I’m not the only one in the family with a tendency to storm off in a huff.  When Makea has her cranky pants on, she lets you know.

Makea gets a stern reprimand from me when she barks wildly and incessantly at the neighbour’s cat.  Cats and neighbours are allowed to sit in their own yard in peace, right?  But, not on your Nelly.  “How dare you interrupt”, this looks says.


Makea, whose name means “sweet” in Finnish, is far from it.  Rather, she is one boofy girl.  She likes a bit of rough and tumble.  Here she is taking one for the team.  Doesn’t she do the death stare well?  Believe it or not, this is her idea of fun.


You gotta love the Finnish Lapphunds.

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26 thoughts on “If Looks Could Kill

  1. It’s very enjoyable reading the tales about your dogs, Tracy. I haven’t owned a dog since I was a child, and since then have been more of a cat person. (I do like dogs, though). Now we don’t even have a cat, but our last one, Hamlet, who was really our daughter’s cat but we inherited him, was such a character. He used to like looking at the next door neighbour’s dogs through the paling fence and sending them into a frenzy. It was quite an intentional act.

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  2. Dogs do let you know when they’re not happy with you, don’t they? My Lucy was so good at giving me a “I’m SO disappointed in you look” that I was sure she must have been a mother at some point…..

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