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Friday, November 20, 2009

Max's Sleepover (AKA Scott's first dog job.)

Max went to visit Lauren's farm with us. He made a friend name Tory.
Tory looks a lot like Scott's Grandma Irma's dog who he use to live with.Max had to have a sleep-over. :)
Really, Scott is watching Tory for the weekend.

When all went to pick Tory up and when we got back we found dog vomit on the floor. David jumped up to see the mess and smashed his chilli and bowl on the floor. It was a little crazy cleaning up and keeping the dogs out of the mess.

Fortunately the rest of the evening was quiet.

Scott and I took them both out for a walk.This is both the dogs sitting quietly in front of the open door patiently waiting for a signal from Scott that it's ok to walk. Scott is truly a boy dog whisperer!
Good Night!

3 comments:

fitncrafty said...

Too funny to see you posting so much about dogs... I LOVE IT!

Scott looks so happy, the dogs are adorable...
Thanks for sharing.. I wish I could meet Max.

Red said...

Two words...Ceaser Milan.

I tell people all the time to watch his show. Tha man knows his business and gets people, not dogs, to learn how to behave properly. We as humans want to 'humanize' our dogs. Well guess what, they are dogs, and need to be treated as such.

Watch Ceaser a few times and you will then know why he is who he is!!

It's me Danette.

Wife to the Rockstar said...

It was so neat to meet Max. Your son seemed so happy to have him .

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