Mr Darcy's Diary

I've heard Mum and some other humans talking about 'wild dogs' recently. Mum said they're different to Dingoes. Dingoes are 'an important part of the ecosystem', whatever that means. Some of these wild dogs are hurting humans, pet dogs (like me!), and even Koalas. See here . If only the owners of dogs did not let them stray and go off into the bush. Imagine being a wild dog! I feel very lucky to...
Charlie has been going places with Mum and I have been left behind. Gee, the whole problem with leadership is that you get so much responsibility. Mum said because I am a big dog now I have to be a great leader to Miss Bennett and Charlie, but I think it can get quite boring. Charlie playing with his friends Bandi and Buster I have a feeling Charlie went to Quinlans without me actually. Not sure...
You know, Mum says that I am just a little, well, maybe a lot, just a little bit, teensy weensy bit JEALOUS of my new brother Charlie. Everyone says he is so cute... ... so adorable, so beautiful. I remember when I was that cute... ... and now they are even saying Charlie is SO BRAVE! For those of you who are scared of SNAKES – you had better close your eyes while you read this because Charlie...
And he didn't even do anything!
Mum is at work, guess what. She took Charlie!
One of these puppies is Charlie. Merry Christmas everyone! Love Mr. Darcy
I am hoping to get lovely bones for Christmas dinner and I will probably share with Miss Bennett. She is very respectful to me these days because she realises that I am getting older and wiser. Mum said that, and then I lost the compliment because I actually got into trouble for sort of growling at Miss Bennett when we get our breakfast. Dear oh dear growing up is so hard. Good news, Mum will be...
Quinlans was just fantastic and I got to meet the family of Peter and Julanne who gave it to the Koalas. Save the Koala Day coming up on Friday and Mum said there is a beautiful new Shop!
Quinlans was just fantastic and I got to meet the family of Peter and Julanne who gave it to the Koalas. I was a fantastic at helping clear up after all the meals and there were 7 little kids that I could play with for two whole days. Ian, who looks after Quinlans has a dog called Bandy and Ian said we could play for lots of the time but I still got time to help with Quinnie, an old car being...
I am going to Quinlans tomorrow – and all the team at AKF are coming too.