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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

I'm in trouble this morning

I was a naughty puppy. I ate a knitting basket of Mommy's while she was in the shower. I think you should know that first I carefully removed the knitting before chomping down on the basket itself. Usually I play with my toys while Mommy plays in the water, but this morning I decided to try something different. That apparently wasn't a good idea.

Mommy took this picture of me the other day. Can you see how alert I am? Can you see how I'm really paying attention to something out the back door? Can you see how before I was distracted by the something outside I was chasing my tail and I still have it in my mouth? I am such a multitalented dog! Not many dogs can be as aware of their surrounding as I am while still holding onto the weird thing growing out of my butt. (It follows me everywhere.) I don't remember what I was watching out there but it might have been the dog that lives behind us. Sometimes I can see him through the fence. He's big. Mommy says he's a Great Dane but I don't see what's so great about him. I like to bark at him. From inside my house. Where I'm safe.

I hope you have a great day, and remember not to chew on knitting baskets, you'll just get in trouble.



Anonymous LeAnn in Spokane said...

Oh, puppies!
When ours, Corso, a Bernese mountain dog, wants attention he brings a toy, drops it in my lap & grabs my knitting. I've learned to quickly drop the project since he only runs to the couch & jumps up- that way the yarn doesn't break or come off the needles. Fortuantely he is not a chewer so I just remove the yarn from his mouth. He hasn't earned free run of the house while unattened just yet - still too much of a toddler at 100 pounds & almost a year old. He's getting a "sister" this summer to keep him company - he is a very social boy.

10:07 AM  
Blogger Michelle said...

I was wondering what was in his mouth. Hope he learns from his mistake and is better next time!

12:02 PM  
Blogger shortoldlady said...

Well - there is room in Rhett's doghouse for a visitor! Came home last night to a pee spot on the floor - but he doesn't have the puppy excuse. Rhett is 11 years old. He's just a cranky old mini-dachsund who doesn't want to be in the house by himself anymore!

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least he removed the knitting. That shows a certain thoughtfulness.

12:22 PM  
Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

OMG Sorry but giggling madly over here. I adore Logan.

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Kate said...

Oooh what a beastie! Those are mad tail-nomming skills, though :-D

9:34 PM  
Anonymous dee said...

What a cutie. My dog has eaten so much yarn and shoes even though she has a basket full of toys. Can't stay mad at them even if we try!

9:46 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

I love Logan's posts. Perhaps as a hypervigilant retriever he just needs to kept busy -- maybe writing a book of his own.

3:12 PM  

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