Puppy: The Cute Productivity Killer

They are really cute, but you can’t get anything done with a puppy around. If you somehow manage to DO something, they’ve done something in equivalent effort with their teeth. Or with excrement. Puppies seem to have a knack for passing out at the drop of hat and waking up as soon as you step foot in another room.

This guy is Kepler. He loves to eat snails and chase his tail. He also is a pro at falling asleep at the vet.

Luckily, he’s only ten weeks old, so he’s still sleeping a lot. During the day, of course, not so much at night. Good thing he’s cute.

I promise this won’t turn into a puppy blog, but I just hit 80,000 views a bit ago, so some canine cuteness was appropriate, I thought.

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6 thoughts on “Puppy: The Cute Productivity Killer

  1. Kepler has similar fur to your Pyrenees. Is he one himself? I’ve just picture-googled Pyrenees puppies to learn that they start out with coloured patches. Is this an evolutionary develoment to make it easier to find them in the snow? :-D
    Happy New Year!

    • Haha it might be a way to find them in the snow! His father is a Pyrenees, and we’re told his mother is a Maremma, but she has a lot of color and features like a St Bernard. Some of his siblings were all white and one kept its blue eyes!

      Happy New Year to you too!

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