my dad sent me this vid of the dog picking and eating a tomato from the garden pic.twitter.com/L6q69fXdcm
— jenny (@fvrmvn) September 8, 2019
So much better than supermarket tomatoes. Read the rest
“Maximus the Akita refusing to come inside yet again,” or COCAINE'S A HELLUVA DRUG, you pick. Read the rest
Maxine seems to represent the breed standard well.
Thanks, Lana. Read the rest
The Caucasian Ovcharka is a member of the extremely large, very willful, and demonically intelligent tree of the dog family. This doggo decided silly kid shouldn't be allowed to play in the ocean without a life jacket. Canine Overlord immediately corrects the situation.
A CO is a bad choice for anyone who isn't an experienced large breed dog owner. They are guard dogs first and cuddly mountains of fur second. There is no known maximum size, they are fearless and extremely aggressive when the guard genes kick in.
Little doggo pissed this turtle off chewing on his shell (?) and he aint getting away easy! Read the rest
Ben the dog, looking adorable. Read the rest
I think Nemo wants to go outside.
I knew what he was doing, but I had to wait a few weeks to catch it on video. This is not the least of his antics. No drawer, cabinet or pantry is immune to his rummaging.
Repeated rainy days and limited opportunities to go outside sometimes put my dogs in a bad spot. When they relieve themselves indoors, Sunny and Honey is the best clean-up solution I've found.
The weather has been pretty rough here for most of January. Dog walks have been few and hard to come by. Occasionally someone makes 'a mistake' and when that happens I don't want my home to stink, so out comes the Sunny and Honey.
I've tried a number of brands. Sunny and Honey does a wonderful job of removing light stains and eliminating any pee pee smells. It is also very useful on cat and dog vomit, which happens year round. The light mint scent fades very quickly, and with it any sign that someone has made 'a mistake.'
As a person who lives with a lot of pets, Sunny and Honey is a must have.
I had an unsettling realization and it checked out. Is it just that we needed their warm, comforting companionship instead of the cooly cerebral presence of felines? Or are they in on it? Read the rest