Posted in Dog, Eagles, Football, KoKo, Photographs, Subiaco, Vet

Can you understand me?

Thanks to Dr Greg from Subiaco Vet for some more tips!

 When I wag my tail – I am smiling!  But, if my tail is high and wagging slowly, I am feeling confident and friendly, whereas if I hold my tail low and wag it rapidly, it means i am a little nervous.
 When I am scooting or dragging my bottom on the ground I am itchy and probably have blocked anal glands. Mum knows to take me to Dr Greg.
 Licking – Most common reasons for licking ourselves and other dogs is that they taste good, and we are trying to show affection
 WHen you arrive home and I bring you a toy I am giving you a gift that I think you will like. It is a sign of my affection.


Koko Nik Natanui

Thank you Greg for putting my photo in your newsletter. Everyone knows I am a keen Eagles supporter.

Posted in Dog, Eagles, Football, KoKo, Subiaco

Congratulations to the Eagles on your win tonight!

I walked around the Subiaco oval tonight while the game was on, sending lots and lots of encouraging vibes to the Eagles players. It worked ! They won well and are off to Melbourne next week for the Grand Final. I hope they won’t miss my good luck as I have to stay in Perth.

These are some pKoko Eagle Fanhotos of me in my Eagles encouraging mode.






Me on teh verge stangling a tiger snake the day teh Eagles beat Richmond
Me on the verge stanggling a tiger snake the day the Eagles beat Richmond
Eagles Vandals pushing a tree down
Eagles pushing a tree down
                 Dead Eagles
Posted in Dog, Doggies, Eagles, Football, Subiaco

Winter for a Dog

It’s winter. I can get cold and start shivering when I am sitting on my veranda.
I am usually waiting for my Mum to come home or for some kids and doggie mates to come past to say hello.
I need some winter woollies.
My neighbour Alma lovingly knitted me some stripy pajamas for cold winter nights, and I have my hoody for when it rains.
I wear my Eagles Jacket on football days when I sit outside to cheers the Eagles fans on their way to the football at Subiaco Oval.
Here I am imitating Nic Natanui while wearing my Eagles Jacket
Woofs From KoKo Potter

KoKo Potter's photo.
Posted in Dog, Football, Subiaco

Sunday at Subi – A tour through Subi Oval

This was one Sunday walk which I was not allowed to go on. As it turned out it was a very hot day and I was glad to stay home and sleep and let my human Mum go by herself. About 90 others joined her!
Marion gave her usual informative talk on the history of the oval.

These are a few of the kids who were delighted to have a kick on the hallowed ground.


Subi-Oval-Kids on tour
Subi-Oval-Kids on tour

SubiOval2015-17 SubiOval2015-18 SubiOval2015-19_edited-1























Posted in Eagles, Football, Subiaco

My Last Eagles Football Post

It’s been a fun year for me but a bit of a sad one for the West Coast Eagles. All the Blue and gold dressed fans passing my house on Footy days were cheerful and hopeful. But later on in the day when they trudged back to their cars they all looked a bit disappointed. I hope that next year the Eagles players are more energetic. I look forward to wearing blue and gold for the footy finals in 2014.

These boys were raising money for the Cancer Foundation. Of course I gave them my support!


For more footy tales see:

Posted in Football, Subiaco

Congratulations Freo Dockers!

While I am usually an Eagles fan, today I did what lots of Western Australians did – I swapped my support to the other WA team “The Freo Dockers”. I was  fortunate that my friend Val at the Subiaco Markets gave me a Dockers’ purple and white coat to wear. Mum and I walked down to the Subiaco Oval with me feeling very special. Of course I got lots of comments and a few people took my photo!

I am sure that the Dockers won because of me being such an enthusiastic fan – Well maybe the energy of the other 20,000 fans helped too).

As we were padding along around the back of the oval I saw the most enormous dogs I have ever seen. Well, I thought they were dogs. They had four legs, wonderful large brown eyes and fluffy “fly sweeping” tails. Mum, being a bit smarter than me, told me they were actually horses! I sneaked up a bit closer and said hello to them, I must admit i was just a little bit frightened but they were very well behaved police horses. From my viewpoint just 30cm from the ground the policemen sitting on them looked like giants.

 Image Image

So now all the fans will be off across the Nullabore to watch the Grand Final at the MCG in Melbourne