Nothing is more delicious after rolling in the dirt than eating some cat food. So Rita May jumped up on the sink to do just that. She’s such a good dog that when she was busted and told to “Stay”, she sat for 10 minutes of shame. (That’s 70 minutes, in dog years!)
It’s one thing when a your pup can’t control his licker when he’s happy to see you, it’s a whole different situation when you catch him licking bird poop off the stone wall.
Pearl: I knew someone was coming over so I gutted a stuffed pig on the living room floor!
R2-D2: I watched my best friend die!
I was so excited Daddy came home, I ran out the door knocked my head on the post and act like nothing happened!
Paddington (Paddy) is a 5 year old male lab with more excitement than ability to brake or a sense of safety. The post mentioned is actually a metal pillar. Luckily he has had years of training running into/head-butting things. He is fine and not ashamed in the least.
This is Shiner. He likes to knock over the trash.
This time, the trash can fought back!
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I stole cheese off Dad’s plate when he left the room.
This is Chewie. I once again caught her eating poop out of the cat littler. She will most likely want to lick my face immediately after.