The Dog Monster Strikes Again
This sweet lovable dog is the best.
He gets himself into boxes.
Refuses to go out at 8:00 at night to potty.
Takes up over half of the couch.
Lets squirrels rule his life. Eats rabbit poop.
Tries to eat pumpkins.
Looks pretty handsome after getting groomed.
And sometimes only takes out one toy.
But he also decided to dig a muddy freaking hole in my garden bed two days ago.
It's December. In Minnesota. It rained.
He saw an opportunity and took it.
And wound up in the back porch because he's too big for me to carry into the bathroom to give him a bath. Yes, folks, this dog was covered in mud. In December. In Minnesota.
I WAS SO MAD.
I HAD TO BRING HIM BACK OUTSIDE AND DOUSE HIM WITH WARM WATER JUST SO HE COULD DRY OFF IN OUR BACK PORCH.
And just where did he dig a hole?
Right next to the flipping thorniest bush I could find to deter him from digging this past summer. Seriously.
THE DOG MONSTER STRIKES AGAIN IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER.
To those that want a dog: BEWARE. YOU MAY HAVE TO DO THINGS YOU DO NOT WANT TO DO IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER. Like, say, dumping water on your dog with the biggest pots and pans that you can find because you've already unhooked the hose and turned the water off to the outside faucets. IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER.
At least he hasn't been "skunked" yet.