Tuesday, February 22, 2011

NO means No.....part two

I really dont look my best in this picture....it has been a long long day......remember the puppy..

Well....first of all he is not a puppy....and my mom says he still has his manly parts...which means.
I am getting a whole lotta unneccessary lovin...... we tried to take him to the humane society today but there was no room for him unless they put him in a tiny little cage... even if he is a pain in my butt, I dont want that .. So walter...franklin...stanley....arthur....harry.... i dont knwok what his name is... but he is back....FOR NOW...

YOU MAY RECOGNIZE THIS AS MY BED...





DONT LET THAT CUTE LITTLE FACE FOOL YOU
OH AND DAD......lets show mom what will happen to her if that puppy doesnt find his house soon......

YOU GOT THAT RIGHT .....MJ OUT.....




7 comments:

Mango said...

This is most disturbing. He is doing the hump a lot on my darling MJ? So not cool. On the other hand, you might kind of like him. I will watch with great anticipation as to how events unfold.

Slobbers,
mango

Kirsta said...

Awwwww, Humphrey is adorable, and he and MJ match, you HAVE to keep him! ;)

Laila said...

Great update...Hope that cute sweet little puppy will find his home soon and I guess if not he better stay at your house and care for his good...I know you will be a better pet sitter to him...^_^

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invisible fence said...

Poor you! Come here & stay with us. We will play with you.

Jed and Abby in MerryLand said...

We respectfully have to disagree with your dad. Not only does the puppy need a home and seem happy with you, but having a puppy will absolutely rejuvenate you, MJ! Seriously, having him around will add years to your life, what with the extra playing and exercise you'll get, the doggie companionship, the mental exercise of figuring out how to keep him in line. God sends you the doggies He wants or needs you to have, and He seems to have sent this one right to your door.

Jed & Abby

Huskee and Hershey said...

Hiya MJ!!! It's been a long time since we last visited but hell ya, we are back! You still look as gorgeous as ever (not trying to make a pass at you cos I don't want to anger Mango!!)

Ok, the little guy is rather cute.. you sure you don't want him to stay? Might be good to have someone to boss around (and take the blame when things go wrong)..

XOXO

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I've been searching the internet and I stumbled upon your website. A lot of the things I've read on it so far sound like what our trainer says and it seems like you really understand and know dogs. My question is, do you agree with our trainer? She says that he is too dangerous to have in our home with our children (ages 9, 4, and 1), that putting him outside would be cruel because he's a pack animal (which I totally agree with), and that giving him away could be dangerous to another owner or even our dog. She also told us that he may never bite us or our children, but if it were her dog, she would have it put down, just because of the possible risk. She said she knew it was hard to hear, and it is ... which is why I'm asking what you would do - would you ever suggest putting a dog down in this type of situation? I would truly value your opinion and appreciate you taking the time to read this and hopefully reply.