Well, I thought we weren't quite finished with the weewee pads until this happened recently. We had actually just come back in from outside, and I had left her in my office with a gate across the door. I returned about twenty minutes later to find her looking like this! Poor girl! I think she's an outdoor-only gal now!
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Well, my husband warned me that it would be coming - - - The hair. The shedding. The dust balls. And here we are. I admit it, I let Finn sit in the back seat of my car without even thinking about the fact that I had black seats. I saw the seats every time I put her in there, but this abundance of fur seem to explode out of nowhere. One day I was in the front passenger seat and turned around and saw it all - WHAMMO! I even noticed hair on the back of the front seats from when she tried to climb from the back to front.
Posted by Finn at 7:28 PM 1 comment:
Labels: car, dog, golden retriever, shedding
Monday, March 28, 2011
What's on tonight?
Anyone else's pup do this? Here we are (on my bed) watching Mildred Pierce on HBO Sunday night.
Finn fell asleep by 9:30, I managed to make it through the two-hour start to the mini-series.
Even dogs know when they are doing something a little naughty. We're not afraid to say say "no" to Finn, and she definitely knows that Mommy's and Daddy's shoes are off-limits. But there's something about the way she grabbed one of Daddy's slippers that made us laugh so hard the afternoon she did this. She had gotten it from our bedroom upstairs and just walked around so proudly with it. She had no qualms walking right in front of us. I love her little strut and the way she's showing off how she can go up and down stairs too.
Nothing wrong with breaking the rules every once in a while!
Posted by Finn at 6:37 AM 1 comment:
Labels: dog, golden retriever, shoe, stairs
Sunday, March 27, 2011
|She loves them! And who can resist that face?|
- They are a little on the pricey side. An 18 inch bully stick will cost $8 at my local Petco.
- They let off a bit of an odor. It's nothing rancid, but they do smell a bit. Finn also needs a ton of water afterwards.
- They are tough for Finn to get her mouth around. I usually have to hold it for her to get her started, and then she'll take it from me when she's ready to lay down (meaning, she's tired of standing while munching)
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