Well, continuing on with my world tour *, the next stop was Australia. So nice of the Australians to announce my impending arrival in their newspaper :)

Newspaper Headlines Framed



We only had a brief stop, so the main thing I wanted to see was the Great Barrier Reef.

The first thing I did was rent a sailboat to sail around the reef, so we could get a great view. Of course, being a puppy princess, I had to add the royal touch to the sail :)

Behr on Sail BoatFramed

By the time we got to the Great Barrier Reef, all I could think about was lunch. We Great Danes think about food all the time, you know.

I was so hungry I could eat a shark, but Mom said I wasn’t allowed to eat one. I think she was just worried about the bones or something.

Even the boat was even starting to look edible after a while. I was thinking “banana boat” and drooling. Sea gulls flew by, and they started looking like flying chickens to me. 

Needless to say, when we FINALLY got to the reef, this is all I could see….

Great Barrier Reef of Bee Framedf

 That’s right, it became the Great Barrier Reef of Beef, and I wanted to eat the whole thing. Mom caught me just about to jump in and ordered the boat to sail back to shore. Darn, almost had it.

She was my “great barrier” keeping me from that yummy beef.

I guess the Aussies are lucky I didn’t eat their landmark like I ate the pyramid in Egypt.

So after finally eating, we jumped back on my jet and flew all night to get to France. I need an after dinner nap, so you’ll have to stay tuned for that story.

See ya in Paris! 

♥Princess Reef Beef, um, I mean Behr Behr. (sorry, I’m still thinking about it)


*Story started in March 2014. You can read how this all started here.



After eating an entire pyramid in Egypt, I was pretty full during our flight to China.  After I ate it, the Food and Drug administration in America asked my permission to change our food pyramid to a plate. I thought it was brilliant, and gave them my approval. I wish they would have named it “Behr’s plate” though, instead of just “my plate.”

On second thought, MY plate is mainly meat, with some veggies, fruit, yogurt and stuff added. They can have their own plate.

Before our plane landed, word had gotten out that Behr Behr, the Puppy Princess was arriving. The  people of China surprised me with a Chinese princess wardrobe, in my size. So nice of them!

China Princess Behr

Don’t I look great in these colors?

Of course we saw the most famous sites in China, including the “Great Wall of China.”

I was a bit disappointed when I found out that all of the china was empty. I was getting hungry and dreaming of china bowls filled with chicken everywhere.

Great Wall of China

At one point, I was so hungry I dressed like a farm worker and went into the rice paddies to grab a snack.

Behr harvesting rice in China


Don’t they have a Great Wall of Chicken anywhere?


♥ Princess Kung Fu Behr Behr

P.S.- I also learned something important while I was here.

You can’t eat karate chops. Sorry, I thought they were something like lamb chops and pork chops.

They laughed when I tried to order them in a restaurant.

Shhhh…Behr’s mom here. I’m hijacking her blog to show you what I think is a moment of cuteness.

I’m pretty sure she would be embarrassed and wouldn’t want you to see this.

Here’s a secret about Behr Behr. She absolutely can not go to sleep without something in her mouth. She and her sister, Sage, have done this their whole lives. They also have to hold their toys or blankets between their legs.

Anyhow, I thought this was so cute because she wore herself out playing and then fell asleep with her leopard toy in her mouth.

I guess I should add that afterward she tore the poor leopard’s head off, as usual.


Cuddles with leopard

Our puppies are such angels when they’re sleeping, aren’t they? (even if they were rascals all day…)

Does anybody else have a puppy who does this, or is it just ours?

Behr Behr’s mom :)



After our freezing trek to Nepal, I was happy to be off to somewhere WARM.

We hopped back on my jet and headed for Egypt, because I wanted to see the great pyramids.

Here’s a picture of me in front of my favorite pyramid of all….the FOOD pyramid :)



Behr at Great Pyramids framed

This one was made for dogs, as you can see, and full of what I actually eat.

Speaking of which, if you happen to go there, you won’t get to see this pyramid, because I, um..well… I ate the whole thing when Mom and Dad weren’t looking.

At home, I have a silly dish that keeps me from eating super fast, but this wasn’t in my dish. Bwahhaha.

The people of  Egypt were SO impressed with my ability to eat an entire pyramid that they made a sphinx in my memory. I was truly honored.

Behr as Sphinx

You can see my sphinx if you go there, and as my special friends you’ll have the inside scoop on why they made it. Don’t tell Mom and Dad why I got it though. It’s our secret :)

♥ Behr Behr, one hot doggie in Egypt :)

After packing all of my stuff, Mom, Dad and I all jumped into my private jet and took off for my new life of adventure. No more staying at home staring at grass and squirrels and confining walls.  Freedom!

First we zipped up to Alaska for a quick visit with the Snow Dogs who like to race in the snow. I even got my own fur jacket to wear so I didn’t look half naked anymore (SO embarrassing!!) Here’s a photo with my new Alaskan friends :)

Snow Dogs Framed

Then it was back to New York because everyone who travels the world takes off from New York. At least that’s what my friend Wuki down the street told me we had to do.

My favorite part was the statue of Liberty From Leashes :)  Now THAT lady knows how a dog is supposed to live!

Freedom from Leashes Framed


The next morning, I woke up and looked outside.  Yippee! Snow!

