Don’t chase rabbits. you get stitches then get posted on this site!!
“I chewed the vacuum cord up for the second time since December…and it’s only Jan 21st.
And I watched her do it… I’m an awesome mother.”
“I pulled Mommy down in the snow and fractured her rib.”
I was walking down a hill in the snow and Eleanor decided to abruptly turn around and at full speed run UP the hill. This caused me to lose my footing and fall down on the retractable leash, fracturing my rib. After I fell, she thought I was playing and jumped on me. When I screamed in agony, she felt bad, I think…
Spreckles, our Italian Greyhound likes to find “treats” on our picnics.
I fart every time I get my tail brushed. It stinks! Harley is very hairy and regularly needs brushing, he doesn’t love it and his way of protesting is releasing his potent smells so I have to leave him alone!
“I was left alone for 10 minutes and decapitated a Samurai…..ps: I am NOT ashamed”
We popped out to the shops for roughly 10 minutes and returned home to a tail wagging Lily next to a headless statue. Still not too sure how she accomplished it…
I decided I like my bed better in pieces.
Our dog trainer taught us that “leave it” was one of the most important commands you could teach a dog, that way if they ever got something in their mouth that could make them ill, the dog would know to ditch it right away. Buster has a pretty good grasp of “leave it” because (as our trainer taught us to), we reward him immediately and we reward him well for remembering the command. Tonight, however, Buster held this banana in his mouth FOREVER after being given the “leave it” command. I seriously think he needed the extra time to weigh the merits between banana and hot dog slice.
He eventually did ditch the banana.
“I fart so forcefully that I have to turn around and check that my butt is still there…every time.”
Who knows, it may just vanish!
In an effort to challenge her mind, became frustrated…