Monday, March 19, 2012

Dougal

Bun o'Clock

Dougal had his first Bunny Agility training class this weekend, and he did very well, especially for a one-year old. 

21 comments:

muneezz said...

It's three o'clock somewhere...

Katie said...

Bunny agility training? I've never heard of such a thing!

SixBunnies said...

It's been my experience that ... bunnies are very agile ... so I bet Dougal is a natural! Hee hee! I love his hears! Can't get enough!

SixBunnies said...

Is Dougal going to be competing??? How exciting!!! The only thing my bunns would be good at in competition is who could be the laziest and eat the most parsley! And, each put on a few ounces in the old dewlap area over the winter I noticed yesterday, so maybe they need to go with Dougal and get some exercise!

bunnsforever said...

Poor Dougal! If only he had known where Harness, Harness, Harness would lead him.

bunfan said...

That Dougal has the cutest little
pink bunny lips! If he wasn't so busy disapproving, I'd almost swear that he's smiling!

brandi b said...

I hope the other bunnies didn't make fun of the Big Gay Watermelon on his first day at school!
He is such a good looking rabbit. Love his color.

Nan said...

What, no video? Disapproval.

Furbeast said...

They start Bunlympic training so young these days.

Rabbits' Guy said...

This rabbit is going to go places ... Hope you have a Rabbit-Van!

J. said...

What bunnsforever and Nan wrote. :-)

Fleetie said...

I suspect it's the hoomins who need agility training!

Bunnies have no problems in that department, especially young, feisty ones like Dougal!

I can imagine Dougal in his harness, running round an obstacle course, dragging one of his hapless, panting hoomins behind him!

Stacy Hurt said...

Is there a Crufts for that?

SixBunnies said...

Those who think it IS the bunns being trained have never chased a bunny who does not want to be caught!

brandi b said...

Agree with 6buns!
To add insult to injury, the bun that does not want to get caught will come within arms reach and then dash off. It is a game to them!

SixBunnies said...

brandi b, you are so right! little boogers! i will even pretend i don't want to catch them and lean back in the grass and ignore them .. then they come up sniffing and looking all cute and snuggly ... within 10 inches of me and i STILL CAN'T CATCH A BUNN!!!

Elliot said...

That's me and my bun in the background!

fluffy said...

I would love to get my bunny involved in agility! How did you find a class???

anonymous said...

@Elliot: S/he is a cutie, too.

Amy said...

@Fluffy Check your local house rabbit society, and humane society. If they don't have one, they might know of a place that does.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

@RG... seems to me Dugal is going places indeed, wonder if has a 'hoomin' van, or do they have chase after the van? ;-)