Behr looking at snow framed

I found out there was a catch to this snow adventure. Mom put these silly boots on my feet. I refused to put all 4 feet on the ground with them on. Sometimes I think Mom and Dad dream up things like this to do to me just for laughs. They kept taking pictures and videos and laughing until they were crying. I was NOT laughing.

I’m not a circus animal, you know.

Circus Act

We jumped in our 4 wheel drive and started off for the mountains. Mom kept taking pictures of the temperature on the car thermometer. It was getting colder and colder as we drove. Burrr. Doesn’t this just make you shiver? (yes, that’s 11 degrees below zero F)

11 below zero

We spent a few nights camping to get used to the altitude and temperature. Ha! Right. No one gets used to THAT kind of temperature!

Mom and Dad had nice warm down sleeping bags. I am a princess puppy, so I had 2 jackets, one of them heated. On top of that, I had a heated bed and tons of sleeping bags piled on top of me.

In the middle of the night, I got up to walk ’round and ’round in circles to pack down the snow, and plopped back down. That’s when I realized my legs weren’t tucked in anymore.

I was getting cold, so I tucked my legs under mom’s sleeping bag REAL gently, so she wouldn’t know it. My solution to the “cold leg” problem was working well until I dreamed I was doing zoomie runs in the snow again. Oooops.

My mom freaked out when she woke up to my legs running under her sleeping bag! She wasn’t very happy with me.  I reminded her it was better than waking up with a strange dog in the tent like last time. (see previous post)

Here’s a photo of me in the mts., taken real quick because I was freezing and just wanted to go back to the warm tent.

Mom didn’t even pick me up and hold me like Rupee’s mom did.

Behr at Mt. Everest Framed

After this freezing adventure, I decided the next stop was going to be warm.

Next stop….Egypt.

love, Behr Berh, the burrrrrrd dog.


So, after working for Mr. Trumpcard for like 15 years (in dog years, that is), I finally bought my own jet. Boy was I happy to quit THAT job!!! I hated wearing all of those silly wigs. I think wearing the fake hair made my REAL hair so sad it let go of  it’s pretty black color. That’s why it’s gray now.

Behr Jet Framed

Behr’s private jet

Nice, isn’t it?

I had decided my first stop would be Nepal because that’s where my mom and dad met. For real. Also, after going to over 32 countries, Oscar was going there too and I wanted to meet him.

Sadly, Oscar didn’t get to go, but his mom, Joanne Lefson, found a new dog named Rupee and took him to Mt. Everest.  That story even made me cry puppy tears. He is THE CUTEST dog ever!!!

Mom told me a funny story about when she was camping in Nepal. One night she saw eyes of a big animal blinking at her IN her tent. She thought maybe it was a tiger. She and her friend laughed when they saw it was just a stray dog wanting to sleep in their tent with them.

It wasn’t Rupee because he wasn’t born yet. Now Mom sleeps with a dog in her tent all the time. That would be ME, of course.

I always sleep with my eyes covered, so if she shines her flashlight at me she can’t see my eyes. :) Someday it would be fun to dress up in a tiger costume and scare her when we’re camping. Ha ha!

As I packed, I was remembering how much fun I had when we visited the snow as a little puppy.

Behr puppy digging in snow

Snow was fun, but was I always cold because Mom only dressed me in a jacket with no pants, so my butt and tail were always freezing.  Hmmm, I noticed humans never run around in the snow with only a jacket on.

My first stop was Alaska, to train with the Snow Dogs ’cause they’re pros at hiking long distance in the freezing cold snow. You’ll notice THEIR moms dress them in full length fur coats though. :)

Behr Behr, the globe trotting snow puppy :)


From http://www.laughnet.net

(From http://www.laughnet.net site)


Sorry for the delay. Mom’s ‘puter has not been co-operating. It’s ok now, tho.

That’s the difference between dogs and ‘puters..we puppies are always ready to run :)

Behr behr :)

So, all of my crazy adventures started one day when Mom was at work and I was super bored. I was looking for dogs with more exciting lives than mine, when I found Oscar. Oscar got to go all around the world with his mom.  That’s when I decided I was going to be a globe-trotting Great Dane. Yippee!

First I had to get my own luggage. Mom said I would have to carry my own, so I got a backpack.

Behr with backpack on red

Then I found out that I couldn’t sit with Mom and Dad on the plane, and that I’d have to be shipped in a silly box. Are you serious? Boxes are for things like soap, macaroni and cheese. Do I look like mac and cheese to you? I didn’t think so.

Princess Behr Behr

So, this little puppy princess came up with a brilliant plan, as usual.

All I had to do was get a high paying job and buy my OWN plane.

Mom always said I needed to get a job anyhow. I admit, my first try  didn’t exactly work out, but I’m a lot more careful now.

That’s how I ended up being Donald Trumpcard’s top dog. I guess he wanted my help to become famous, and being seen with me was just the boost he needed.  It worked, of course, and now he is super well known. You’ve probably even heard of him, thanks to me.  :)

Behr with Donald Trump

Stay tuned to the Behr Behr channel for more of my adventures.

♥ Behr Behr

Well, glad you asked! I’ve missed all of my friends in the blogsphere.

After my whirlwind tour of the world, I’m back with lots of fun stories of all of my adventures to keep you smiling. :)

If you are new here, glad you found us  somehow.

Here’s a sneak preview…

She's Back

Stay tuned.

Same blog, same fun-loving Behr Behr  :)

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