Saturday, October 06, 2007

Storms? What Storms?

Yo - Opie here.

So dogmom has been making this big fuss because of the way I freak out at storms. She keeps posting about it - every time the sky rumbles and flashes.

http://dogsayeview.blogspot.com/2007/08/stormy-and-smelly-at-our-house.html
http://dogsayeview.blogspot.com/2007/07/boomies.html
http://dogsayeview.blogspot.com/2007/07/we-survived-fireworks-day.html

She freaks when I freak at the boomies. I am sooooo over that. (Well, mostly.)

Anyways, dogmom got some drugs from Dr. Kate and they helped to make me a little calmer during the storms. Not a lot, but enough that she could try to reason with me. And, she bought this stormy CD that she kept playing all the time.

I liked to make her play it just because she acted so goofy when it was on. Acting all excited when the machine made boomie sounds. I swear, I live with total nutballs.

Anyways, here's what the sky looked like during the boomies. There were light flashes, too, but my paw wasn't working fast enough to get pictures of them.


And, this is how I reacted to the boomies last night:


Wuf Ya!

9 comments:

Cubby said...

Oooh! We might have to try that treatment on Dakota!

Momo :) said...

Stoms don't sound 'fun thing' to deal with. I am freaked when i see lighting. I usually hide behind my pawrents.

Momo xoxo

Kerrio said...

Just be glad you dont live in the UK - it's the run up to Guy Fawkes.. which is WORSE than thunder!

Ari_1965 said...

Buddha doesn't mind T & L. What he doesn't like is when Minnesota Public Radio broadcasts opera. Three different times now he's growled at the radio. He seemed to dislike Madame Butterfly the most.

Johann The Dog said...

Hang in there guys, winter will be here soon and you won't have to put up with that stuff! Missing ya! Woofs, Johann

TAPhillips said...

But then we'll have that white, freezy stuff on the ground, Johann!
Wuf Ya!

TAPhillips said...

Kerrio - what's Guy Fawkes?
Gomer

Ari_1965 said...

Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament in England in the year...well, a long, long time ago. He was caught and executed for treason. On the anniversary of that event there is a tradition of bonfires, fireworks, and burning an effigy on the bonfire. The effigy is called a "guy." The noise of the fireworks is hard on dogs and cats, especially because some people start before the holiday. My neighbors down the way to the right do the same thing with the July 4th holiday--it's more like five days of firecrackers, not one. My last dog was a wreck during the July 4th holiday.

TAPhillips said...

We really don't like fireworks, no matter what the reason. Humans are goofy.
Gomer & Opie