Monday, October 24, 2011


I did it!
I caught it!

what the heck am I supposed to do with it?

Today while my mom was in the barn I was hanging around by the paddock fence. (I'm not allowed in the paddock or the barn - picture a frowny-face dog!) My mom flushed out two pigeons that were hanging around the run-in area. One flew north, the other flew south. I caught that one. Pulled it right out of the air. Wowwy - Zowwy!

I'm not sure who was surprised the most;
my mom
or the pigeon!

The pigeon squeaked just like my squeaky duck.
Holy Pigeon!
I didn't expect to actually catch the thing!
I am not sure what to do with it.
I ran into the small yard.
I ran out.
I pranced by Dad to show him what I had.
I went back to the small yard.
In. Out. In! Out!
What to do?
Bury it?
Carry it?

Tucker, I'll take the keyboard from here.
I think this post is best left as
"Don't ask. Don't tell"
so as not to offend our readers!


  1. Put it in the crock pot on low for a few hours with some water and brown rice. Tucker will love it for dinner!!! ok - sorry....but I did just read where you can heat beef, rice and water and it's a great dog food that helps with the their skin issues, which our dogs have. I figure...cow..pigeon? What's the diff?

    Cindy Bee

  2. Aussies can JUMP ! so no surprise to me that you caught it Tucker! Good JOB!

  3. Wow Tucker! Those are some skills you have!

  4. Impressive Tucker!!

    and . . .

    God bless the little pigeon that was.

  5. Oh, heebie~jeebies I just saw the snake in the post below!!!

    Tucker the bird dog, huh??? Hey Tucker...does pigeon taste like chicken? Heeehehehe!

    Never a dull moment.

    God bless and have an extraordinary day sweetie!!! :o)

  6. Hope you enjoyed your pigeon, Tucker! Poor little thing, sacrificed for the greater (Tucker's) good.

  7. Pigeons can be really messy in a barn. Good job, Tucker.

  8. Mickey will be so jealous.

  9. Way to go go get that snake:)


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