Saturday, December 10, 2011

Tucker under the Christmas Tree




So that's what they've been doing in the room I've never been in.  I can run fast in here and there's lots more places to go under and around!

11 comments:

Leslie said...

LOL - after seeing that pretty Christmas tree, I'm not sure you should be running around too fast in that big new room, Tuck - you don't want to be the one who knocks it over! :o

What a pretty picture.

injoyinmylife said...

Well, that's just the cutest Christmas picture I've seen in a long long time.

tubby3pug said...

Gorgeous picture! One year our friend Ollie was staying with us for Xmas, mom was dog sitting. Ollie had never seen a christmas tree before, his mom and dad are Jewish. Anyway he comes down the stairs, looks at the tree, and goes and pees on it and Ollie is totally trained, It was very funny. You could see him thinking, hmmm a tree in the house

Meeka said...

Here's a tip - you're not to mess with the gifts that they put under the tree cause once that happens they will put a gate or something around it or worse you will be banned from that room. Trust me on this one.

Bailey Be Good! said...

This is such a beautiful photo! :)

Big woofs & hugs! <3

~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

Finn said...

That is such a beautiful photo! Be careful running around in there! Something tells me the peeps will be really really upset if it topples over!

Sara said...

I want one of those under my tree :)

Great photo!

Priscilla said...

It seems Tucker has grown so much in the picture. He looks handsome!

Nola said...

Aww!
Dachshund Nola

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Hi Tucker, be a good pup and you will be able to visit the tree all the time. We have been good with our tree and don't even try to eat the decorations. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

Lassiter Chase and Benjamin said...

Great photo! I'm not sure if your big brother told you -- but I had to tell little Benji that that the Christmas tree is not an indoor port-a-potty. So, far he hasn't been tempted to go on it. Keeping my paws crossed!