Friday, January 20, 2006

And Now This Is Happening



every single morning i wake to find an 105 lb dog sleeping on the couch and every single morning i scold him and beat him for doing it. he knows he's not suppose to but he doesn't care, the dog is satan. i got home this afternoon from the obgyn to the suspension that the dog had been napping in my bed. however, i had no proof. i hadn't been home more than ten minuetes when i turned around and saw the dog back on the couch. strike 3. so although the weatherman is advising all pets and elderly be put indoors this afternoon, lou will not.



he will be outside in the sloshy snow.

4 comments:

Michelle said...

Poor Lou Dog. And Poor You!! Sorry you married a man who owns Satan as a pet. He is a cute little thing though. But then again I dont have to deal with a 110 llb beast laying on everything.
My recommendation: Buy Lou a pillow.

Michelle said...

I can't get over how SAD Lou looks. Poor dog. Poor you. I think you should buy him a big pillow so he wont be tempted to lay where he shouldn't. Just an idea...

Missie Rose said...

i know, he does look like a sad dog. jon informed me later that day that lou was allowed to be on the couch and beds though they had a command when they wanted him off. so all this time i though lou was being disobdient, he wasn't-he was simply obeying me when i told him to get off. the dog isn't house trained that's all there is to it. i would like to think if i got him a big pillow he would choose that over my bed, and if i yell at him enough he'll stop eating his food over the carpet-but at his age, that dog isn't going to learn any tricks. unfortunately, it's cold outside so he has to be indoors though he's not an indoor dog. sigh.

Michelle said...

And you just now found out that Lou has always been allowed to do this!? Geeze. You know what the obvious solution to this dilema is, dont you? Move to San Diego where it is warm enough year round to have a happy and content out-door dog.