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I think Wolfie gives Thanksgiving a thumbs down. He was wandering around the house wondering what all the fuss was about. I was not in my usual spot at the computer eating my breakfast. I was cleaning up the stray dog hairs, cooking, and setting the table. This really bothered Wolfie. He kept following me around and whining. I gave him his food, and for a Thanksgiving treat, I put the giblets from the turkey in his food. He sniffed his food, and then proceeded to pick the giblets out and put them on the floor next to his bowl. Then he sat there and stared at me. I tried to hand feed them to him, but he turned up his nose. As soon as I out them in the trash, all was well with the world again, and he ate his breakfast. Hubby gave him some green beans that he was cutting up and Wolfie went nuts for the beans! He is a vegetarian, and thinks Thanksgiving is overrated I guess.
 

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Ha! Stosh ate a sweet potato skin out of the garbage can when he could have taken some turkey. What a couple of veg heads
 

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we lost a whole bowl of mashed potatoes earlier to the dogs. Luckily our turkey isnt dont yet ( i know its late) but we wanted mashed potatoes with our cube steaks. The bowl was there one minute and the next it was gone. Took us an hour to find it....and the culprit. Riley. First year he's ever done anything like that.
 

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Oh Wolfie you poor boy...how could mum expect you to eat those yucky bits?!!!! :rofl: I love Wolfie stories :)
 

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LOL Sasha was in the kennel most of Thanksgiving while the family was over due to there being little kids and her being a puppy. She feels this urge to heard the kids into small groups. LOL but she did enjoy cleaning up my daughters high chair which consisted of turkey, stuffing and mash potatoes.
 

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LOL Sasha was in the kennel most of Thanksgiving while the family was over due to there being little kids and her being a puppy. She feels this urge to heard the kids into small groups. LOL but she did enjoy cleaning up my daughters high chair which consisted of turkey, stuffing and mash potatoes.
Wolfie was outside for most of the day. My 5 month old granddaughter was here, and my daughter in law is nervous with Wolfie around the baby. I don't blame her, he's still a puppy and full of it when there are a lot of people around. He wouldn't intentionally hurt her, but he might jump up and scratch her or knock her seat over. I said no way I would let that happen, but they are nervous about it. Wolfie doesn't mind being outside anyways. After they left, we let him in with the rest of the company here. He ran around and whined and kept sniffing everyone and whining. I think he was trying to herd, and was getting frustrated because people were moving around and not staying in one room. Plus, he's not used to a lot of people in the house at once. I ended up putting him back outside, and he was much happier out there. Later he came in again, ate dinner and went to sleep.
 

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LOL... Otto was awsome he was very well behaved he suprised me! The only thing I keep watching him do was eye balling the turkey. (I know he was day dreaming about eating it) I just told him no, no. That is not for you Mr. After we all ate I made him a plate of turkey and ham. :D He really enjoyed it.
 
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