Wasn't it just a couple of weeks ago that our German Shepherd, Schultz, was trying to play the piano? Well, now he thinks he can play chess.
I found my marble chess set and decided to set it up. Of course Schultz had to check out everything I was doing. He stuck his big black snoot on the board and sniffed.
"Would you like to play chess, Schultz?" I asked.
He looked at me and cocked his head. Then he nudged one of the pieces.
I looked at him and cocked my head. "All right. Let's see what you can do." I took a turn and moved one of the pawns. "Your turn."
Do you know what he did next? He grabbed the king in his big jowels and tried to eat it.
"Schultz, drop it!"
He dropped it.
"Schultz, you're supposed to say, 'check' before you 'check mate!'"
Sounds like a super dog to have as a pet.ReplyDelete
Have a great week-end.
I'd love to know what goes on inside his head!Delete
Have a great weekend as well!
Haha! Guess he's forgotten the rules.ReplyDelete
I'll have to teach him. ;)Delete
No pictures? How cute that would be.ReplyDelete
I'm still not able to post pictures on either of my blogs. I hope that gets fixed soon!Delete
what a smart puppy you have! mine eats tp rolls...ReplyDelete
German Shepherds are brilliant!Delete
My old dog would've just laid on the board and rolled around on it.ReplyDelete
Haha! I think that's what most dogs would do!Delete
Faulkner always wanted to step on games if we played them on the floor. We learned to play at the kitchen table, per his request. Schultzie is such a cute little puppy.ReplyDelete
Schultz likes stepping on games, too! If he can't step on them, then he eats them.Delete
Why go through all of those moves whn you can just eat the king an win hahaReplyDelete
Maybe I'll try eating the king next time I play. :)Delete
Lol..Schultz has his own chess rule book. :DReplyDelete
Yeah. Doggy chess!Delete
Well, at least he tried to play chess. That's more than most dogs have done! :PReplyDelete