Every walk we go on, our terrible terrier always manages to roll in some sort of poo! Whether it is geese, horse, fox or even another dogs! He just cant help himself, it’s just so irresistible!
Oliver is a 25 year old double yellow head amazon parrot who is a lot of fun and very sweet but does have the tendency to ventilate our walls when given the opportunity. Although she is a charming and beautiful companion parrots are not for everyone as they are loud, temperamental and can live just as long or longer then a human. We are her fifth (but hopefully last) home.
My new parents took me in when I had nowhere else to go. I showed my appreciation by eating this wall. Now my daddy says he wants pollo verde for dinner! I am a very naughty bird!
Gus Girl is a 3 year old GSD
My 6 year old Neapolitan Mastiff, Poe, decided it would be a good idea to carve out my crawl space vent and squeeze herself through the hole to hang out in the insulation under the house. She then could not liberate herself from under the house and required rescue. . . in the middle of the night.
“I punched out the crawl space vent and climbed inside to cuddle the insulation. . . then I couldn’t get out and mom had to rescue me.”
This was actually the second time in two months. Pearl seems to enjoy going to the vet and is always coming up with new schemes to get there.
Perhaps Percy was trying to keep the carpet clean.
“I pooped on top of the carpet cleaner spray can.”
Sasha’s favourite thing to play with are rocks – really big ones. I have noticed that my sack of potatoes was getting smaller but did not think I was eating that much. Come to find out, I wasn’t! seems Sasha thinks potatoes are edible rocks…little potato thief!
“I steal potatoes from the potato sack. I am not sorry and will do it again. I love potatoes!” Sasha
Sasha is a 1 year old Husky/Shep mix rescue.
Doogie just can’t help himself in the bathroom and always tries to have a quick lick of the loo
We destroyed our other dog bed. So now Mom is making us share the old one. Ugh.
After we leave for the day, Nina likes to turn the tap on and let it run. All day, every day.