Last evening we took the dogs to the park to play, run, and get tired. It worked spectacularly! There were four dogs total and Kima took immediately to a 15 pound white dog that came in and hit the park running.


This little dog started sprinting as soon as she passed through the gate and Kima took off after her. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen Kima run like that! Circle after circle they were balls to the wall. If the little dog stopped Kima bumped her with her nose to encourage her to keep going. Go she did.

After a solid ten minutes of this activity Easton realized that he was not the center of Kima’s doggie universe and he. Was. Jealous.

He began chasing Kima chasing the little white dog. Except he was trying to jump on her back, bite her neck, growled and barked at her (in the most loving way possible) and just generally shouted PAY ATTENTION TO ME. Kima completely ignored him and kept going even while he jaw was on her neck.

It was absolute, pure hilarity!

Of course once we got back to the house they curled up in the dog bed together, one’s head on the other or crossing paws.

I don’t think either of them could live without the other anymore.


1 Response to “Jealousy”

  1. 1 Kristin October 10, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    Hey ! Love that new header ! looks familiar …

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