|09-23-2013 02:22 PM|
No matter what you say...I could see the big smile on your face while I was reading your post. Your gang makes you happy, I can tell!
As you can see, my girl has laid claim to the guest bed...lol! I think it's genetic to the breed. I tell my guests if they find dog hair in their meal to please leave a nickel as the added fiber is extra....
They don't call them German Shedders for nothing!
|09-23-2013 02:16 PM|
I've started putting 'Dust Bunny Rancher' on my business cards. I have to sweep the house daily to keep it under control. I was warned, here and other places, about the quantity of fur to expect but it's one of those things that must be experienced first hand to fully appreciate.
As for making beds: if it's not a dog it is a cat I'm having to fight to make the bed.
|09-23-2013 01:02 PM|
|Shade||LOL! What characters|
|09-23-2013 12:59 PM|
These dogs just ain't right.
I have a sleeper sofa, that I leave sleepered out for the dogs. It's a full sized bed, so all three have plenty of room to laze around and move. It's the number two position in the house, MY bed being most coveted.
Sitting here surfing the net, trying to find some sandblasting supplies and I hear a faint chewing noise. Look over and Cable has the majority of Allie's head in his mouth, just gnawing away. Allie? Laying there peacefully, tail thumping the bed, not a worry in the world.
Also, ever try and get a fitted sheet over a mattress with two curious GSDs in tow? NOT EASY. Impossible maybe. "Oh what's this? A bare mattress? BOING BOING BOING. I run one off and another slides in behind to jump around more. I had both under the sheet with three corners covered at one point. Chaos. Herded them out, finished the bedsheet maneuvers. Opened door to thundering herd of dog that took up residence on fresh sheets. I have mostly given up on a fur free lifestyle. It's a hazard of the breed. I'm terrified to see what my lower GI looks like. I can just hear the doc saying "welp seems you have a bolus of some nature, densely packed foreign material" On sunny days when the wind blows it looks like I am shedding sometimes. *Sigh* Oh well. My lint trap in the dryer is not really a lint trap, it's a fur trap. I almost exclusively wear man-made fibers, capilene and it's other cousins, they don't make much if any lint. But that "lint" trap is chock full of fur lemme tell ya.