Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Rugby... Doggy Style

The Sporting Event That Cannot Be Named may be going on in South Africa at the moment, but here in Le Petit Village, we're in the middle of our own tournament...

Doggy Rugby

What's that you say? Doggy Rugby?

Two dogs vs one man in a clash...

Oh hell, 

I don't know what I'm talking about, it's basically The Husband, Fifty, and Vicky running around a field chasing a rugby ball.

Just look at the photos...


The Husband explaining the rules to Vicky and Fifty. Team Dog has been known to cheat. Might change Vicky's name to Thierry and Fifty's to Henry (ZING!).


Team Dog on a timeout discussing strategy (cheating). 


The Husband mocking Team Dog's short stature before making a run for it...



And scoring a try!

(This is very exciting stuff here).

Unfortunately, the tournament has had to be put on hold for the moment... 

Vicky is in heat and isn't allowed outside to play. 

Bet that doesn't happen at the World Cup.

bisou



P.S. 
Last night both Leo (Papa's dog, son of Python) and Vicky went 'missing' together for a couple of hours. I don't have the heart to tell Fifty.  

12 comments:

  1. LOL Loooooove this post!! Tres mignon!! And poor Fifty, being cheated on and all. I bet he already knows- dogs can smell those kind of things. lol Poor Fifty is collecting a good list of issues to take to therapy. :-P

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  2. I hope you saw your mention on A Taste of Garlic this morn.

    I'll have to teach my two how to play rugger. Looks like fun.

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  3. So funny - love The Husband teasing the dogs about their short stature!

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  4. "Last night both Leo (Papa's dog, son of Python) and Vicky went 'missing' together for a couple of hours." -OH NO SHE DI'INT....

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  5. Love it! Such a cute post. You are so charming. xo

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  6. When they were kittens I taught my two cats to play football but it didn't really work out as neither of them could understand the offside rule.

    Mind you, they're still better than the French team... Oh dear, bottom of their group and on their way home.

    Am going to patiently wait to see if Rooney uses the "I'm in heat" excuse!

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  7. Looks like quite an interesting game. Better then The Game that Can't Be Named!! Love the new blog design! Hope you're keeping up with the French lessons. I'vekept up with mine, but it only gets worse! But what an adventure...
    Mimi

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  8. I think the Wallabies could use Fifty and Vicky at the moment. If only to bite Jonny Wilkinson's ankle!

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  9. Very cute. What a beautiful day you captured, the sun, the sky, the green grass. Perfect.

    FourthGradeNothing.com

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  10. V good post! Love the husband explaining the rules to the dogs.

    Maybe you should call one of them Anelka if they throw a tantrum and storm off the pitch?!?

    LCM x

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  11. Puppies in a few months then?? Crusoe's favourite thing is his miniature rugby ball, he is a great practice partner for budding young rugby players, they kick it, he returns it, he can continue for hours.
    XXX

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  12. LOL great post! If The Husband teases Vicky & Fifty about their short stature, what would he make of my pair, I wonder!

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