Hope he tired himself out after that free-for-all.
I don't think he EVER gets tired. EVER. Such a GOOD BOY – but a puppy in a man's body!
Oh SHIT! Looks like what happens when my 10 year old cleans her room – she tells me you have to make a mess to clean one… which is all well and good but I think she likes the making a mess more than the cleaning of it!! My goodness I hope nothing was breakable there!!
I totally get making a mess to clean one – I've done that so much!! She is right, making a mess is MUCH MORE FUN!
dear dear! This was one lonely dawg! Whose dog is it when it comes to answering for crimes like this? Mom?Dad? Kids?
He isn't lonely any more – he has two best friend dogs now he lives with and he is happy happy happy!
Oh my! Those poor, poor Yugi-Oh cards! Chomped, stomped and drooled on. 🙂
I know!!! I mean, Yugi-oh cards are SACRED. Not quite as much as Pokemon, but they mean SOMETHING for sure!
I think Rescue Dog might need another rescue, stat.
Ha ha! I think rescue dog needs to get fixed first – and then perhaps a playmate? Actually he gets fixed in a few weeks AND he is with two other dobies now! I'm sure he is having a ball – it is exactly what he needed. 🙂
Yikes! Okay, Honey, two words that will make things all better: Crate Train!
Actually he went to a loving home with crate training – and he gets to go with his owner every day to work! 😉
Katherine, we've had problem dogs, but if I could get them crate trained, they were fine. The destruction is something that is a deal breaker. I'm glad the babe got a new home and gets to be with his person all the time! Because I'm at home, I took on Harry but if I had been working, I could not have. He was just too crazy.
Is that blur his tail wagging at 90 miles an hour? Wagging tail = Happy Dog. True, very Irresponsible Dog, but Happy Dog just the same.
Yikes. I'll tell you what: If a dog ever did this in my home, you'd better believe that my reaction would be anything other than wordless. I'd have more than a few choice words to say, in fact. I'm glad to hear that the dog landed a great setup in a happy new home, by the way.
Bless you for rescuing and re-homing the dear boy. Next time, rescue a Chihuahua. The messes are much tinier. 😉
Oh I am SO GLAD my daughter doesn't read my blog ha ha! She is DYING for a BABY CHIHUAHUA!
Have you seen our new “forever home” pup? Emma – a deaf dalmatian, a rescue – she is wonderful!
it makes you wonder where people get the idea that short-term planning will yield immediate rewards.
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