Lesson 636 – Cutting a dog in half – and still have it be alive

I haven’t talked much about our flock member Pippin and perhaps because people were spooked by our two recent losses in the flock, I was asked by more than one person if he was okay.

Not only is Pippin okay but he is incredibly talented. He recently acted as my magician’s assistant while I performed a mystifying and dare devilish magic trick. (I’m currently in discussion with some of the bigger venues in Las Vegas because of this one.)

I call this trick – “cutting a dog in half – and still have it be alive.” (I know I have to work a little on the title.)

Here is Pippin at the beginning of the trick. Would someone cue that magician’s music for me?

adorable hairball

And here he is, just a few hours later – clearly cut in half and yet STILL ALIVE!! Simply astounding.

Who’s a good boy?

Thank you, thank you very much.

8 Comments

Filed under Life Lessons, members of the flock, The Family, The puppies

8 responses to “Lesson 636 – Cutting a dog in half – and still have it be alive

  1. Amazing! DO it again!!!🙂

  2. Oh my goodness. He looks like a little lamb! Magic

  3. Suddenly Jamie (@suddenlyjamie)

    You got me!
    Too cute – he looks adorable either way.🙂

  4. dawn

    Very clever! You had me “going” there. We share our home with a Bishon Frise, so i should have caught it. We call our little magic trick, “Turning the Bad Dog Bishon Into a White Weasel!” Thanks for the laugh.

  5. OhioYarnFarmer

    What a little cutie! -So glad the half-pup is still kickin’. 😀

  6. Applause! Applause!!! On my feet, yelling and screaming!!! Let’s see it again!!!!

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