My friends Ryder and Diie’s Mom makes these. I’m not sure what magic is in them but my dad thinks they are full of Doggie Crack. He says that they may become the scourge of the pound and that she is a “pusher”. He says that she is like the Pied Piper and is seducing all of the dogs to fall under her spell to “NEED” her “products” likle they are some sort of addictive drug. I believe he means that she is a noble human who bakes impossibly tatsty pieces of doggy heaven that hypnotizes me and makes me drool like …….well like a dog.
As you can see there is NO way I am letting this uber delightful cookie out of my sight! ..Hello doll, you look scrumptious! You doing anything later? How about you and I have a little snack thing? You look Yummy! Mmmmm.
…Let me bite your arms off.
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Life Lesson: Nothing and I mean Nothing beats home made goodies!
ps. As you might have noticed…I killed two boxes earlier and left their carcass on the floor just to warn any other boxes. heh heh heh..
I am not allowed on the couch. I can, (an do) go everywhere else. But from day one I was taught NOT to go on the couch. …………as you can see I am becoming somewhat of a rebel.
Hey my mommy was on the couch. She goes on the couch all of the time. She practically lives on the couch. So I decided to be close to my mommy, real close, on top close. And you know what? It is comfy up there on the couch! especially on my mommy on the couch!
But all good things must come to an end. My mom and dad laughed a lot at my audacity of getting on the couch and the spontenaity of it all, that I did not hesitate and without qualms just jumped on top of my mom on the couch like it was a regular occurance and a natural thing that we just always do.
In the end after all of the laughter, I had to get off. It was fun while it lasted and maybe just maybe I broke the “couch barrier” where All Dogs and people can live together as one with equal rights and free access to all things comfy and cozy, without discrimination as a free society! Untill then I’ll just wait untill they are not home.
Life Lesson: Break down the barriers of convention by acting naturally and with a lightness of heart and laughter.