Whew, so happy Lion was rescued...did you throw him in the water? :)
Oh my, its a good thing the stuffy got out of there. Hopefully he drys up and is as good as newurban hounds
You should have called me, Wyatt. I'm the best stuffy retriever (even though I'm not a retriever) there is!
Yay! Mr. Lion is saved!!
BOL!! That was so cute!!
Airedales can be taught to hunt, herd, retrieve, guard, carry messages through war zones, kill vermin, hold bears at bay, and compete in the ring. The one thing they're best at, though, is getting people to work for them.
I'm so glad he was saved!
Thank goodness Mr Lion is safe!Love ya lots,Mitch
Did you have to give Mr. Lion mouth to mouth? When you did, did he blow bubbles out his tail? hahhahhahaBlessings,Goose
I am sure Mr. Lion will forgive you....when he dries out. :) Luckily those stuffies are quick to forgive!
That's about the only thing we don't do to our stuffies and that's only because we don't have a pond! And Finn's right, once he dries out, he'll forget all about it.XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Doggies who love their stuffies and tennis balls must bow down to the great one - 'the mighty net rescuer' of all sinking stuffies. You are lucky to have 'oh mighty net of the pond' nearby who acted quickly. My friends thank 'oh mighty great net of the ocean' for saving tennis balls but sometimes he arrives too late on the beac...
Good thing Mr. Lion floats!-Bart and Ruby
It is always so hard when you having fun tossing a stuffy up in the air - to know exactly where they land. Mom has found ours in plant pots, water bowls, even caught on the fence.
BOl - we don't have a pond here, but Lightning seems to enjoy dropping his stuffies in the water bowl.Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
Heh heh! Aren't nets cool though? (Mom won't let us bring our fave stuffers near water anymore... just those floating kongs or bumpers!) Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!xoSammie and Avalon
Oh Dears....did you have to give him nose to nose?
Woof!And they can't drooly save themselves as well!I think I wrote this on FB as well.I am sounding like my own echo!
Wow!Sure Mr. Lion is happy to be back with you!Happy Weekend!Kisses and hugsLorenza
So glad that Mr. Lion was rescued and safe and sound now! Phew!!!
Well at least it could float BOL! :) Waggin at ya,RooPeeS: Great info Stanzie on the skunkies! :)
Lucky Mr Lion being rescued!Have a great weekendBig Nose PokesThe Thugletsx
Hey Wyatt!Wow, I'm so glad that your peep rescued Mr Lion! I would have just gone swimmmie...what a great excuse to jump in. But I'm nutty for water that way. Your idea is a lot drier and didn't result in a bath afterwards! BOL. I love your pond a whole bunch!Grr and Woof,Sarge, COP
Whew! That was a close one!
Aw so sweet! Nothing so good as a favourite stuffie!!!! have fun! Ros and Oscar
Hooray for humans with long nets!
Wow, that was pretty scary for awhile I bet! Let's hear it for the humans!!! Have a great day.
At least he got out safely! Did you guys get all your IditaWalk minutes in?Bunny
Oh dear! YOu need a Newfie!Dachshund Nola
Wow, thank goodness for the two legged ones coming to the rescue! Wouldn't it be better if stuffies COULD swim??Woof.Groucho
Good thing the humans were able to help with the rescue!Stop on by for a visitKarihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com