Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Stuff My Dogs Have Wrecked: Cushion II

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I was going through the photos on my camera and came across a whole shwack of pics (that's right, "schwack"). I've been away from the dogs now for a few days and I THOUGHT for a minute that I missed them a bit.

And then I came across this:


A few other reminders that my dogs are a total pain in the butt:

Breathe in... breathe out... breathe in... to add insult to injury Kayloo looks positively gleeful... breathe out...

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  2. That is a classic photo! It is funny how dogs love to chew cushions. I believe I have a similar photo from the handywork of my beardog, Jersey.

    This is a nice blog. Interesting to mix dogs and wine but I suppose they could drive you to drinking.

  3. We may be pains in the butt, but you know that you love us. My destruction of choice: sharpening my nails on the coach. Mom tried a scratching post, which us kitties do use some time, but there's nothing like the feel of suede under your claws. Meow! >^..^<

  4. If you send that photo to www.alaskadognews.com (you can find the address there) I'll label it and add it to the BAD DOG file Im starting. Not sure of the format of BAD DOG but it may be a book, calendar, feature in Alaska Dog News. Don't know yet. Highest resolution you have for the photo. If you can't add a watermark to the photo I can. Maybe use the blog web site.
    Alaska Dog News.

  5. They also managed to get ahold of the remote. The thing that gets me: it's not like they ALWAYS go for the cushion or remote or whatever. They do some things once & that is it. Unbelieveable!

  6. Hehe...that looks like last Christmas at our house. We went to walk the last guest to their car and came back to a similar situation...in fact the stuffing was literally still flying through the air as we walked in.

    They are just so lovable--doggies can get by with just about anything. =)

    Remember, breath in. Breath out...

  7. This is a great reminder that we need to see the humor in things. I imagine in this situation I might have lost my temper, put the dogs in a "time out" on their beds, and never even thought to take the picture. The look on Kayloo's face is priceless, and for the cost of a cushion she and her cohort have given us all a good laugh!