My 7 month old Goldendoodle, Jed, ate the bright pink lipstick my daughter just bought for her role as Glinda in Wizard of Oz. I came home to find the eaten metal lipstick container. I have two dogs: Aiko, a 6 year old yellow lab, and Jed. It was pretty easy to figure out who the culprit was.
I dig holes in the yard. Then when it rains, I eat the mud. I am not ashamed.
Our rescue puppy Tanner had been doing so well and hadn’t had an accident in FOUR whole days….until today
I’m a nosey little lady. When mom is on her iPad, I nudge my way in just like this.
Nosey and not ashamed, Delilah
We are slowly starting to realize that letting Percy have free reign of the house may not be the best idea…
I chewed the pom-poms off my mom’s slippers while she was wearing them – and she didn’t notice until it was too late.
Maui, my 5 month old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, was let outdoors to do his business. While he was outside with his big sister, Kona (the bigger dog in this pic), he found a mud hole and rolled in it. I hadn’t shut the door quite as good as I thought, so Big Sister let Maui in by herself… and then he ran zoomies all over my white carpet.
I stole a ham sandwich and now I have HAM FARTS.
“I pee on the floor and THEN ring the bell to go outside. -Rebel”.
We picked up one of those nifty bells to hang from the doorknob so that when Rebel needed to go potty, we would hear him. Our goal was fewer potty accidents.
Now, he only uses the bell to go play in the back yard AFTER he pees on the floor.
Salvador is such a good boy and I know he tries but it just doesn’t always happen. (Note: yes I know it’s a clean pad, too gross to leave the evidence!)