Maggie refuses to poop in her own backyard forcing her parents to walk her regardless of gale force winds, pelting rain or blizzards. SPOILED ROTTEN DOG A.K.A. Best dog ever!
Posts Tagged: Schnauzer
“We are NEVER allowed to be on the bed. (At least not when our moms are home) – Louis and Reilly”
I once ate a stick of butter…..and now you can cook with my poop!
Editor’s note: Please be aware that ingesting large quantities of butter could make your dog very sick to his/her stomach. In some cases, it could cause pancreatitis. If you suspect your dog has eaten a lot of butter, please call your vet.
I’m 6 years old and I still choose to take dumps in my mom’s house.
Editor’s note: If your dog is still pooping in the house after six years, maybe you should alter your training methods or ask your vet about it?
Victor got into my backpack and opened a bag of blue corn chip and ate them all. The next couple times we took him for a walk, his leavings had a crunchy coating.
Ethel is a two year old miniature schnoxie or possibly a wirehaired dachshund mix. She is available through A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue & Fixin’) in Cookeville, TN. She is very loving, and after she learns to trust you will never leave your side! (Seriously, never, not even when you are in the shower or using the restroom.) She loves snuggles and belly rubs, and is more than willing to help keep the dust out from under your bed in exchange for being allowed to sleep on it! Ethel would love to have a little partner-in-crime/playmate her own size, but would be fine as an only dog as well. Her current foster home has three other dogs, but no kids or cats. We do know that she is fine with older kids, and she has been friendly with smaller kids during adoption events, but she has not been around any cats that we know of! Ethel shares a dog bed with her foster sister at night, and when the alarm goes off she jumps up, tail wagging to ensure that her foster parents do not oversleep. She would also like to add that she is a baby-gate hurdle champion, and is willing to pull her weight by making a careful inventory of your shoes. Ethel is mostly housetrained, crate trained, and walks well on a leash. She can be fearful of strangers due to lack of socialization, but has made great progress in this area. She needs a home that will continue to keep her socialized.
For more information on Ethel, please check out her profile here. Ethel is currently fostered in Cookeville, TN but transport is available to the Northeast and Chicago areas!
“I cry when my poo sticks to my bum.”
“I jumped out of my mom’s in-motion bicycle basket (it scared her… a lot).”
**Note, there was an attempt to secure her in the previous, uncovered, basket with an appropriate harness. Hence, a new basket with secure top and a helmet. Yes, that is a helmet Edie is wearing. The new basket cost more than the vintage Schwinn upon which it is afixed….**
I am a very bad baby-spoon-eating dog. I stole my baby brother’s spoon while my mama was on the phone, and I made sure I got every last trace of applesauce off that sucker.
Sadie locked us out of our truck while we were on a roadtrip.