Comment: Guiness, they don't call those things throw rugs for nothing! ;)I sure am glad Mitzi is feeling better. Tell her hi for me please.
Wow! You had such fun. Trash is the best. You are lucky, a new throw rug. Mom replaced the one I ate and I am making her think I havent noticed. Dylan The Unraveller
|Date: 14-May-98||Age: 0||Sex: male|
|Home: Oklahoma, United States (USA)||Damage: $25.00||Human: Brigitte and Earl Riggs|
Comment: Guiness you have it too good. How big do you plan on getting? I weigh 80 pounds.
P.S. Cookie: start unraveling by grabbing any thread and just pull and pull.
Please say hi to Mitzi too - i have to go chew the lilac tree now! Teddy (English Cocker in Maryland)
|Date: 10-Jul-98||Age: 0||Sex: male|
|Home: Oklahoma, United States (USA)||Damage: $500.00||Human: Brigitte and Earl Riggs|
Comment: Do you think your dad will ever go on another bike trip after all the destruction you have done while he has been goneMaggie
We're Proud of You, Guiness!
Keep up the good (bad) work - serves your humans right for nutering you! We like to guess what bad stuff you and Ashley are gonna get into next! The Gang of Four ECS, Maryland
P.S. Guiness, my mom thinks that you are so cute that she keeps your picture on her computer wallpaper at work.
Charging Mom is a great game, Molly left bruises on her calf and ankle, that she had to explain to the physical therapist (human beater is more like it)and she is being treated for her shoulder and arm the bruises were that obivious. Shall we having a human bruising contest? Actually I think it is a bad idea, the other humans get grumpy when Mom has to sit around too much.
Molly has decided that she won't try that with Mom anymore as she didn't get a good girl treat for coming in the house after that.
My love to my ladies as always.
Shadow with a little help from Molly
Sorry to hear of your squirrel stress. We don't have to many squirrels here, but get this..we live in a big house with a family who has 2 cats, one rabbit and one bird!!!
Now, I'm a 3 yr old pit/Am Staff, a self-respecting kind of a guy, but it sure is tough when I have to share my back yard with a RABBIT!! Yes, a long, floppy eared rascal, not too big not too small...faster than, well, not a speeding locomotive, but she's fast. And jumps?!
That's not all. Now I don't mind sharing the back yard with my sister, a 2 yr old Am Staff F, goes by Red. We each have our holes to lay in, I have my yellow Playschool kid's table to lay in the sun and survey the cul-d-sac...but by doggies, its just too much when I'm inside and the rabbit's out. That little varmit comes right up to the ground level window in the corner, right where my big pillow is and she stands up on her back legs and looks in at me!!!
All that's between us is a pane of glass. My mom always shuts the window when it's open so I can't jump thru the screen and get into the back yard. Other than that, she's a good mom.
So I know how you feel. And to make matters worse, my mom likes the bunny and buys her parsley, carrots, other bunny stuff at the store...spending $$ she SHOULD be spending on toys and treats for ME. Boy, isn't that a doggie downer..
One time I guess the littlel girl here left her bunny out by mistake and we were in the back yard together at the same time!!!! But that day my mom gave me a bone outside so I was busy and the rabbit musta been very very quiet and still!
Mom says no Riley Dog, no chasing cats, she makes me wear my leash to the car cuz there's so many cats in the neighborhood (isn't that another story. So as you might guess she won't let me into the back yard to chase the bunny either. She says something about we're all God's creatures or something...heck, I'm a DOG, I don't know what that means!
Hang in there Guiness!! If those squirrels are anything like this bunny, we'll probably never ever ever catch them!
Your brother in the chase,
Riley Dog/Ventura, CA
We have bird feeders in the backyard too. Sometimes my human will shoot at their tail with a BB gun and they do a backflip off the feeder into a bush. Its so funny, but I wish he'd put me outside BEFORE he shoots them... I wanna get it when it flips! Once a squirrel came down the tree and he missed the hole in the chain-link fence. He bounced back and landed in-between Sally's front paws. That goody-two-shoes didn't know what to do with it. She picked it up then spit it out. WHIMP! Some rottweiler she is... a disgrace! So the squirrel got away. I'll have to take her aside and s'plain to her what its all about.
Missy - a squirrel huntin' beagle.
Hoover - Springer from PA
Ernie, the squirrel despising black lab
But bread, come on guy, what did they eat with the bread? You're a smart boy, but then you got Moms attention and a good chase, plus a great laugh. Did the lady dogs go over and make Mom feel better?
You and I both know counter shopping usually involves protein based foods, like spaghetti or some italian delicacy. Humans seem to think they have to eat a lot of grains though, dognally I think grain is better left for grazing animals like horses, goats and sheep.
You are over do for some major bad dog activity.
Shadow sends his regards to Mitzi and Lady Ashley.
Your fellow Alpha Dog, Cass 4 year old Labbie boy and the FW pack
Conan and Zenobia