Tanner's greeting

Join me on my journey as I grow to become part of my pack/family. We'll have a lot of fun along the way! Hopefully, I can make you laugh.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Part 1 is Done!!!

Mommy wants to keep me safe!  So she and Daddy made plans over the winter, to put up a fence in our back yard.  Our yard is "tree lined" on two sides.  And our one neighbor already has a fence.  So Mommy and Daddy thought putting up a front fence would be enough.

This is the finished fence on the one side of the house.

and this is the other side. 
This side has a gate.  The other side doesn't. 
 I'm not sure what a gate is, but we have it.

Mommy and Daddy had hoped that that would be enough to do right now.  But they were wrong.

For some silly reason, I keep knocking my Tennis Balls through this tree line when be play.  And I HAVE to go through and get them.  After all, they are my tennis balls.
But the neighbor does not like this.
So, Mommy and Daddy are having a temporary wire fence put up along this side.

And, I have also started trying to go into the back-door neighbor's yard.  I just want to see what is there.  I keep sneeking behind the lilac bush.  So the fence will go the whole way around the yard. 
Mommy says she just does not want me to get into trouble.

So, here I am.  Ready to play in my backyard.
  Mommy says the 50' leash stays no matter what. 
 As we travel this summer, we may have to play in open spaces and she will need it to keep track of me.

Okay, Mom!!!
 Enough Pictures!!!
Put down the camera and throw the ball, Please!!!

Doggy Kisses,


  1. The fence looks great!! And we agree, humans need to put the camera down and PLAY!! BOL!!

  2. We think your new fence is a great idea. We don't want any buddy stealing you
    Benny & Lily

  3. Oh Yay!! It looks great! Hopefully our will get done this weekend! Keep your fingers crossed!

  4. We live on over 2 acres but our poochies do not get to run free on it. I wish they could be we are not fully doggie fenced in and we have ticks and occasionally coyotes. So Tucker and Stewie have only our back lawn area which is fenced, to play in. Not real big but we do have fun on a long leash in the front yard. Stewie is okay of leash but not Tucker. If he saw a deer, squirrel or bird he would take off without a second glance.

    Maybe fencing in the whole back yard would be good to do for you and then you could run with your tennis balls.