B/W Sunday- Fetch

Excuse me, but would you mind throwing this??


Jenny Sue may be 11 yrs old and blind 
but she can still play a mean
game of fetch.
 No matter where you throw it; she will find it.



Thank you to our hosts
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28 comments:

  1. Love to see the seniors that are playful - and blind? Never stopped our TIno either.

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    1. She would play 24/7 if the pawents would continue to throw the toy. Hope you had a peaceful day!

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  2. That's pawsome! Go Jenny Sue!

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    1. We think she is the bomb! Always has been playful even when she was losing her sight.
      Thank you for stopping by!

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  3. Woohoo! Go Jenny Sue, go!

    I hope you'll stop by and see us, we're #20 on the hop (Baby and the Chi's).

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    1. I stopped in and said hi. Thank you for coming by and visiting my blog!

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  4. You go, Jenny Sue! woo woo woo!

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    1. She loves her nightly game of fetch , thats for sure.

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  5. Awww, what a sweetheart! The sentiment you added is perfect and tugs at my heart. Have a great Sunday.

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a pawsome day.

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  6. OMG OMG OMG!! No more captcha!!! YAY!!!! xoxoxo

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    1. I know how much you and others hate them , lately the captcha has been so jumbled that I am having a hard time reading them.
      Have a pawsome day!!!

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  7. Using your nose is the best way to fetch anyways, Jenny Sue! Sometimes you don't learn these things into you are mature, right?

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    1. She also uses her ears to hear which tone comes from the porkchop. If its a loud thunk she knows its in the hallway on the hardwood floor, softer thunk is carpet and a medium thunk is the kitchen. She loves to play fetch, swim, and play tug a war.

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  8. Jenny Sue, love your spirit! What's a little handicap like blindness when there's a toy to find. She still has a doggy nose! You go, girl!

    --Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats.

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    1. She used her nose and her ears. She can hear the different tones of where the pork chops falls. She could play fetch all day.
      Have a pawsome day!

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  9. Golden LOVE that quote. YES to Playful Senior Dogs. Sending Jenny Sue Lots of Play WOOFS. Happy Black n White Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    1. Happy Black n White Sunday to you, my friend! Keep healing and soon you will be able to have a tennis ball again.
      Hugs and love!

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  10. Have you tried the Whistler ball? It makes a whistling sound when you throw it. It's Mr. N's favorite.

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  11. That's awesome! What a sweet and playful girl.
    That's one of my favorite quotes. :)

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    1. I thought it was pawfect for Jenny Sue. She inspires me everyday.
      Happy Sunday!!

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  12. Perfect quote for Jenny Sue to teach us all. That is so cool that she's so playful. Happy B&W Sunday.

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    1. Happy Sunday! Thank you so much for stopping by

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  13. Mort says that looks like a fantastic toy! He agrees you can never get too old for them, only get old if you don't play. Although he just turned 3, he says he will always feel that way :)

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  14. Aw, bless her. What a cutie, Carma.
    Happy Monday,
    Oz

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  15. It is said that when you lose one of your senses, the others take over. Jenny Sue seems to have this down.

    Hope you had an awesome weekend.

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  16. Way to go, Jenny Sue! What a wonderful example she sets for all of us.

    Garth

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