“What the barking blazes is that thing swimming in front of Mattina?” I bark
Kristina and Matt come to the bow. They’re all calm, like a monster isn’t swimming so close to us.
“Go away I,” I bark. “Or else.” Or else what, I have no idea.
Do you see how close it came to our boat?
I can’t believe the beast doesn’t listen to me. So you know what it does next?
It swims right underneath me. I go crazy jumping up and down barking at it. Mr. Dolphin turns on his side and looks up at me. I think he’s smiling at me. An evil smile, mind you. I bounce, and I bark, doing my best to scare it away. I am the protector of this pack, and I take my job seriously.
Kristina and Matt hide behind me. They know they need me to take care of them. And I do. Ten long minutes later, the dolphin finally understands he’s not welcome and he swims away.
I don’t he’ll come back anytime soon. Phew. I’m glad that’s over and I can go back to napping on my trampoline.
8 thoughts on “Farley’s Friday: Wheaten Terrier Meets Dolphin”
Farley I love dolphins! They bring good luck when they swim alongside the boat! Have a pawesome weekend! =^.^=
Oh Oh, Are you saying I shouldn’t bark at them to make them go away?
Dear Farley a dolphin is a dog’s friend. He can help lead the way and watch for those underwater dangers that we can’t see. He was probaly happy to see you were a boat without nets. SOME boat try to catrch them but he knew that you were a nice boat.
Hey Mitzi, You seem to be on to something. I’m going to remember that next time I see one. Maybe I’ll even invite it over to play! Kristina says she likes to swim with them, so I guess I need to calm down a bit.
Dear Fearly. Dolphins is sweet cretures but I adore you for telling everyone. You are a true leader 🙂
Thank you. I’ll try to lead without being afraid of dolphins now that everyone is telling me how good they are.
A dogs life, excellent..
I don’t think life get’s any better for this dog.