Thursday, December 22, 2005

I am happy to report that as of now, the puppy is OK. Just want to put it out there, that if you've got dogs, put the holiday goodies up high where they can't get to them. If you've got VERY BAD DOGS (like mine) who will climb up to that high place where they can't get them (like mine did) and GET THEM, then put them in cupboards or seal them in containers and make it even harder. If your dog gets around that, then you probably own a Basenji and need velcro on the cupboards, but I digress.

Lesson learned: Never underestimate the power of a whippet/russell cross when she is determined to get to the holiday snackage. Maybe not a hot idea to leave her alone in the house till after the holidays go away.

Other lesson (re)learned: A margarita will take the sting out of most situations.


dan said...

Our Roofus walked into his Grandmother's house, walked over to the Christmas tree and calmly took down the rawhide candy cane she'd placed there for him. We looked over to discover he was munching happily and all of us none the wiser. Fortunately it was rawhide and intended for him, but sometimes he scares me with his nose and discovering ways. Glad your hair-child is okay.

Will Pillage For Yarn said...

dogs are so clever it's scary. Glad your boy found a "okay good dog" treat on the tree.