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I was pretty surprised when I saw the cat on the elevator sign (yesterday’s post). Can you believe Mom and I saw another funny elevator sign?
At least this sign had a dog on it.
I’m pretty sure this one was for:
1. Couples (with no animals)
2. Dog owners who like to sit on big rocks
Mom usually sits on a big rocks when we take a break during hikes. When we stop by a rock, I know it means time for water and snacks. Yippee!
You can tell that the dog on the sign is expecting a snack from his human (sitting on the rock). I wonder if they were hiking too?
So, since Mom sits on rocks and has me as her dog, we got to use this elevator. I’m glad we found one that we were allowed to use.
P.S.-There were no bossy cats anywhere around, either.
♥Behr Behr, the upwardly mobile dog 🙂
My mom is allergic to morning. At least, I think that’s what she told me.
That’s a big problem right now because it’s way too hot for us to go for walkies any other time.
It’s like 147 degrees by 8 in the morning. Yuck.
She surprised me by waking me up when it was dark outside saying, “Let’s go, Behr Behr.” Really Mom?? Woohoo!!! I woke up REAL fast before she could change her mind!
I’m no dummy.
It was weird being on the street with no one around.
There weren’t even any cars around. I think they were still asleep.
I was surprised to see my friend Donkey up so early.
This time of morning Mom is too sleepy to talk to me, so I have plenty of time to think about things. Like signs.
I’ve always wondered what they mean. Some are pretty weird, actually. Like this one-
I thought about it for a while. Then I remembered seeing a big boulder in the road one time.
Oh! It means “Go around the big rocks!”
Really I would rather jump over them. I guess humans need help deciding what to do when there’s a rock in the road.
When we headed back home, I was in a BIG hurry. Mom didn’t even feed me before we left, so I was starving!!
At least I had time to think about deep things, like what human signs mean. And I got to go for walkies with Mom, even with her allergy to morning.
Life is good.
♥ Behr Behr, sign language interpreter
I was actually getting excited about becoming the world’s first sign spinning Dane, so I got up early to practice. Hmmm. Where would I get a sign to practice with? Oh, I know!
My parents have this silly rule that when they don’t want me to cross an imaginary line (like out of my crate or into a room), they say “no dogs!” and draw a line with their hand. You know, the rule is ok when they ask me to stay in my crate with the door open, or maybe out of the bathroom room or something (although I do like to get in there and snag the toilet paper). I guess I can handle that. BUT, when they tell me I can’t be in the kitchen where all of the food is, I say, “no way!!”
I talk back to them, sneak in, and pretend I didn’t hear them so I can be in the kitchen where the food is.
I jumped up with it, spun around, and did a couple of cool tricks. Things were going well.
Then I remembered how much I LOVE to chew on sticks, and, well, you can guess what happened to the stick.
Maybe I won’t become the world’s first sign spinning Dane after all. It’s just too tempting to eat the signs and the sticks. Oh well. I tried.
♥ Behr Behr, the sign eating Dane.