A day in the life of Sir Tucker the Beagle

For reasons which are neither here nor there, the Beagle pup did not get his regular walk this morning.

Everybody left early and only I came back to the house.

Well I came back with coffee and still warm egg bread from the local bakery. Nothing’s going to deter me from enjoying this coffee and the still warm egg bread, especially not the funky noises Beagles are known to make.

Tatsu’s Bakery

Have you ever heard Beagle noises?

There’s whimpering and growling, whining and moaning, grunting and squeaking…

One day I will tape him and sell it as an audio file and become an instant millionaire. πŸ’°πŸ€‘πŸ’²

As I type this, puppy is hanging over the couch looking out the window. Every 30 or 40 seconds he makes a new noise to alert me to the fact that he’s still here, unwalked and clearly neglected.

Poor Tucker

He doesn’t understand that I will still walk him before I head back to the burbs. He doesn’t understand my elaborate explanations that I have a bladder the size of a pea (get it? ha ha) and that I cannot walk further than 16 steps from the nearest loo immediately after drinking coffee.

See the look of confusion? Or maybe this is his look of hope?

Give me egg bread or take me for a walk.

I gave him the same look I get when I have to take a kid to a rink past my bedtime. This one:

The look when a kid has a practice past 9 pm, or the Beagle does something beagleish.

Tucker is not impressed.

Poor little beagle

But I’ll make it up to him. I will take him in an hour and hopefully we won’t freeze to death because today, the temperatures are back to deep freeze.

Thank you for reading my post.

22 thoughts on “A day in the life of Sir Tucker the Beagle

    1. Sir Tucker is a pandemic dog. Meaning, he is clueless what life is like under non-lockdown times. He has never been alone for more than a couple of hours in his 20 months of life… πŸ™‚

      He will need to adjust when everyone exits the house again should normal times finally return…

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  1. I think you overestimate the number of people who would pay money to hear whimpering and growling, whining and moaning, grunting and squeaking. I’d pay you NOT to hear those things, though…

    What’s egg bread?

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    1. Maybe I’ll load some noises next time just to see what the reaction is. πŸ˜‚

      Fluffy, eggy, white-flour sweet bread. Yummy. Think soft dinner rolls but more eggy than yeasty. Subtly sweet. Not a dessert pastry, but also not for sandwiches…(I don’t know, I’m making it up). Google says yeasted dough enriched with eggs which gives it its yellow-ish colour.

      I like it with unsalted butter. Maybe a drizzle of honey, too.

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  2. So adorable! Your lion’s mane hair looks good😘

    Zeus grunts, heavy sighs, whimpers, whines, yips… he’s not any part beagle that I’m aware of. He’s a shepherd lab mix I think πŸ€” Our previous pup was definitely a beagle mix and he thought he was the boss of the house. He’d paw at people to ask them to move so he could have a spot on the couch. He was too good for the floorπŸ™„πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ
    Makes ya wonder who’s the petπŸ€ͺ

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  3. How could you? How could you go out without either (a) taking him with you or (b) bringing him some food back. The whining, mumbling, groaning, whimpering and heavy exhalation has already been patented by thousands of other beagles around the world. I hope he got a good walk and was allowed to roll in stinky stuff? Or is that just me?

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