CHAT Hairy the jerk

Seeker22

Veteran Member
Both my pups go crazy for homemade bread, especially if it’s buttered.
How do you know it wasn't Annie who was the pizza thief? Or a partner in crime? Mine were a tag team and worked together quite a lot. Had to be on my toes to outsmart the little buggers.
 
How do you know it wasn't Annie who was the pizza thief? Or a partner in crime? Mine were a tag team and worked together quite a lot. Had to be on my toes to outsmart the little buggers.
Quite true - they can "play" the situation, together, for their mutual personal benefit - if food is involved.

Makes me chuckle, thinking about past dogs and their behaviors - hilarious situations.


intothegoodnight
 
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lakemom

Veteran Member
I was sitting on the couch the other night eating dinner and surfing on here. Country chick that I am has to have some type of bread & butter with almost any dinner time meal. Had my slice of bread & butter sitting there on a plate on the coffee table and, thankfully, could see it from the corner of my eye. Piccolo is sitting beside me, patiently waiting for his token bite or two. This is a dinner time ritual. I eat & surf, he sits patiently & waits cuz...let's face it...Granny shares almost always. That turd reached out and was going to just take my bread & butter. I gave him enough rope to hang himself with & hollered just about the time he was ready to close his jaws around that piece of bread. He'd never DARED to be so bold before. Must've been something in the water.

Oh...and he didn't get any of that bread & butter after that little stunt, either. Turd. :lol:
 

etdeb

Veteran Member
Hairy has always respected my boundaries. He knows that if I put something on the end table, it’s mine. When I got home today, after I let them out I warmed up a slice of pizza, and put it on a small plate on the end table. I then went into my bedroom to make my bed in preparation for bed time this evening. (I’m feeling poorly today and wanted to go to bed early tonight.) So I made the bed and took my Vicodin. Came back out and the plate was bare. Not so much as a crumb remained. He looked at me all innocent. I smacked him on his butt and said sternly, “BAD DOG!” He looked back at me like “it was worth it.”

Dog is an ass.
Funny but not funny. Sorry you are feeling under the weather. I lost my breakfast on morning last week to the Shitzsu shark in my life. I just got a new pain prescription I will share in another thread so not to hijack this one.
 

cyberiot

Workin' the plan.
My border heeler's vet refers to pizza crusts as "Italian dog biscuits."

If you read the fine-print footnotes of the Constitution very carefully, you will see that the laws of nature and nature's God also entitle our canine companions to that last little dab of Rocky Road at the bottom of the ice cream bowl.
 

Bad Hand

Veteran Member
I could leave a box of KFC on the front seat of my pickup fill it up at the gas station then go in and pay for the gas and Wally wouldn't touch it. Since I do primitive crafts using rawhide, buckskin and furs Wally never chewed any of them in fact he taught his puppies not to chew rawhide. He would beat them up and take it away from them. They learned not to chew the rawhide unless I gave the scraps to them.
 

Seeker22

Veteran Member
I could leave a box of KFC on the front seat of my pickup fill it up at the gas station then go in and pay for the gas and Wally wouldn't touch it. Since I do primitive crafts using rawhide, buckskin and furs Wally never chewed any of them in fact he taught his puppies not to chew rawhide. He would beat them up and take it away from them. They learned not to chew the rawhide unless I gave the scraps to them.
In all the years that I did Beadwork and the occasional leather piece, the kids (even when they were wee little babies) never turned over a saucer of beads. Tails would wag furiously in other areas of the house, yard, car- but in my studio, no. And never a curious nose slid a saucer off the table.

The only saucers of beads that hit the deck were my fault. And they would look at me with a reproach in their eyes, as if to say, "Silly Mommy- even we know not to do that!"

The whole lot of them were my Muse.
 
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Seeker22

Veteran Member
Saved you from having to wash the plate...... :rdog:

Hairy was supplementing his diet. Vitamins, minerals, pepperoni....
And shrooms. Tonight Lali had pizza. She's turning into a respectable little pot licker. Kibble is highly overrated. May the dueling canine duo (Hairy & possibly Annie) be lucky again!
 

AlfaMan

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Get better quick Dennis! And Hairy is just executing his duty as executive taste tester. He's ensuring that you only eat the highest quality foods. :)

TBear does the "patiently waiting" method these days. He waits until we turn our heads, then hops up and goes to town on our plates. That dog I swear hasn't found a single food he doesn't like. He scarfs up EVERYTHING.

If I'm snacking in the chair and I'm alone in the house; TBear uses more "direct" methods to get a bite of what I'm snacking on. Specifically, he becomes a short ranged fur missile. He's at the end of the recliner, then all of a sudden he leaps up onto my chest, turns around to what I'm eating and attempts to start munching.

His guidance system is extremely accurate-he's never missed a single lunge onto my chest. And if I don't give him anything he attacks my face with that tongue of his. He trys (and usually succeeds) in the "puppy kiss them into submission" method.
 

Marie

Veteran Member
Not really. I’ve had lower abdominal/bladder area pain for three days. It did ease by this afternoon finally.
I'll second seekers advice start drinking cranberry juice see if there's any change
FIL used to drink it to relieve symptoms such as yours. With the kratom it might causing some problems.they list bladder and kidney but who knows if this is accurate or just demonizing kratom. Can't hurt to try the cranberry
 

lakemom

Veteran Member
Cranberry juice works wonders, although it's pretty dang tart. When I'm ill, I mix it with 7up to make sure I have fluids flowing through me that will help clean things out. If it's just the feeling of a UTI/bladder infection coming on, I take cranberry pills. Seems to be just as effective.
 

Steel Chips

Veteran Member
Reminds me of my 2 year stint in the Philippines. If you weren't watching it, or it wasn't nailed down or locked up, it was gone.
 
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