at my hyper activeness... and then she remembered this....

She has been feeding us 1/2 a capsule of colostrum 2-3 times a week. And some benefits of colostrum includes : better immune system, improved athletic performance, anti-aging.

So, it is not my fault for being so hyper active, right?

Don't I look good for a middle age dog?


Joe Stains said...

omdog I need to get some of those pills to help me keep up with Tanner.

Forest Dogs said...

I think you look great for a middle-aged dog ... can I have some of those pills too?

Hi, I'm on a quest to find blogging dogs, peace-loving dogs for next week's "Dona Nobis Pacem"

Peaceglobe day...(the cats have overtaken the movement so far!!)

Please join!

Thank you.

Blogblast for Peace
6th June 2007

(If you do 'Wordless Wednesday' a Peaceglobe would be fantastic!)

Lorenza said...

Hi, Joey.
I do the same thing with my mom and I don't get pills.
Have a nice weekend

Frasypoo said...

You look great for a middle aged doggy!