Sunday, December 26, 2010

Our Christmas in Pictures...


We certainly did have a very Merry Christmas...

I started out with a yummy marrow bone and the cats got cat nip and treats in their puzzle box.

                  Then mom, dad and grandma sat down with glasses of eggnog and opened presents.

Grandma got more presents than any of us. Mom says that's because she is ninety and deserves every one and more!

                Then the cats got more cat nip and I got some presents.  I got a squeaky eggplant!

And then I got a Nina Ottosson Dog Brick.   It is a treat puzzle and I did really good at figuring it out and getting all the treats out of it even on my first try.  Hard to fool me!

And last but not least I got a talking treat dispenser. It has mama's voice talking at me when I go and touch it!  She says if I get lonely when she is at work all I have to do is touch it and I can listen to her voice and get a treat.  Pretty cool, but I still wish she would just stay home or take me with her.

After all that fun mom cooked up a really good dinner... She called it a turducken and told me she had never had one before. Well, let me tell you, it was so delicious and she made dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy and fresh cranberry sauce and green beans too!   Oh the smells were driving me crazy!  I got some kibble mixed with turducken and gravy for dinner, good mommy!



                                                Traditional Plum Pudding for dessert!

And while everybody was resting/digesting after dinner I came within centimeters of snagging the rest of the turducken off the counter. I got the butcher knife instead and when that hit the floor it got mom's attention. Drat!  She rescued the turducken and called me a bad dog, then she laughed at me so I guess she wasn't that mad. 





 So what I heard about Christmas is right. Christmas for me is about peace, home, family, love, giving, play, and good home cooking...and don't forget the belly rubs!!! 

But not too hard, my belly is full!



  1. Oh Ryker what a wonderful Christmas you had! Yay! I want to snuggle up with your jolly Grandma :D What a happy soul! Good job by you and the cats on the treat puzzles! Knowin me I would've picked it up and shook it across the room instead of doin it the way you're suppose to (sometimes I don't have much patience ;) I drooled over your marrow bone. I just luv those things! :P

    Mom's really intrigued by the turducken. She's heard about it but been a bit unsure if she could cook it right. She's wonderin how your Mom cooked it?

    Waggin at ya,

  2. Ruby applauds your counter surfing effort and says with practice you will learn to avoid the utensils.

  3. What a wonderful Christmas! I love the puzzle treat toys...may have to check them out for the fur kids here.


  4. Glad you had such a fun and wonderful Christmas!!!
    Your Grandma deserves all the presents she got :)

  5. Looks like you had a fantastic Christmas! Ranger tried to steal the turkey off the counter too, and like you he was thwarted! I am happy you had such a great day! We loved the puzzle toys you got, they look like loads of fun!


  6. What a wonderful Christmas you had! That dinner looks so delicious we can't stop drooling-BOL! and that talking treat dispenser looks awesome (what's it called?)
    Maddy and Owen

  7. Christmas looks like it was full of laughter and fun at your house, not to mention the yummy looking food!

    Merry Christmas


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