He will pretty much always fall for this and give her at least a little something.
Works every time. She has him wrapped around her little dewclaw.
Winners of the Walmart Giveaway!
I have winners to announce!
|Photo credit: Rebekah of My Rotten Dogs|
Taryn of Tail of Two Cardis and
Rebekah of My Rotten Dogs
Congrats to the winners! I'll email you both!
In Other News...
An essay I wrote on "7 Ways You Can Help a Dog in Need" was published on the popular Popsugar site. I know you Big Time Dog Lovers already know all of this stuff, but hopefully there are some ideas here that some folks hadn't thought of, including some easy-peasy ways to help!
Thanks to My Brown Newfies for hosting Monday Mischief! Visit My Brown Newfies to see the other blogs in the hop!
WOOHOO! I'm rich! When you are unemployed even $25 dollars sounds like a lot! How exciting to win the gift card. Thank you.... I'm still going to keep looking in Walmarts!ReplyDelete
PS Our dogs pull the same thing on us....It's no wonder they had both gained weight at their last vet-check!
Yay! Glad you won and are excited! I need to keep looking too. I only looked at one so far. Need to go see what I can find at the other Walmarts in town.Delete
Glad to hear the dog-daddy is not the only one who caves! :)
Congrats to the winners! Rita is such a smartie. I keep dog treats in a cookie jar on the kitchen counter and my dogs like to look at that cookie jar expectantly, then at us. Repeat (as many times as it takes to get a treat.) LOLReplyDelete
lol. They're excellent communicators, aren't they?!Delete
LOL Rita is a smart cookie. Congrats to the book winners. My Walmart is lame. They did not have your book. Phooey.ReplyDelete
Oh, phooey! It's weird. I don't know how they picked which ones it would be at. My sister's friend found the book at her Walmart and they live in a fairly small town.Delete
We keep the treats in a cupboard. If they only had thumbs....ReplyDelete
Right?! That would be so dangerous! There would have to be padlocks everywhere.Delete
Harley's got Doodle Dad wrapped around his little paw. He scratches Lee's leg like a cat and Lee is programed to go to the treater. #sosad #socuteReplyDelete
That is so cute!Delete
I love how dogs can learn how little effort it takes to train some humans.ReplyDelete
Especially husbands. Am I right??Delete
Cocoa has Rodney wrapped around her little paw too :) So funny. And yay on your article on PopSugar!! That is awesome. I tried to comment but couldn't so I'll try back later.ReplyDelete
Funny how these pups know how to get their dog-daddys' numbers!Delete
Rita's got your husband well trained! You go girl!ReplyDelete
Congrats to the winners as well, we loved your book.
She does have him very well trained. I wish I had him trained so well....Delete
That's one advantage we have - no regular treat location. However, if tomatoes are being sliced in the pantry, there is a small stampede!ReplyDelete
That's so funny that they love tomatoes. Rita probably wouldn't eat a tomato if it was the last thing available!Delete
I can see how!ReplyDelete
She is awfully cute. And he is pretty easy to train....Delete
That was one of the first things they warned us about when we took Bailey to dog training in his puppy years. Learn to resist the cute looks or he'll rule the roost.ReplyDelete
Luckily she doesn't rule the roost - only the daddy! :)Delete
We are LOVIN House Trained, the hubby and I are reading it together. :-) Shasta has his dog daddy wrapped around his little paw as well!!ReplyDelete
As Shasta should!Delete
Yay! Glad you are loving the book! :)
Rita is too clever! What a funny girl! Congrats to the winners! :DReplyDelete
She is a funny girl!Delete
Trust me! Cats to the exact same thing!! :)ReplyDelete
Mr. N knows we're pretty strict about treats but he also knows that strangers are more willing to give into his wiles!ReplyDelete
He's so smart! He must love it when you have visitors!Delete
Congrats to the winner. Love Rita's way of getting treats!ReplyDelete
She should be working for those treats! Beast! If only I could train the daddy....Delete
that works on my Mom too! Congrats to the winner they will love it! Barks and licks and love, DakotaReplyDelete
Well, the daddy will be glad he's not the only one!Delete
Bahahaha - that's funny! Blueberry likes to stick her head in the fridge (that's where the treats are) and as the door makes its slow way towards the closed position she will very very s l o w l y back her head out, hopeful til the end that she will get a treat before the door completely shuts. I'm pretty sure she'd like it if I cleared some room on the bottom shelf so she could just climb in next to her treats. I am so mean - I keep them in an open container on the bottom shelf so whenever the door is open, that's the first thing she smells.ReplyDelete
That's so funny! Rita is only interested in our fridge when the cheese drawer gets opened!Delete
Good trick Rita! Mom was in Walmart Saturday and went by the book section and saw Rescue Me Maybe on the shelf! she took a picture but now can't figure out how to get it off her phone - sheeesh! Congrats to the winners!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Oh, that's nice that you looked for the book! Too bad you couldn't get the pic over to me to enter! Shoot! Thanks for looking!Delete
daddies and their little girls....ReplyDelete
I know, right?Delete
We dogs know who the weaker humans are. My gramma is one of them so we hang out by her treat cupboard when we visit.ReplyDelete
Oh yes dog daddy is an easy target at our house too! Love DollyReplyDelete
Ths seems a common thing among dog daddies!Delete
I cave too and give my gang treats when they sniff the treat drawer. Congrats to the winners!ReplyDelete
It's hard when they're so darn cute, isn't it?!Delete
Bentley is the world's worst at looking for the treats and being pitiful. They really can make suckers out of us, can't they? ☺ReplyDelete
Oh those hounds! Our beagle was great at pulling the pitiful look too. She would literally suck her cheeks in so she looked emaciated!Delete
Rita has that down! Sherman is like that too, all he has to do is flash his big brown eyes!ReplyDelete
Pretty clever of these so-called dumb animals to do that rather on cue! :)ReplyDelete
Ahhh...Rita has the hubs well trained!ReplyDelete
Dogs have a way of knowing. My dogs sit in front of the daddy because he lets them lick his plate. They also sit in the kitchen because he feeds them cheese. Many times you hear this in our house, "I'm the Mama, not the Daddy, I don't share my food." LOLReplyDelete