Puppies lost in the Sunflowers — 12 Comments

  1. oh my gosh but this made me laugh! (as well as panic a bit – I have a puppy too. I’d be worried). Glad everyone is safe and sound.

  2. I saw someone tweet this post on Twitter and so glad I looked. Loved the story (of course the happy ending helps). My dog is 12; the neighbor boy STILL doesn’t get how important closing the side gate is. Puppies or 12…I know the anxiety until they are safe and sound and so glad your effort made sure of both.

  3. Katie,
    I’ve determined the problem here. YOU should not have been chasing after the puppies; the person who let them out should have been doing the chasing. 🙂
    So much fun, and it’s just beginning. 🙂

  4. Glad you got the puppies back. It’s amazing to me how fast even the youngest puppy can be, away to get into mischief in the blink of an eye. I hope Ton Mari learns an important lesson.

  5. So happy you got the puppies back! They are after all little guys who do not know any better. As for the sunflowers? Wow. Gorgeous!

  6. What an adventure for humans and canines. You probably needed walkie talkies or your mobile phones to coordinate this search and rescue ! I would have been filled with panic and then filled with fury at the time wasted ! You sound more patient than me, Katie !

  7. Melissa, very scary at the time. Puppies are not very smart ;-))
    Barbara, when they get out they are clueless as to where they are. That’s why we have gates LOL Thanks for stopping by.
    brassfrog, I totally agree… He actually went in the sunflowers to look – and got lost….
    Zoomie, they really are fast – and with 2, one leads the other and they’re in trouble in seconds.
    Ina, so true. I think they were very scared.
    Belinda, yes they napped the rest of the day… the little angels.
    manningroad, that would have made it easier… but I didn’t want to go inside to look for anything and lose sight of them.

  8. Great story 🙂 The puppies are adorable! I am glad you found them and I agree…. bad human 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  9. Once again, I must apologize. But I’m afraid I can’t stop laughing.
    I wonder if the dogs will be constantly watching the gate for the opportunity to head out for a return adventure in the sunflower field.

  10. Lannae, yes, a big adventure – for the puppies!
    Lori, I was really starting to worry… very relieved when the finally came out.
    Elizabeth, they are… Every time I go out they are right behind me as I latch it. Little devils….