Everyday Adventures in Havachon Heaven

The Good, Crazy, & Adorable Life of One Havachon Puppy

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are! A New Havachon Hiding Place

on February 16, 2011

Well it’s becoming a regular thing these days – we lose Daisy in the house. Now that we know she likes hiding in small places, we’re finding this game pretty hilarious!

Recently we searched and searched for Daisy, and eventually found this:

Heeheehee! You can't see me!

Darn! You found me!

I'm not coming out! I like it in here!

 

She was under the end of my daughter’s bed, squished between storage tubs and a wood chest that’s at the end of the bed!

We can’t figure out how she maneuvered herself to turn around under there – sometimes I think she’s made of jelly – but somehow she managed it.

She found this entirely cozy and stayed there for quite some time. That was fine with us – there was nothing for her to get in trouble with!

Now we know that whenever we hear that telltale THUMP-THUMPETY-THUMP, Daisy’s crawling her way under the bed for another game of Hide and Go Seek. But of course, we’re always IT! 🙂

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3 responses to “Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are! A New Havachon Hiding Place

  1. Hehe…Gus LOVES to be under the bed too. I bet that’ll become a regular hiding spot for Daisy.

    That second photo where you can see her curly butt is soooo cute!

  2. barb19 says:

    Daisy loves her little hiding places! She looks like my dog Poppy – same rear end, same colours although Daisy’s snout is just a little bit longer!

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