I came home to find my nine month old yellow lab going to town on my old gym shoes. She was clearly busted, but didn’t care and just kept nommming out, which gave me time to give her the dog-shaming moment she deserves!
We are couch hogs! Rescued Basset Hounds Redford and Gidget’s favorite seat is…wherever you want to sit. Gidget likes to clean Redford’s ears and eat poop, and Redford likes to steal bread from the counter and chase the cat. They hog the couch, the bed, the patio furniture, and the backseat of the car. They also hog our hearts, because we love them so much.
After mommy brought in the groceries I thought if I helped her unpack she would take my cone of shane off. But I shouldn’t of jumped out the window on the second floor and broken my paw in the first place.
These are our chihuahuas Daisy and Lily. Lily thinks her mama, Daisy, makes a great pillow, so she sits on her – usually on her head – every day. Daisy doesn’t mind the snuggles and Lily is not sorry at all, even though she looks mildly ashamed.
PS: We adopted these lovely girls from a local shelter three years ago and they bring so much joy to our lives. I hope Adoptable Fridays helps more shelter and foster dogs find good homes!
Laura says she’s tired of the cold weather she’s ready for the summer so she can go hit the lake or pool and go swimming with her family. Laura loves children of all ages and lives in North Carolina. She will do best in a family with small dogs or no other dogs. Will that be you? Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue adopts in NC/SC/VA.
This is Sherman and he is a 2 yr old male Rottweiler available for adoption through Pound Dog Rescue near Kitchener, ON, Canada. He is a huge baby and betrays all stereotypes about Rottweilers being big and scary dogs. He”s looking for a forever home with someone who has large dog experience and wants a super affectionate dog to share their life with. This guy wont disapoint! For more info on Sherman please refer to the Pound Dog Rescue website.
Sign reads “I love nothing more than hugs, snuggles and pets. So much for the big scary Rottweiler stereotype”