Lynda The Neighbor wrote on Facebook last week.....
Dec 21 2012
Odd dog wanted to follow his gal pal Missy...but he knows that fence is a tight fit since he's put on a coupla pounds.
Jan 6 2013
They were staring and staring at me until I took their pic... "Missy & Odd dog"
March 20, 2013
Greetings from Odd dog to his friends in other places!
Dec. 12, 2012
Odd dog: "Cement walls are great for scratchin an itch...First ya walk East, then West, Repeat." (his name is Odd because he has eyes of two different colors. He is at the Neighbors to the North and lives with the Neighbours to the South.
..Dec 25, 2011
Odd The Dog and Three Pirates (and their booty). He had to wonder why the humans dug that nice hole; he usually has to do it himself.
Aug 22, 2012
Odd dog, waiting for breakfast on The Neighbour's side of the 'fence', in his favorite doggie hole.
July 25, 2012
Turtles aren't the only critters digging holes around here. That was a small stack of driftwood by the BBQ, which now looks like the start of a tunnel to the Neighbours, where Odd dog lives. He used to sleep with his chin on his foot, but he can't reach anymore...He is living the Good Life.
|Photo taken yesterday of Missy drinking the sandy water set out for the hermit crabs at the Neighbour's Crab I Tat Shell Exchange..."Mmmm crab water! ...More flavorful that that boring fresh water in MY dish!"|
|Sunset yesterday at The Neighbours Yard: Bouser is young and loves to play, while Odd is not so young and very patient.Bouser lives to our North. Odd (and Missy) are former beach dogs who adopted The Neighbours.|
|Sunrise this morn: Odd & Missy worn out from romping last night with Bouser and rearranging The Neighbours sand.|
|Odd, the retired beach dog who lives at The Neighbours and has many foreign friends.|
This is "Odd" dog rolling in some plants that seem to be handy for back scratching
"Puppy Love"...Odd, the white dog, got up and relinquished to Missy the favorite Hole By The Rock Border, and settled down next to her on the sand. I have seen her point with a paw, where she would like a hole dug, and he will dig it for her.
Missy dog 'guarding' a turtle nest at sunrise. This morning's view included one turtle nest and two dog "nests". Missy & Odd & the Mama Turtles all like to dig holes out back. I amuse myself 'keeping score'...it's just sand & moves around easily.
Odd the Retired Beach Dog Who Adopted The Neighbours, "You could come down here and pet me".
Predawn: doggies waiting for breakfast.
This dog called Odd is waiting before dawn for the The Neighbours he adopted to offer his daily breakfast. Then he has a nap scheduled because it was a lotta work getting the yard to look like that.(Bowser helped.)
Missy noticed me when I whistled softly, this morn just after sunrise. "Oh, Hi!"
MAY 9 2011
|That's "Odd" , named for his one blue eye, a former beach dog who adopted the Neighbours, and has lived a life of ease ever since. He has also won the heart of a number of returning visitors who spoil him during their stays in nearby rentals.|
|Missy: "I used to be a beach dog. Now I am retired and enjoy lounging by the pool."|
|Young Bouser, who lives a lil north, came down to romp with Older Odd at The Neighbours to my south. Odd is being patient and looking at me for sympathy.|
|Missy indulges young Bouser with some romping at The Neighbours of MaraVilla Caribe B&B|
|Put Down That Camera & Feed Me!|
|If we BOTH stare at her, she MIGHT get the message. Photo by Lynda The Neighbour, who has given these dogs "The Life of Riley". (For those of you unfamiliar with 50's sitcoms, They Have It Made!)|