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Rockford35 said:He'll fill in and become a majestic animal, eating my hot dogs when i'm not looking and humping the throw pillows.
Kudos to bro then. My siberian husky always gets into trouble, but doesn't know the "I'm REALLY sorry" look.Rockford35 said:This is the third Beagle in our family. I've had one, and so does my brother right now. Great dogs. And yes, their noses get the best of them sometimes.
We have 3 goldens in the family too. Bazil, he likes to swim in my Dad's pool. Don't worry, he climbs out using the ladder like one normally would.
When Baz was a pup, he had a good Valentine's day. My grandmother always bakes each household a red valentines cake. My dad was wiping down the counter one day after dinner and was holding the cake in one hand while the phone rang. For some reason, without thinking, he set the cake down on a chair near the kitchen table. He went on with his conversation in the other room as he would any day of the week.
Apon returning, the plate was licked clean, yet there was no dog to be seen.
Dad says to me in the living room "Uh, so the dog ate the whole valentines cake."
Me: "Uh, is that good for a dog?"
Dad:"I guess we'll find out."
My brother came home from work and we sat around the living room watching some hockey. Little Baz comes bounding into the living room just loving life. Then the hoarking noises start. My brother wide eyes me just as it all comes up.....in one huge dog vomit loaf of red cake. Unknown to my brother, of course. He looks down and start screaming at both my Dad and I "Who's been feeding the dog raw meat?"
Dad and I laughed and laughed. I wish I would have had a picture of my bro cleaning up that vom. Baz just sat there with this "I'm REALLY sorry" look on his face.