Thursday, August 29, 2013

Thorsday: Active Brutus!

So, last week Larry complained that all of Brutus' pictures show him in a reclining position.

Well, that's the way giant dogs, even puppies, prefer to spend their time.

But I figured you'd all like to see that Brutus does, indeed, go outside to his own yard.


And he wanders off to the far reaches of the yard, sometimes as much as 50 feet from a person before he returns to make certain we're still here.

Happy Thorsday, everyone!

13 comments:

Pam said...

Big dogs are much like cats. Reclining is good.

Big Dude said...

LOL - I thought it was more of an observation than a complaint but nice to see him out and about. :-)

altadenahiker said...

Yes, a little exercise is good, in moderation.

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Brutus is just gorgeous whether sleeping or meandering. Enjoy your weekend. No worries, and love, Carol (and Stella and Rory)

Blond Duck said...

He's getting so big!

Two French Bulldogs said...

What a BIG baby, BOL
Benny & Lily

SissySees said...

Beautiful, sweet boy. But I for one, am thankful he doesn't desire the very energetic sprints and bounces Gg does. Sissy joins in, and having a wee JRT bounce off of furniture and humans is entirely different than having a good-sized basset making the same contact. I can't even imagine Brutus bouncing and pouncing...

Pam said...

What a sweet pea. I bet he loves exploring your beautiful property. My dog would be in heaven there!!!

~~louise~~ said...

Brutus reminds me of my kids when they were little, their heads would always look back as they stepped further until they just had to turn back to be sure we were watching.

He really is getting big Marjie. I bet he will really enjoy that space one day when he's older:)

Blond Duck said...

Have a great Labor Day!

Dexter said...

"Active." Hehehe

Mango momma

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I know my Dane used to spend a lot of time sleeping. The smaller breeds we have had are far more active! Have a odd week. Diane

Blond Duck said...

How fun!