Friday, March 06, 2009


Meet Zorro and Rosie, expressing themselves in their favorite pastime.

Speaking of dogs, I saw the fabulous "Wendy and Lucy" last night and I'm still not over it. Sniff.

Question: Favorite dog movie ever?

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Blogger Aleta said...

Awww, they are too cute! Love the name Zorro.

12:26 PM  
Blogger Lana Gramlich said...

They're adorable, of course.
I remember crying & crying & crying at the end of "All Dogs Go to Heaven." I should've laid off the booze, I guess. *L*

1:51 PM  
Blogger Jennifer said...

Our friends Mark and Michelle who meet us at our cabin every summer with their elementary school-age daughter brought the movie "My Dog Skip" last year. The only one in the room who wasn't choking back tears at the end of the movie was the kid! (And I think that was because she'd seen it so many times before. A great movie for young and old.

Your dogs are precious! I have a nervous chihuahua/mutt.

3:36 PM  
Blogger Charles Gramlich said...

Old Yeller is still probabably the most powerful dog movie I've ever seen.

5:50 AM  
Blogger Mathilda said...

The new one that came out this past Christmas: Marley and Me.

In a past life, I used to train dogs; though, they were bigger than the ones that you have here--hunting dogs, mostly retrievers and water spaniels.

9:13 AM  
Blogger Travis Erwin said...

Where the Red Fern Grows wins hands down, but that is the first book i ever reread the second I finished it.

10:35 AM  
Blogger AmyDeborah said...

I don't watch dog movies. I had to be taken out of "Benji" when I was 8. My grandmother took me to see the "wonderful" movie. When Benji got lost from his family, I went to pieces. I haven't watched a dog movie since I was scarred by the experience.
Love your dogs. Somehow I never pictured you as a chihuahua person. We've got a pound puppy named Sadie Jane.

7:05 AM  
Blogger Britta Coleman said...

Thanks, Aleta. My daughter came up with the name...he has a light brown "mask" on his eyes.

Lana, just the title of that film could make a dog lover weep.

Jennifer, I think all Chihuahuas are nervous. Except Zorro, because he's so rotund he can't be bothered to shake.

Charles, would you believe I've never seen it? Does that mean I get voted off the island?

Mathilda, could you train my dogs not to bark at the vacuum cleaner? (It's Rosie's arch nemesis.)

Travis, Where the Red Fern Grows is the best dog book ever! I haven't seen the film because I love the book too much to allow someone else's images in my head.

Amy, I'm not a Chihuahua person. Thus, the irony.

7:14 AM  
Blogger Reb said...

I'm with Charles, Old Yeller it is!

They are a cute pair.

1:30 PM  
Blogger Mathilda said...

Probably not. Although, I might be able to teach them to point whenever they smell the vaccuum which would mean a few seconds of silence before it was flushed out. Then again, they're Chihuahua's, so I am going to go with my previous answer of...

Probably not.

9:58 PM  
Blogger Kern said...

My favorite dog movie may be the most recent one I've seen, Wendy and Lucy. I thought it was a great story about a girl and her dog. Michelle Williams was great, and so was Lucy.

1:27 PM  
Blogger Barbara Martin said...

I love your Chichis, very cute!

7:22 PM  
Blogger Leigh Russell said...

Zorro and Rosie look very comfortable.
Just popped over to let you know the first my book in my seriers is going to be published in June. It's available to order on - Cut Short by Leigh Russell. An invitation to my Virtual Book Launch will be on its way to you in due course!

9:30 AM  

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