Sunday, August 29, 2010

Sunday Funnys Plus A Friendly Reminder

I saw this the other day and laughed my head off.  Our puppy Winston is not quite 7 months and he is feeling his oats.  Another way of saying it... his "favorite friend" currently is his big pillow.  Well you know what I mean... Anyway this cartoon reminded me of him and so I thought I would share.  We are debating as to whether or not to have him clipped.  Personally I would rather not do it, yet I am not sure if someday that may be him slinking out of the neighborhood adult dog store.  Hopefully he will grow out of it...

Another thing I wanted to remind all of you, if you haven't already signed up for my current giveaway Eat Pray and Love the winner will be chosen this Wednesday, September 1st.  Be sure and head on over via the link above and drop a quick comment to have your name thrown into the hopper.  I have had so much fun with this giveaway; yet I am not sure if there has ever been one that I haven't enjoyed.  I am looking forward to personalizing the goodie box to whomever is chosen to receive the gift. You can rest assured chocolate is involved. 


Linda in New Mexico said...

MM, I too didn't want my Murphy's coma se llamas snipped. I too thought he would "out grow" his behavior.....uh....not so much. So when it was more of a hassle than it would have been when he didn't weigh 102 lbs, we had him neutered...he was even a better dog afterwards. Not so many "things" to have to think and worry about. I'm just sharing my tale of a tail.

Nydia said...

lol! Poor Winston... This is a phase that lasts some time! Hope she get over it soon not to be clipped, I always find it a bit disturbing to the pet, but I'm not an expert!

And f course my fingers and toes are crossed on the giveaway! :o)

Kisses and love from us.

Dede said...

Oh my goodness, poor little fella. I don't know that they grow out of it. It's a guy thing. LOL I remember having a puppy he wasn't even a year old, no one or anything was safe around him. Needless to say, he came home with a big white collar one afternoon. The guys weren't happy with me, but he settled down.