Monday, November 10, 2008

It really WAS the dog!!

Often, when we go out........we come back to a shambles.


The Golden has issues.


He's tall enough to reach the counters. That is a bad thing. I mean.....it's normal to leave things on the counter, right? Bread.... bowls of fruit.....candy.....whatever.


This evening we came back to a bazillion candy wrappers all over the floor. (I guess that's better than what he's done in the past. One time we came back to three pans - that had been used for that mornings' breakfast and left on the stove - on the carpet. The pans have been licked clean, the spatulas had been chewed up, and the wooden spoons were almost unrecognizeable.)


So, anyway....the candy.....most of it was lollipops...no chocolate, luckily. Unfortunately, it's given him gas. Really.....really.....bad.....gas.


Do you think he knows he was a bad boy?

19 comments:

  1. Poor puppy. Rub his tummy for me. He looks uncomfortable.

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  2. LOL ya I think he knows. I think that is why I have small dogs. I'm not that good at keeping my counters clear lol. take care

    Kris

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  3. Course he doesn't know! What was so bad about a doggie being a doggie lol? Good story though, you made me smile - thanks. http://cathy-daretothink.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thank goodness my Sadie hardly ever has gas. Of course, she's never pigged out on candy, either.

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  5. Poor stinky baby. Yes, it looks like shame written all over his face-or maybe he can't stand the smell either!
    :) Leigh

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  6. any bad smells in my bedroom is always the dog, even if it is not the dog....

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  7. OMG, that face! How can you stay mad when he looks at you with that face? Too funny! Thank God there was no chocolate. PHEW!

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  8. That dog could melt a anyones heart........ OMG, what a puppy.
    Gaz

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  9. Awwwww... poor baby! How could you not forgive that sweet little face?!?

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  10. Aaaaw. Poor guy. Hopes he's better soon.

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  11. OMG, what a picture! If you look up "sheepish" in the dictionary, I bet that picture is there! Hope the poor puppy feels better soon and gives you ALL some relief!

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  12. Oh I think he deffinatly knows and he looks very sorry and ashamed...lol

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  13. Lollipops? Just watch out for those sticks...

    http://ben-better_left_unsaid.blogspot.com/

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  14. oh my gosh! he's so cute!!!! how can you not love a face like that :)

    now I know why we put our corgi in his crate when we go out; I'd be afraid what he could get into; thankfully nothing on the counters with his short legs

    I hope you have a good Wednesday

    betty

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  15. awww poor baby. He looks very guilty and absolutely apologetic! Dog gas is the absolute worst torture on earth.

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  16. Oh my! Sounds like somebody's ready for obedience school! lol

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  17. I love the doggie pictures. I really do.

    We had a golden retriever when I was a kid. That dog ate EVERYTHING. Pulled a frozen (raw) meatloaf off the counter and ate it, foil and all. Ate my crayons. Ate an entire bowl full of those fancy foil-wrapped chocolates like you set out in pretty dishes at the holidays (yeah, chocolate, and it didn't phase him). There were multicolored sparkly bits in his poop for days after. Ate one of my mother's knee-highs. Can you imagine the mess? OMG... and yet, that creature lived to be 16.

    He never managed to look so cute after he'd done something stupid, either. Ornery ol' thing...

    Give Gordo a kiss on his widdle pointed head for me, OK? (Well, as soon as you can stand to be in the same room with him, at least.)

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  18. Oh that is the sweetest picture I have ever seen!! Awwww!!

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  19. Aww, poor Gordo. My Mom and Dad had a dog his size, he was part labrador retriever and golden retriever. He looked like Gordo, only he was solid black. They called him Rambo. My Dad had invited us over for a steak dinner and swimming. He had gotten the steaks done and set them on the kitchen counter to go out and get the rest of the stuff off the grill (baked taters, corn). When he came back in, Rambo was chomping down the last steak. My Dad was LIVID to say the least.

    About Gordo's gas...glad I'm not visitin' you right now. Hee...

    Love ya!~

    Suse

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