This is the "time for a treat" look. It CAN NOT be ignored. Whenever I see this, my response is: Okay Teddy, treat time. Let's go get one. She knows only too well where her treats are kept. The are literally about 15 feet from right where she is sitting in this picture.
Notice the tail is down now. When chow chows lower their tails, it always means something is wrong. This lowered tail means Teddy is unhappy.
Why is Teddy unhappy at treat time? Because she has to walk into the house to get it. Chow Chows like to be waited on.
First she has to stop for a drink. I'm coming mama....hold on a second okay?
Come on Teddy...mama has your treat.
Notice how this is sort of the opposite of running and being excited.
Slowly I walk...step by step.....
And an extra piece. Isn't this exactly how your dog acts when given a liver treat?
As I get ready for Halloween I was noticing how many things that are permanent fixtures in my abode actually look like Halloween props. I truly am surrounded by Halloween all year, intentional or not!
I mean, this piece is a bit scary.
The broom is always close at hand.
My witch cups are always on display.
Not sure what to say about this.
This etching hangs in my living room. A naked headless body going through a hula hoop with vines growing out of it is a bit strange.
Witch balls. Bet you didn't think witches had balls. We have BALLS baby!!! Big balls!!!
And the crows by the Celtic crosses keep watch over some seriously freaky etchings.
Come to think of it, I might not have much Halloween decorating to do!
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