Tuesday, June 28, 2011

tRicky T-Day!

14 comments:

Bailey said...

Ricky you are so talented. I think it is time for Bailey and Katy to learn how to bring even one of them back.

Priscilla said...

What a good helper you're, Ricky! I guess your mom needs your help a lot lately!

Well done, boy!

Reilly / Bree said...

You are going to be such a BIG help around the house little dude! Now if only you can stop your Mom from falling over !

Sara said...

I see your mom is training you to be a therapy dog. Well, if she breaks her leg next, she'll have a live in home health aide in you :)

Diana said...

Im completly blown away!! That was fantastic. Now Ricky can help you since you can use one of your arms.

Sagira said...

Ricky, you are just way to smart my friend.

Sophie said...

That's just fantastic! Way to go, Ricky! Lola still can't really distinguish between her ball and anything else - if the ball is there, she is going to get it!

Dawn said...

Ricky!!! You are amazing! I was thinking by the fourth time that you'd just go lie down somewhere (Like a girl sheltie that lives here would ) but no, you just sighed and went to get another one! And the basket?!!! How cute was THAT!!

browndogcbr said...

Hi Y'all,

I declare you an honorary retriever!

Why you're the perfect assistance dog for your injured Mom.

Y'all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog

Amy Wood said...

Great job Ricky! You must be a huge help to your Mom!

Lian said...

Such a clever boy Ricky, can I borrow him to help around the house please?

Johann The Dog said...

Totally cool Ricky!!! All you need now is to learn to type, BOL!!! Hope your Mum is getting along OK...we're thinking quick healing thoughts!

Woofs, Johann

Schnauzer Days said...

Respect Ricky!! Wow that was brilliant, we have a lot of work to do to we can see! Dex & Lou xxx

Amber-Mae said...

Good puppy! And by the way, so sorry about your mom's wrist! My hoomie broke her wrist in two places a few months back & she said it really hurt a LOT. Especially when the doctor had to readjust it to put it back in place. It takes about 2 or 3 months to be fully healed. Anyway, I hope your mom has a speedy recovery!