Posted by: cranky | January 18, 2008

Don’t Do This At Night

Don’t try to pick up dog poop at night in the dark.

I had predictable results.

And if you have a dog who chews tennis balls and rips the covers off, they will have Star Trek results in the form of Klingons as an added benefit.

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  1. cranky, sorry but this really made me laugh. When our standard poodle (take that, rosetta!) was alive, she stole a new, unopened bag of Hershey’s kisses and sneakily scarfed them down, foil and all. Our backyard twinkled for months afterward.

  2. Oh, that poor dog having to pass that foil. 😆 My young little monster, Jessie — a Golden Retriever/Yellow Lab mix, is a stubborn cuss who tries to entice her older ‘sister’ Samantha to play by being a pain. She constantly brings me a tennis ball and drops it at my feet so I will kick it or throw it so she can chase it. And she doesn’t like me being on the computer so she comes around and knocks my arms up so my hands leave the keyboard and then she’ll grab my sleeves to play tug.

    Quite a handful and just as sweet as Samantha.

  3. Our backyard twinkled for months afterward.
    That’s a funny image PA!

    And she doesn’t like me being on the computer so she comes around and knocks my arms up so my hands leave the keyboard and then she’ll grab my sleeves to play tug.

    Ha! That’s exactly what my 24 four month old does.

    I think dog poop hides when my son goes out to pick it up. No sooner does he clean it up then one of the other ones comes in with it on their feet.

    The baby did this the other day, so I’m carrying him to the bathroom to wash his foot. Well, he’s so grossed out that he’s kicking his foot and it’s flying everywhere. I’m trying to hold him so that when he kicks his foot it doesn’t get on me. It does.

    I get him to the sink and he must have gotten a good whiff of it then because he started vomiting all over me.

    Good times, good times.

  4. Okay, PJM, I can’t even compete with what you went through. 😛

    I noticed a smell and then looked at the bottom of my boot. Yuck. And I had walked all over the house without noticing. I keep a screwdriver on a toolbench outside my back door just for the purpose of scraping off my boots. The hose is a big help too and at least once a week I’m cleaning off the bottom of my shoes.

  5. That’s why we have cats.


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