Thursday, December 9, 2010

Santa and Other fun

Six very vicious Golden Retrievers are protecting the front door.   Notice that the intruder outside is shaking in fear from the attack that would be mounted if he were to open the door.   Yes, we are good at doing our job, and out job is to protect the house from harm and from intruders.   Stella of course, thinks her job is to protect the house from squirrels.    This photo was taken when our three cousins were over spending a few days with us.   Notice how we work together to make the house safe.   All except for Emma, she slept through it all, that is why there is only six dogs in the photo instead of the seven that were staying here. 

Notice how quickly we can go from vicious beasts to relaxed companions.   Here Nala and I sleep back to back with a wary eye on the door in case intruders should dare approach again.
Our Chauffeur is busy being the Santa on the military bases so he won't let me have access to the computer to blog while he is gone.   We grant that it is a good cause, but it sure limits my blogging for a the next two weeks.   With the right make up, he makes a pretty good Santa don't you think?

He is at Buckley Air Force Base for several more days.   Then he will go to Fort Carson in Colorado Springs.  Fort Carson has a unit that will be leaving for the war zone soon after Christmas.  There will be many children to meet, families to visit and we will be busy helping them enjoy the Christmas Season. 

So be patient, we may not be able to post as often as we would like. 

Mogley G. Retriever


  1. What a sekhurity FURce!

    AND what a GReat Santa!


  2. Quite the golden security squad!

    I am glad your Santa is headed down this way to support the troops deploying soon. It is truly an incredible gift you are giving!

    Wags N Kisses,

  3. "Protected by Golden Retrievers' has a nice ring to it.
    Don't worry about the blog, it is such a worthy cause that you chauffeur is involved with, we can patiently wait until he get done with his visits.

    Hamish & Sophie.

  4. What a handsome Santa! And, kinda want to give all you guard-goldens some golden hugs :)

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

  5. Intruders beware! What a team you have there! And yes, what a great Santa working at a great cause!
    Bones and treats,
    Bronson and Pepper

  6. Hi Mogley,

    I think the solution is for you, the red nosed reindog, should accompany Santa. You can blog while he plays with the children.

    Hawk aka BrownDog

  7. We are glad to hear from you again, Mogley. We understand that Santa has to visit the Military children, and we respect the dedication the chauffeur has.

    We were also very impressed how well you all protect the house from intruders. Even Nala was part of it. The housekeeper must feel very safe with all of you around, and brave to take care of the whole gang.

    Earnhardt, Lady(senior), Sandy Paws and Oliver.

  8. Good heavens. I can't imagine what it's like with 7 dogs at one house!!

  9. We understand Mogley, although we do miss your posts. You all look like viscous killers at the door, but we know better!

  10. How could anyone be scared of such wonderfully adorable goldens?! ;-) Hehe. I would be thrilled to walk into a house full of goldens! :-)

    Happy Holidays! Don't forget to stop by our blog for our stuff!

    Paige and Simba

  11. Hi Mogley,

    I saw you're chauffeur at Buckley this morning. He was doing a GREAT job! Thanks for giving him a little time off for such a great cause.

    Tammy (MacGyver, fellow GRRR pup and River's Mom)

  12. Love that picture - what a joy to come home to all those Golden faces :)

  13. Your wagging tails give you all away in the first pic:) What a great greeting crew that must be! Excellent Santa too!

    big wags,

  14. What an awesome greeting committee. We just threaten to shed on intruders.

    By the way, we understand the lack of blogging and think that it is for a terrific cause!

  15. you guys have the security detail down pat!


  16. I LOVE the photo of the security force. I wouldn't dare come through that door!!

    We actually had someone try to break into our house one night (while we were here). We had 3 Labs at that time, going completely bonkers barking at the guy. The idiot kept trying despite their obvious viciousness. It all ended well. We yelled out the window that the cops were on their way, and he took off!

    So, maybe we need 6 Labs! That'll do the job.

  17. Hi Mogley
    Of course you have the house fully secured - that's part of a Golden's job!!! My Neeli is always protecting us when the mail lady drops the mail into the slot.

    Great pictures of you & Santa.

    Nadine & Neeli
    Angel doggie Apples (1994-2010)