Wednesday, April 26, 2017

We are SO Those People

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  1. Ha! I'm sure no one would ever catch me doing something like this. *Goes to spy on Choppy via nanny cam.*

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    1. I think the UPS guy thinks I'm nuts as when he rings the doorbell to leave a package he can hear me telling the dog what's in the package.

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  2. That's just good pawrenting.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  3. Yeah, I get that. I just about had a melt down a few weeks ago when we were traveling. The kennel called to tell me that Wyatt was not doing well emotionally and they wanted to change things up. I wanted to hop on the next plane home!

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    1. I get it - I traveled a LOT the first few years I had Barkley - he LOVED his dog sitter, but one time he jumped too high and came down on his leg wrong and yelped. My caregiver told me he was limping and I rushed home. It turned out to be a sprain but I was frantic when they said he didn't want to eat.

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  4. Awww, that is so sweet - you made our day - more peeps need to be more like that.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  5. Ohhhhhhhhhhhh that is too sweet.....what wonderful pet owners.
    I know when our first pet Toto the mighty mini dachshund stayed with his grandpeep he was happy. He had my mom wrapped around his mini paw. She bought him a plain McDonald's hamburger every day he was there.
    Hugs madi and mom

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    1. I had a friend who took his dog to his Mom's while he was going through medical procedure. HE left enough food for the whole time. About 4 days in she called and asked him if he could bring more food. He said "I left enough for the whole two weeks" to which she replied. "well, he's eaten it all already". I think if Nugget the wonder beagle had stayed their any longer he'd be as big as a horse.

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  6. That is too cute! I get that way now when I leave the kitties at the 'spa'...case Minko won't let my hubby feed him...if he did, they could stay in the comforts of home...I would not worry less, just on a differnet level.
    I used to take MJF with me all the time, but I cannot do that anymore for a number of reasons, and yes, I too worry about him, esp now that he is getting so geriatric.
    Once I let him hear me on the phone...he went beserk, so I can't even do that anymore...

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  7. LOL! That would SO be me!!! And I would have no shame either. Dog people would get it, and the rest don't matter! ☺
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  8. We have nanny cams that you can catch us watching mutliple times a day while we're away! Too cute!!!

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  9. I love this! We had our own version of this when we lived in Japan. When we would go home for holidays we would board our dachshund Melanie with the vet. On our return, I would race the clock to get to the vet before they closed for the day. When I got there, the staff would often come out to reception to watch me drop to the floor and Melanie run into my arms.

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