Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Dog Whisperer, are you out there?

It is not entirely abnormal to come home and see some variety of this mess caused by my dog Buster. However, tonight takes the cake. I had a chicken breast defrosting in the sink, a raw chicken breast and the damn dog ate it and licked the styrofoam clean. Now, we're waiting to see if he gets salmonella. In the meantime, does anyone have a personal connection to Cesar Milan? We need the dog whisperer.

The only one that rivals the messes that Buster makes is my husband. Aren't they a fearsome duo? But, they're both too cute to stay mad at.

8 comments:

sarah, flourish design + style said...

OH SNAP! Good thing he's cute.. hope he and you are doing ok! xo

Teri Andrea said...

oh, my word.

Alaina @ Live Creating Yourself said...

hah oh dear! Looks like the garbage needs to go into a closet/cabinet/garage... Definitely experienced this. At least your dog hasn't eaten prescription medication! That was a fun day (and by day I mean three nights in the animal hospital and one LOFTY bill).

And yet we love them unconditionally...

Cheers,
Alaina

angelafrancine said...

does buster need a visit from auntie ang?

he always lets my love change him, you know.

Rachel said...

LOL!!!!!
(I am seriously laughing out loud with you right now - I can definitely sympathize!!!)

I don't have a DW connection, but my husband and I have seriously considered sending in a tape to Ceasar about our 5 dogs. Yes, 5.

I've had a cake eaten off the counter (plate licked clean, not broken), raw frozen steaks eaten, chocolate candy and bubble gum out of our stockings, and many many CD's and DVD's (the chihuahua loves those). So, we have our trash locked up with child-proofing latches, we put up the 2 youngest that seem to be the worst offenders, and don't ever leave any food out while we're not there. I don't have kids, but totally feel like a Mom already.

Rachel said...

Oh, and I was going to tell you - before we locked up the trash, I came home to this scene ALL.THE.TIME. What's worse is that we had 4 or 5 dogs spreading it throughout the house. Nothing like finding old nasty moldy and hard baguette in your bed/on your pillow!

Sarah said...

Ashley, you're in luck. My husband is a dog whisperer. Lawton has watched more Cesar Milan than I'd like to admit to. :)

Rdeco said...

Naturally anyone has a dog has these problems and I am talking only for women. Doesn't seem men to take it seriously ever. They are that their dog is alive and kicking. My husbund does.