Saturday, September 02, 2006

Lomax Update: One Month Down

I can hardly believe he's been IFT for an entire month; somehow, it feels like forever and no time at all.

There's been no word from the school, which is good. What I do know through the grapevine is that Lomax and Liam are still roommates (sometimes they move dogs around if the match isn't quite right), and neither has yet been expelled for partying too hard.

The running joke I've enjoyed thanks to Liam's puppy raisers is that our enthusiastic boys by this time have surely founded the Lambda Alpha Beta chapter of the Delta Omega Gamma fraternity up at school. A flyer tacked to each kennel states that all dogs are invited to rush on Saturday during playtime, and new members will be initiated by drinking from the Lixit for five minutes straight.

Liam's majoring in harness science with a minor in jollyball mechanics. Lomax? A double major, in harness science and, of course, tap dance.

7 comments:

M*Dogs said...

LOL... That is great! Marcella's thinking about Majoring in Harness science at GDB in the fall. Does he have a syllabus for the program for her? She's already gotten her certification in JollyBall Mechanics. She's a practicing JollyBall Extrodinare right now :)

Natalie said...

Awww Yay Lomax and Liam! We're glad the brothers are having fun together....Petey says he wishes he could join the LAB DOG frat too! Could he be an honourary member...you know, the token Jack Russell? :D

M*Dogs said...

Marcella doesn't think she likes wild frat parties- she's underage anyway ;)
She doesn't think she could make it through initiation

Charlie The Big Dog said...

Hi Jenny,

I just stopped in to check up on you and make sure you are o.k.

Chucksie

Amy and Zoom said...

LOL.

I guess no news is good news! Way to go Lomax!

Erynn & Jake said...

Go LoMax

8675309 said...

Petey & Marcella (you too, Charlie) -- the brothers and sisters of LAB would like everyone to know they are an equal opportunity organization, and do not discriminate on the basis of breed, gender, or intact/neutered status. Everyone is welcome.