|09-13-2013 06:11 PM|
LOL. .. I thought I looved my dogs too much til I read these stories. lots of laughs.
There should be one on "love your dog not enough". Yesterday I was talking to a woman who had taken her 3 yr old gsd to the pound because she "found" a new well trained one on the street, in another city. She got the new one microchipped so no one can steal it.
Of course she didnt tell me all this. She was only bragging about her new dog when she heard I had a gsd. My hairdresser who works with her gave me the scoop after she went for lunch.
Sometimes gotta love how women gossip
|09-11-2013 07:09 PM|
|LUV4MAJOR||Love it... Too cute|
|09-11-2013 07:07 PM|
Whenever someone learns that I removed the back seat from my Jeep Wrangler and put a dog mattress down so Hans can ride comfortably with me, I usually get an eye roll at the very least.
I also must confess that I not only take him on errands, but drive around somewhat aimlessly, sometimes several times a week, in order to satisfy his need to cruise, lol. That wouldn't be so bad except the ol' Jeep has 200,000 on it and we've never touched the engine, transmission or clutch. Yeah, I DESERVE an eye roll for that one! Let's just rack up a few more miles (Driving Miss Daisy around (as my husband likes to call it) But when Hans is happy- I am happy, so...
I also give him bottled drinking water (cheaper by the gallon, of course) because I don't drink the crap that comes out of the faucet and I sure don't expect him or my kitties to
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|09-11-2013 01:47 PM|
This reminds me of my conversation with a friend yesterday. She asked what's for dinner, so I told her,
"I put rice, chicken thigh, carrots, broccoli, eggplant in the rice cooker and cooked it....and hubby and I will drink the soup. The rest is for Togo."
She got a good laugh out of that!
|08-28-2013 01:45 PM|
EVERYTHING in my life revolves around my dogs, from the colors of clothes I wear (to minimize dog hair visibility!) to the place I live, car I drive, job I work, and hobbies I enjoy. The people in my life have to at least understand if not enjoy my passion.
As I speak with dealerships and used car lots about a potential new vehicle purchase I ask them all sorts of questions about interior durability, space configurations, resistance to vomit, urine, mud, and drool... they all laugh and I haven't yet had a dealer look at me funny when I explain that I'm basically a K9 Transport Service for my dogs.
When I'm in a position to contact a realtor you can bet my #1 requirement for a property investment will be Dog Compatibility! Do people think I'm crazy when I say that I'd rather live 30-45 mins from my job and have tons of land where they can bark their heads off all day than a trendy apartment a block away from work where they'd go stir-crazy in half an hour? YEP! Do folks roll their eyes when I wax poetic about the Transit Connect as my dream vehicle because of how many dog crates fit in back instead of some trendy sportscar? SURE! I have my "Verifiable Crazy Dog Guy" certification and I'm not about to trade it in for Normalcy! :P
|08-28-2013 11:01 AM|
This is funny because I chuckled yesterday watching a show and they used the phrase "fatter than a butcher's dog".
|08-28-2013 08:34 AM|
Maybe that's where the term doggy bag came from.
Recently at a restaurant my friend asked for his scraps to be bagged up for his dog. The waiter was totally cool as if that is a normal thing to do.
I've been surprised at how many people love dogs. I had my dog tied up out side a cafe and it started raining. I was gonna finished my coffee. I seen everybody looking over and I then noticed one of the waitresses going and getting my dog and bringing it into the cafe.
I though it pretty cheeky to move somebodies dog but she probably thought me cruel for leaving the mutt in the rain.
Another cafe brought my dogs a bowl of water the other day. It's pretty cool.
|08-28-2013 06:44 AM|
|Wustenbergerland||Really, you are a great dog lover...|
|08-28-2013 06:35 AM|
I took Ozzy to work with me this morning a few hours before my shift.
I tied him to a chair on the patio (where I could watch him like a hawk) and he stayed in a down position right where I left him, even as a few people walked by in close proximity to him.
While we were eating, a mentally challenged man (he comes by every day and we give him a cookie) stopped to pet him. I was very proud of Ozzy, as he can be nervous with men. (Something we've been working on).
Everywhere where Ozzy is allowed to go, he goes.
|08-28-2013 06:30 AM|
|Wustenbergerland||I am also loving my German shepherd dog. I am taking it any where I go for morning or evening walk and the local market. It's my passion....|
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