Eunice-dog is a border collie/beagle mix whose fetish for licking the furniture is an utter curiosity. If it is upholstered or covered with a blanket/comforter, it is ALL fair game for licking. The expression on her face is a common look for her – a smile, but she eyeballs you when you talk to her.
“I stole a package of Oreos… brought to mom and dad because I couldn’t get them open”
*note that no chocolate oreos were consumed by canines in the taking of this picture
We did not feel comfortable with leaving the dogs all together since they had just met the day before, so we put Kula in a room by herself along with some toys. We were gone 2 hours and came home to her peeking her head out of the bottom of the door. All we could do is laugh, who could get mad at that sweet face.
“I resent not being allowed on the bed.” Bandit decided to destroy reading material AND violate the no-dogs-on-the-bed rule in one swoop.
Mommy makes the carpets not smell like me, so I decided to tell her what I think about that!
The smell of my farts wake my mom out of a sound sleep.
Mommy has learned her lesson, so I trick any new people I meet into my painful trap.
Brick spends his days with me at my yarn shop. He loves playing in the windows and watching people go by. Some of my customers informed me, when they walked out at closing, that he had left a present in the tissue paper grass of the window display. But now that he’s potty trained, and we have a lidded trash can, he’s an exemplary Shop Dog.
“I ate my daddy’s Kindle!”
I have been advocating to my husband that my 2 year old hound, Ace, is a good dog. But Ace keeps presenting evidence to the contrary. The sign says, “My name is Ace. My mommy calls me Acehole because I eat things like underwear, shoestrings, and curling irons.”