www.dogshaming.com I spoke about the fact that almost all of the doggies who were supposedly guilty of some misdeed were actually framed by their irresponsible humans who left things lying around for curious or hungry doggies to find. Joey dog would like to point out that, according to the Yum Yum Coalition "Safe Yum Yums Directory" certain things are dangerous or deadly for doggies, like chocolate, sugar free gum and candy, and medications, and these things should never be left where your doggie might find them. Next, teach your doggie what is and isn’t OK to chew up. Really, doggies are very smart and will soon learn. Then, never leave your doggie home alone for a long time. Doggies are like children and will get worried, lonely, or bored when you’re gone for a long time, and might be tempted to work through this by chewing up the couch cushions. Finally, how would you like to be stuck in a room for ten hours with nothing to do and no bathroom?
When I was a puppy I used to think everything in the house was mine for the taking. But after a while, I learned what items were no no items: Mom’s doll collection, Dad’s CPAP machine, and the arm of the chair. (See photo: I did that when I was little, but would never do that now!) Joey dog and I can say we’re good doggies and …
|OK, then who was it that peed on the leg of Dad’s favorite chair?|
|And who was it that scooched his butt on the rug in Mom's office?|
Ahem. Here’s the link to that guilty dog video to get your mind off our little, um, accidents. We would also like to direct your attention to a certain guilty cat video. Heheheh. And that’s a memo.
Oh, this just in: bugs in a bag! Wow! Bugs! In a bag! And Elvis the gecko gets to eat them! Go Elvis! What a great day! Bugs in a bag! Bark bark bark bark! Bugs in a bag! Woooooohoooo! Bugs! Bark bark bark!
Update: Wednesday morning.
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|Did you DO that?|
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|DID you do that?|
|CHESTER did that?!!|