I was mad I wasn’t allowed to join my dad downstairs. I’m a toothy jerk.
I went downstairs in our house to take a timed online final, leaving my dog upstairs, blocked by a closed door so she wouldn’t disturb me. She spent the next three hours barking and howling, and, it turns out, trying to chew through the door to come and see me. And she wasn’t the least bit sorry. Toothy jerk.
My dog Harley likes to sit right next to the treadmill while I am exercising on it and fart. His farts are terrible and nearly make me hurl! Not a good combination while trying to exercise and breathe deeply!
I’m so excited to reveal the cover for my book, Dog Shaming. Here’s a mockup of the cover for Dog Shaming—Beau and Dasha sure seem excited about the book! The book is coming out on September 24, 2013, but you can secure your copy by pre-ordering today.
Thank you for all of your support, readership, and amazing submissions. I’m so thankful for the smiles and laughter that your fabulous submissions provide every day. This book would not have been possible if not for the consistent support from you and your fabulous pooches. Here’s to Dog Shaming: The Book!
We ate the Parmesan cheese while mama and daddy were running a race. We are ashamed.
Rider (lab) and Lola got the cheese off the counter and went to town while we were out running a 5k. Lola felt especially ashamed and hid behind daddy.