Shake and shiver and the treat might fall...or not. A thick coat is fine in winter, how soon before it gets cold at your home??
I didn't know that Gorilla Glue made treats.
Bella is bear-like, but as it's still cold in the mornings, she hasn't been groomed, other than face, ears and tail. Dui had a treat on his back the other day. It lodged there and didn't move.
Definitely a case of Todd needing eyes in the back of his head !
Hello, poor Todd thought the treat was lost. His hair is thick! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day. wishing you a great new week ahead.
Oh Todd. We can't believe he didn't even feel it landing on his back.
We don't have that problem. If someone tasty lands and gets stuck in the coat, one of the others rescues it. That's what siblings do.
I've had that happen a few times. Sorry pup, it's grooming time!
awwww... LOLOL!!! "MOM!!!" help! actually I kinda like him shaggy. a whole new persona! just don't throw any treats at him! XO
At least there's a positive side to being groomed for Todd now - no more lost treats!! :)Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets
I love it! :D
Thanks for the smile, Kim. :-)
BOL - if that happened to one of us, the other two would snag that treat so fast it would be gone in a nanosecond.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Todd, you are too funny. We hope that you were able to find it soon after. Your post just made our day. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful week.World of Animals
Lol! Poor guy. Hope he found the treat!
That is hilarious! Thanks for the smile :)
lol poor guy must of thought he had gone bonkers .
I do appreciate the laugh even if it is at Todd's misfortune.
Poor Todd! It wouldn’t have made a ‘thunk’ so he wouldn’t know which direction to search!
That is so funny Kim! What a great short story!lovetweedles
Hi hi hi! Ojo here! Todd, Cobi loses treats in her fur all the time, and also on top of those big ears on the top of her head. I think it's a human-treat-tossing problem myself! Unless you like getting haircuts, in which case yes, it is time. Whichever story works best for you, friend!
I am not sure if you have ever heard of inflapotion ( small company in Montana named Glacier Peak HOlistics makes it) and herbal aspirin. I have used it for my older dogs (and even the younger ones sometimes when they hurt some part of their body). I just thought it might be something else to have in your basket for the dogs you see come through your house with different aliments. The company even told me that some of the employees take the supplements (as they are human herbs).
*hahahaha* This post gave me a hearty laugh-out-loud this morning! Thank you for that! :-D Love, Andrea xoxo
Speak--I really enjoy your comments! Thanks for stopping by today!!