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Re: Re: OT- For the dog owners


We had a Manchester terrier when I was growing up who was crazy about peas
of all things.  And clam chowder w/ oyster crackers in it.  It was hilarious
to watch her running arounf the bowl trying to snap up the crackers.  She
was a great little dog.

On 10/2/06, Karen Fernsler <kmwos@korora.com> wrote:
>
> Yah.
>
> I spent 20 minutes trimming a two pound skirt stake once.  Dropped
> something
> and turned my back on it for less than 30 seconds to get a broom and
> (*whoosh*)...
>
> Not only were the good bits gone, but all the icky fat bits too -- and the
> cutting board licked clean.  Dog was already in his cave.
>
> I don't turn my back on steak anymore.
>
> On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 03:49:45PM -0400, Daryl wrote:
> > Chris,
> >
> > I've had dogs for more than half a century. One thing I've learned is
> that
> > even the best-trained dog will slip now and then.
> >
> > Take my dear old Hermann, for example. He would turn his head away from
> > goodies on the table, or even on the coffee table when we had friends
> over
> > and they were choice party morsels made of things he loved. He'd do
> > headstands for Rumaki or Fois gras (am I really that old? I don't think
> > anyone eats that anymore) , but wouldn't touch it on the table even when
> we
> > weren't in the room.
> >
> > Let him get a whiff of butter, though and he'd do almost anything to get
> it,
> > including climbing the drawer handles to get to the kitchen counter.
> >
> > d
> >
> > -->
> > > What I want to know is why the dog was eating chocolate-frosted
> muffins
> > > in the first place.  No chocolate for doggies!
> > >
> > > Chris
> >
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Kemp TX
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