Hello from Lacie!Continuing the somewhat new tradition of putting adorable puppy pix of my brother, Scruffy, here is one of Mumsie's particular favorites. I love the paw crossing.
I think I'm in BIG TROUBLE. Scruffy is still missing. At first it was soothing, NOT to be in his constant wiry presence. Then it became a little irritating NOT having him in my face all the time. Now it's downright aggravating not to have the big Lout loudly chomping on his rawhide and stinking the place up.
I went out last night to search for my friend Toadie to see what she might know. I didn't find her, but I did find her husband Toadster. You can tell he's a boy...much bigger, more colorful, and he pees on fire hydrants. He also displayed horrible toad gas and constant belching of tri- colored wiry fur. Check this out:
Look at the size if this guy's butt!! He has all of these warty kinda lesions on his skin. Frankly, I don't know how my friend Toadie kisses him. Yick!
I asked him if he had seen Scruffy, but he merely shrugged and eructated another blast of fetid smelling toad burp, accompanied by a "mat" of wiry fur. Hmm...Scruffy has been known to resist being groomed. But, that will be another post.I've taken your advice and started following him around with a large 13 gallon kitchen size poop bag. Hopefully, everything will come out OK in the end.
We've been tagged to speak of our favorite foods. I fear this will have to wait a post or two to see if I can extract Scruffy from the irritable bowels of Toadster.
THIS IS SO NOT MY FAULT. I didn't ask him to eat him, it was merely only a passing suggestion. I'll tell you suggestions are not all that are "passing'" in our driveway. Peeeuuuuu!Not wishing to end on a disgusting note of gastrointestinal explorations, I will close with the cutest view of a Fox Terrier's respiratory system, that you have ever seen. No, it's not wee Scruffy, but his litter mates...his sister and brother. Stay tuned!!!!! Lacie