My dog-sitter wanted to nap on the couch, she was encroaching on my space, so after she fell asleep I jumped off the couch and chewed the strap of her Croc! It was an excellent chew toy!
Posts Tagged: Poodle
Hi my name is Toni. I like to take long walks in the yard and not come in when I am called. Afterwards, or for that matter, anytime of the day, I enjoy licking. I lick the couch, I lick the floor, I lick my sisters face, I lick the cushions. My favorite place to lick is mommy’s sheets. I lick them real good so she has to sleep in a wet spot.
Of all the books laying around the house, I picked “The Dangerous Book for Dogs” to nibble on.
“I ate my mom’s application for a new home…”
(And, she’s too cute NOT to get away with it!!)
Sorry it took so long to let you know… the weekend after Tiny Midge was featured on Adoptable Friday, we received three applications! Midge was adopted soon after that on April Fool’s Day! She has several dog pals in her forever home, including her standard poodle sister Lucy (pictured here on the day they first met), and a Mom and Dad who are enjoying her antics every day. She’s now known as “Stylin Midge,” and has an ever-expanding wardrobe.
I pooped on another dog at the dog park. Hey, I was just marking her as mine. My owner had to clean her up.
I ate a whole loaf of bread (plus bag!), then snuck up on the couch and threw it all up on my mom’s laptop.
Sorry I puked in your bed. (And on your shirt, too.)
Butters is pouting because mom working on her case study instead of paying attention to him. He can be such a drama queen.
“I can squeeze through the fence so when I go outside I wear a cone of shame”
This is Frasier. He is a super sweet 18lb poodle available for adoption in north metro Atlanta, GA through the Humane League of Lake Lanier. Fraiser is about 2 yr old and is very well behaved except for two things: he will chew on socks and shoes (we’re working on that), and he is a bit of an escape artist. He loves to squeeze through the picket fence and gallivant about the neighborhood chasing squirrels (now I wear a cone of shame so I can’t squeeze between the boards). Other than those quirks he has been a wonderful foster dog. Frasier is very sweet and intelligent and gets along very well with the other dogs in the house. He is reserved and polite but also loves to play. More info about Frasier, click here.