My fiancé and I went inside Red Brick oven to order some pizza. As I turned back to check on Jax, I could see the silhouette of the dreaded arched back of poop!! I knew what was happening and ran to the car as fast as I could. It was too late. I spent 30 minutes cleaning it out as much as I could after running into Publix for some powerful cleaners! Lesson of the day: When your pup isn’t feeling well, he will go anywhere.
Zeus has white-dog syndrome. He has to get dirty every chance he gets; including when we met our new neighbours. He ran in the mud and jumped in there car to see their Yorkie. He will do it again. He cannot resist a open car door.
Caesar, Cicero, Hiram, and Brutus came to live with me when they were about 3 weeks old as foster pups (part of a litter of 13 dumped at the local animal shelter). No one ever wanted them so they are my boys. This was them at about 7 months old. Now they are a year old and about 70 pounds each. Through this year they have chewed and destroyed sheetrock, 4 pairs of shoes, fabric for a quilt I was making, seats on outdoor table chairs, footboard of a bed, telephone cord, computer mouse cord, no-line trifocals, lined trifocals, car bumper, flashlight, carpet in the back room (it is now just a dog room), numerous dog beds, azaleas, dwarf nandinas, mimosa, ,tablecloths, bedspread, miniblinds, mattress pad, garden hoses, soaker hoses, $100 electronic collar, new dog collars, and 7 chairs. They have also scratched up hood on car and throw up in car every time they have to go anywhere. They have torn down fences and have dug up huge areas of the yard. I still adore them.
Editor’s note: You are an amazing dog-mom! Keep up the good work!