Django the retired racing greyhound chased his sister across the house and failed to put on the brakes in time.
My little long haired mini doxie, Chloe, dug a hole under the fence and went after one of our free range chickens. The chicken ran away and hid under the camper where it promptly died from fright!! Crazy girl.
I taught myself to open cupboards…mmm tomato soup!
I ate cat poop, so I don’t get to have my nite-nite biscuit.
Our recent rescue has been a charm for the most part. Then she ate my glasses. She’s only 6-months-old so we’ll forgive her. But no walks toward the sun till I get a new pair!
We only went out for an hour, and left Phoenix in the back yard with a yummy fresh bone. When we returned, the screen door had a dog-sized hole in it and there were 12 poppyseed muffins missing from the big ziplock bag. Within an hour, phoenix was gassing us out of the house.
I dug a big hole in the backyard. I’m not even sorry. Dad says I’m digging my own grave.
I vomited on the kitchen floor, and my mom slipped on it and fell while holding a scalding hot pan. The floor now has a burn mark.
Daddy didn’t let me in the house fast enough so I ate the window screens. I’m not sorry.
Maximus does not like to be outside. Apparently, he did not like the new solar window screens because he could not see in the house. So, he tore them down. As you can see in the photo, Max has also chewed the door frame and slobbered all over the window.
After a bath Roxie decided she couldn’t smell herself anymore. So she waited until it was dark outside and charged out after a skunk. She got there so fast she was very close and got sprayed in the mouth and face instead of her whole body. She thinks she is now a professional and is seeking employment as a skunk exterminator. Need help? Call 1-800-Roxie-Skunk-inator.