Friday, April 17, 2009

Groundhog Hunting 101

This is not a groundhog.







This - is a groundhog.









This is how to cool down after a good hunt.








This has nothing to do with groundhog hunting. It is me taking Mel's advice and trying to become a brindle lab.






I'll be glad to answer any and all questions that you may have.


Woofs and muddy slobbers,
Chester

13 comments:

Hebnix said...

I like the added mice column....
Man were you muddy....
I'm thinking of letting Tequilla do that on Sunday, right before I give her a bath....
NOT! I would be finding mud for weeks with her fuzzy, long hair.
Looks fun though!

Anita said...

I love the mud photo! Great hunt indeed!
Kisses from the gang

Painter Pack said...

Haroo roo roooooo!!! Chester, you the dog!!! So brave in your hunting! I is your devoted follower!

Mya Boo Boo

Melody sez said...

Oh Chester! That try at brindle bonification was a good one! You almost maybe did it! I will require you to do something maybe a bit more darker! Try some old motor oil or something like that!
Tonka bit a fluffy opossum's butt the other night, by the way! Tonka had fluffy opossum fluff fur caught in his teeth! It was funny! The fluffy opossum was not laughing though! The fluffy opossum walked away hissing at Tonka! That fluffy opossum had tender looking tender earmeat! I suspect that that fluffy opossum's earmeat smells of persimmons or something like that!

Nibbles Treats said...

Look at you! What a good dog you are. Know anything about rabbit hunting? We have them in our back yard. They like to run out from under our deck and scare us. Crazy critters!

Tinkerbell, Oscar and Tucker

Joey said...

I'm not really sure I want to know the answers, but my questions would be - what did you do with the mouse and the groundhog?

See ya!
Joey

GoldenSamantha said...

Oh man, Chester!!! We love - I mean totally LOVE the same things - only my critters are gophers and squirrels, neither of which I've managed to catch yet. But the foul furry black and white creature (Ozzie the cat) manages to catch little furry things like the first pix you posted and also (my mom screams when this happens) feathered things. I take great interest in this, while my mom tries to keep me away. Life is tough all over. And then, like you, if there happens to be a mud puddle around, I immediately go lie down in it. Cooling off - you are da bomb!
Licks and Hugs xo
SAmmie

Pies Placek said...

I think you were wery happy.

Mason Dixie said...

wow, you really do catch and kill groundhogs and mice!! My man. I have never killed anything, not sure if I could. =)

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

OH ya mud hunting it the best no matter what creatures you find..
We left that tire at the lake run on down there an grab it..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Ummm....did you really hunt down that groundhog and make it...umm...dead?? Oooh, we are in awe man....we're not even allowed to chase pesky wabbits, even when they are clearly blowing raspberries at us!
Dooood, you rock! Nice mudbathing too....one must visit the spa after a day's hunting :D
Slobbers xx

Joey said...

Thanks for answering my questions. I'm glad your mom has a strong heart! My mom once picked up a mouse that had died in my human sister's garage - all the "big strong men" were too chicken - and if it had squealed, well, I shudder to think...

Your pal,
Joey

Andrea said...

Chester you are gorgeous...even covered in mud!! Stopped by via Mason Dixie...so nice to "meet" you! Great photos! :)

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