Tired Dog

Photo of Fanta, a brindle Staffordshire bull terrier (staffy) asleep on a red couch, snuggled up with throw rugs. Caption reads: "I'm such a tired dog!"

Tired Dog by Fantasia Dog

I has the best week last week!

My favourite human came to visit, for a whole week. My human and the upstairs human took her away most days.

They said something about school, and then about holidays, and then about the zoo. What I was most interested in was the times they weren’t away.

My favourite human and I spent so much time together. We played, and we watched tv, and at night she read me bedtime stories. She chose stories about dogs, especially for me. Princess came to listen to one story, but it was about Hairy Mcleary chasing cats. Princess didn’t like that so she ran away.

I had such a good week with my favourite human. We played so much, and did so many fun things!

But now, I’m a very, very tired dog. I think I need a nap now.

Photo of Fanta, a brindle Staffordshire bull terrier (Staffie) on a red couch, "smiling" at the camera.

Fantasia Dog

Fanta is a graduate of the Animal Welfare League Qld shelter, where she was known as Fantasia. On arrival at her forever home, her full name was declared too pretentious, and she became known as Fanta. Occasionally, when she emits noxious gases, she is known as Fartica or Fartica the Hellhound. She likes walks, playing, eating, more eating, and cats when they don’t bite her ears. She dislikes baths, cats when they do bite her ears, and dogs who bark at her when she’s out walking. Although she owns approximately a zillion toys, she only likes to play with Bear, Crocodile and Elephant.


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By Iris Carden

Iris Carden is an Australian indie author, mother, grandmother, and chronic illness patient. On good days, she writes. Because of the unpredictability of her health, she writes on an indie basis, not trying to meet deadlines. She lives on a disability support pension now, but her ultimate dream is to earn her own living from her writing.

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