Gratuitous Dog Photo
Dogthink: If I sit on luggage, nobody can use it to go anywhere without me. #ChineseCrested pic.twitter.com/bqT1BybpCg— Amy Alkon (@amyalkon) March 11, 2017
Dogthink: If I sit on luggage, nobody can use it to go anywhere without me. #ChineseCrested pic.twitter.com/bqT1BybpCg
at March 11, 2017 9:54 AM
OMG I can't believe you tweeted that so soon after International Women's Day!
at March 11, 2017 10:03 AM
Dogs also like to sit on your feet on the same theory. At a coffee shop recently I was petting a Great Pyrenees/mastiff cross that was the size of a Shetland pony and his paws pretty much covered my feet.
Cats do a maneuver similar to Aida's there, but they'll actually climb inside the suitcase, given the chance.
at March 11, 2017 10:16 AM
I hate to leave her home. Ever.
My patriarchal oppressor will be over later to make me a gourmet dinner. Stockholm syndrome is nothing if not tasty!
at March 11, 2017 12:50 PM
Have you ever seen that episode of Dog Whisperer where Cesar deals with a pack of neurotic Chinese Crested dogs? I'm always amazed at what behavior bad dog owners can foster from breeds that are usually pretty chill---I remember he had to deal with a pack of violent pugs too. If you know pugs you know they never fight.
at March 11, 2017 3:21 PM
I could not believe that it looked like he hit the dog.
Also, those people seem to have no business having so many dogs, since they had zero control over them.
My dog is not allowed to make noise. She's trained not to. She'll bark if she perceives danger, but she knows it is generally not allowed. ("No noise!")
Violent pugs? I had no idea there was such a thing.
And the breeders we got Aida from have a bunch of dogs there, but they are the antithesis of the crazy, shrieking dogs in that video. Tim, the dad, told me that if Aida behaves badly, it isn't that she is wrong or bad; it's that I haven't done my part to control her behavior or set boundaries. I like that thinking -- it helped me do the right thing in training her.
at March 12, 2017 12:13 AM
People drive to work in cars or pirates? (required):