Remember Three Dog Night? Well, I had a two dog morning a couple days ago. While walking the dog down one of the busier streets, I saw a cute little dog by hi,self. As soon as he saw us, he galloped up to play and I was able to grab him. Luckily he was friendly so I picked him up and hiked back home, put my dog inside, stuck the leash on the stray and walked him up and down the street. From where I found him, I figured he'd gotten thru the back fence of his yard.
No one claimed him, but a lady I sort of know said she thought he lived a couple doors away and offered to keep him for the day (with her other 5 dogs) until they came home. I saw her a couple days later and she said it was their dog. Yay!
Went back home after leaving the dog with her. As I pulled out of my drive, I saw a different dog up the street, sniffing a bush and looking around uncertainly. I stopped and called him to me, was able to grab him and toss him in the front seat. This time I tried the house catty corner across the street cause I know they had a dog kinda like this one. A guy squinted from the front door and said it sorta looked like his dog. I asked him to get someone who could identify the damn dog cause I had to get to work. His wife ran out to the car and grabbed the dog and I gave her an earful about being a responsible pet owner and tagging your dog.
Two lost dogs in one morning (what are the odds?) and I never thought to get a picture of either one. But I do have pics of some fake Huskies that were Christmas decorations and scared the hell out of Maggie one morning. She growled and slunk around until she worked up the courage to go sniff them. Then she was totally puzzled as to why they wouldn't play. Too funny.