Friday, November 11, 2011

Doc's Diatribe: At the Spa

Hey, there, Tucker.
I think you ought to come in and try it.

They say that mud baths are very relaxing.
The mud's supposed to suck the stress out.

It's supposed to wash out impurities 
and increase blood circulation.
It's supposed to soothe aches and pains.

I just think it is a pain.
Pure and simple!

Would you believe people pay money 

for something like this?!!!

Stupid humans!


  1. Wow, that's a lot of mud! We have dried out for the time being.

  2. oh that looks like Winston on my blog a few posts back. He got into the neighbors cow pen. What a Mess. If you think about it, really think about it, we'd probably relieve a lot of stress for free by going out there and rolling around in the mud with the animals! Because we'd be laughing our butts off! And I could use a little less butt and a lot more laughter!

    Cindy Bee

  3. We're getting it here too. Lots of doggie paw prints on the floor.

  4. Very your pictures and the story to go with them! Your Aussie is indeed beautiful. I'm trying to go thru your posts so I can read the one you sent to me about your Australian Shepherd.

    Hope you're having a great weekend!

  5. Haha yes indeed! Stupid humans!

    thanks for the smile...

  6. Ick! Tucker don't you dare! Doc is just trying to get you in trouble.

  7. Ewww. . .mud! We have tons of it, too! I'm with Doc, I can't believe people pay for that! Or. . . we could start a business and charge people to roll around in our mud.

  8. No mud moisture it looks good to me! :)

  9. Good thing that fence is Tucker-proofed. Rolling in the mud looks like a Tucker-temptation.

  10. I wish more horses felt the same way as Doc, instead of rolling in the goop!


  11. Yep- smart Haffies, stooopid humans!


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