Gone To The Dogs

I started working on curtains for the living room last night. I left the fabric all spread out after getting sidetracked with the frost warning. This morning I found this…

Which quickly turned in to a belly up “I’m sorry Mom but I’m wagging my tail and I’m cute” pose…

I think it is safe to say that this project has officially gone to the dogs!

If you’ve been around here long you know this is nothing compared to the havoc our dogs can create. What do your dogs (or cats) do to push your buttons!?


3 thoughts on “Gone To The Dogs

  1. Captain's Wife - Jennifer

    LOL πŸ™‚ Silly dog! Dang…a frost warning? We cooled off a lot here…upper 40's at night. That was cold enough! Actually, our Jack Russell wants US to push a button! The flashlight button. He will stand and whine at the utility drawer where we keep the flashlights and he'll hop in the air all excited hoping we'll get one out. When we do, he chases the light and if you go back and forth and up the walls with it he'll run and jump and if you make a small circle with it he chases the light in a tight circle. He loves it, but we also find it very entertaining. πŸ™‚ LOL He can be in a dead sleep and will come running if someone opens that drawer. And if you have a flash light for anything he is your new best friend and will follow you and annoy you by getting right where you are trying to look with the light. If you leave one sitting on the table he'll find a way to knock it to the floor and then waller it around and try to get it to turn on. It is a hoot! πŸ™‚

  2. Jena

    Oh my gosh, your dog sounds hilarious. The ironic thing about that is that I was told shining a flashlight in a dog's eyes is intimidating and will make a whining dog quiet down in the middle of the night. I've never tried it but it sounds like that trick sure wouldn't work with your dog!!

  3. Captain's Wife - Jennifer

    Heck no that wouldn't work with him! πŸ™‚ He'd be thrilled we wanted to play in the middle of the night! πŸ™‚ LOL


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