That's just not right. Throw a sheet or towel or something in there and take the poor pooch for a ride. Do you realize how much damage a disappointed doggie can do after you drive away without them? It isn't pretty. Trust me I learned the hard way.
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yeah i usualy do throw a blanket in the back,, but he sheds so bad, and he has white hair... white hair all in my black interior... it took me litterally 6 hrs to vacuum the whole thing out after we went out on a 3 day trip he will just have to wait..
thats just not right. LOL, I have a Yellow Lab, and anyone that has Labs, they know how much they shed. I to have spent hours vacuming . but its worth it.
I've got a chocolate lab and I always kid that when she has to choose between four kids or me or my wife on who to wake up...I will be her choice, cause i'm the one that gets ribs or t-bone when we go out so I can bring something back, and I ultimately let her on the couch (no-no rule) if she's crawling up to be by me (I call it exercising Executive Veto on house rules) and I am the one that comes home for no reason with a new tennis ball...I will survive a house fire or falling down a well darn it!
As JDsDream said, they have ways of correcting such callous behavior. Mine's fine if I'm gone an hour or two without him. But much longer than that, and I'll come home to toilet paper bits ALL OVER the house. I've even found em under the bed. Not sure if that's intentional or not...
If I hide the tp, he does trash. If I hide both, he does a magazine. I really can't win, and he knows it. When I open the door, he's usually standing in the pile of destruction, tongue out, with a look on his face that can best be described by the phrase, "Just sayin."
Better to cave, and take him with you...buy a Shop Vac, or use some gaffer's tape balled up, sticky side out.
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when i was in school last year
1 harley ate his way out of the crate
2 next day he ate the couch.
3 he ate the window sill
4 got a dog walker, she was awesome,, took him out all day with her,,, he has never eaten anything after that.
life is too short to be taken seriously all the time,,,, go buy a MR.potato head and have some fun.
I have an Irish setter (as you can see) and in the fall man she sheds big time, I thrown down an old sheet to catch most of it but when I ask if she is ready to take ride you better by standing behind her because she is running for the door..crazy dog
im no ceasar millan,, but isnt that what puppies do ? gnaw? just curious
Lol true but when you have a monster (like my dog) you need to be a lil stern with it.. shes the only dog that can run back and forth in the back yard all day and come back in and do laps around my kitchen for an hour before sitting down and going to sleep... shes a ball of energy.. I love her to death but shes a handfull.. Lol and you dont mess with my Solstice .
This was my dog, Bubba. He loved going for rides in the truck. I'm sure he'd love my Jeep too! He went where ever we did. When we stopped for something to eat, he got something too. It didn't bother me that he would slobber everything up... it all cleans up.