Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by TribbleFeeder, Dec 26, 2018.
Wake up...time for food
The last one is literally Fred. I have to use lube and push his pepe back in the sheathe once a week.
That sounds unpleasant and awkward for both of you.
That reminds me of something that I learned about a while back, apparently with male horses sheath cleaning is a thing you have to do, and um... yeah.... no thank you.
If only they were living, sexless stuffed animals that never peed or pooped.
But where's the fun in that?
I think they call those "Real Housewives of New Jersey".
You're a good mom.
I would say I enjoy taking care of him but that would be weird to say in this context. Hahaha
Definitely no enjoyment involved there.
It’s awkward every time…I try to be very “mommy” about it to make it more comfortable for us both. I talk to him like a baby and say “it’s ok Fred it’s just like when we go to see Mr. Vet.” After the process is done he gets a treat.
I just feel bad because sometimes fibers from the blankets get stuck on it and then I have to rip them off as gently as possible but it must be a lot of pain for him.
Yeah, that sounds painful.
This looks a little like the way I dance...
Met a human Gracie this weekend , who I'll probably run into on a semi-regular basis, so now I have to be sure I specify which Gracie I'm talking about.
(Dog) Gracie stole one of two vegetarian hamburgers I cooked myself for dinner last night. She's a counter surfer, and I forgot to move the plate it was on over to the top of the microwave. The worst part is, when I went to tell my mom, I realized halfway down the hall that I forgot to move it again, and when I went back she had her front feet up on the counter and going for the second one. I caught her before she was able to that one, and she got down as soon as I yelled her at. As you can image, I remembered to move the plate that time.
They can be real buggers like that.
mum had more than one lunch disappear like that when getting ready for work.
One advantage of the Shih-Tzu/Maltese-X over the rottie - she's not at counter height.
Riley can, despite being a Chihuahua mix
Yeah, she does this kind of thing a lot, but usually it's just a couple bites of whatever I had, she doesn't usually get ahold of something as big as a whole burger.
That's actually kind of impressive.
Not really, when she has American Staffordshire Terrier and Pit bull in the mix, among other breeds
Update: It seems they updated Riley's ancestry results. Apparently, she's 2% Beagle.
So, she's related to Finn!
I really wish the hair fuzz on Finn's old harness, next to Finn's ashes still has viable DNA so I could do the DNA test. He has been gone for three years now, so it would be awesome.
Practicing his angry face.
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