Thursday, August 21, 2014

Don't play chicken with a Great Dane

This morning on our walk, when Bogie and I were passing under a street lamp, a large moth fluttered by and attracted his attention.

Rather than leave, or fly higher, the moth fluttered around, in front of Bogie, behind him, between his legs. Bogie kept twisting, whirling, turning and snapping until finally he caught the moth.

And ate it. 

They turn to dust if you squash them. I can’t imagine that it tasted very good.

But he was quite pleased with himself.

And I was very entertained for a few minutes. 


  1. Hi! I found your blog via The Bloggess site. Your dog and mine sound as if they were cut from the same cloth! What a brief and hilarious experience! I am definitely going to keep reading Scoontemplations.

    Could you check out my blog and give me some feedback? I am always looking for more experienced bloggers to rip me apart behind the security of a computer screen. (cyber-bullying is fun! ;) jk) It's at

  2. Some claim they originated in Germany, by cross breeding German Mastiffs and either Irish Wolfhounds or Irish Greyhounds. A few, believe they originated in Wales.dogtor online

  3. Even the most social dog will have a very hard time staying social or becoming more social with only one or two off lead dog walks per week. dog sitting melbourne

  4. This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing blog that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. visit website about Mastiffs