Sunday, April 02, 2006

Remember Doobie?


According to my husband, Doobie has become the number one terror of the household. What was once a cute little puppy has turned into a cute little monster.

I think the poor guy is just lonely for female companionship. That being said, here are Doobie's likes and dislikes for all those potential puppy mates. ;-)




Likes:
- chasing pregnant cat and getting swatted in face by said cat
- growling at anyone within ten feet of dog food bowl
- jumping on any human being kind enough to let him in the house
- peeing and/or pooping (P&P) in any area of the house unsupervised by adults
- cuddling next to best friend, Tiny (the St. Bernard/husky mix)
- escaping and roaming neighborhood
-jumping and scratching on backdoor
- food
-more food

Dislikes:
- anyone coming near his food
- owner screaming at top of lungs after discovery of P&P incident
- being chased from house after said P&P incident
- cats coming too close to back fence
- rain or snow

7 comments:

  1. My how big he's grown! What a cutie.

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  2. Poor Doobie - I think you're right - he misses you and your daughter.

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  3. Doesn't pet urine glow under a black light? If you waved a bulb in my dining room, you'd burn out your optic nerve.

    Dogs can really be a drag sometimes. Much to be said about fish, though. They have a built-in failsafe. They escape, they die. For that reason, they tend not to escape.

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  4. I'm not a dog person, mostly because I never could get one house trained, and messing on my floors is a deal breaker in my home. No exceptions. For all involved.

    But your puppy is pretty cute.

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  5. Jason - LOL

    Well one of my cats isn't much better. I don't know why he's decided that the couch should be his designated pee spot - suggestions anyone? And no, putting outside is NOT an option.

    Anyway, I think he misses you. If they didn't always have the problem and there are changes in the household, all pets will act out in some way.

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  6. I think they miss you too. But he's still young right? Our dog used to try and hump his mother everytime we took him for a walk on the beach. We'd throw the ball, they both run after it. Pup would jump mother. SO embarrassing!!! He got over that after he was 2.

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  7. Doobie is too cute for words! Save for the P&P instances.

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