and other things I say to my puppy.
I love Winn’s huge paws, but good grief it hurts when she pounces on me when she’s hungry. She tends to do this in the morning, after she goes outside to do her business. She will come up to me, crawl across my chest and take one paw and hit my face. Then she will get closer, essentially pinning me down and smother me with kisses. It’s very sweet but too much the first thing in the morning and I’m encouraging her to stop with the smacking!
What’s in your mouth? I must say this 10 times a day.
Where did you go? I taught her to bring in the paper which she loves to do because then she gets a treat. She can be very quiet when she wants to be and will sneak off, cruising around, looking for something to bring to me to get my attention and to hopefully get another treat.
I try to give her other jobs to stimulate her working dog desire to bring me things.
And finally, please, please stay out of the paint! We seem to always have a project going on, and often times paint is involved. Her affinity for paint started when we were at my mom’s house and I wrote about painting with a puppy. This summer we have been touching up the paint around our back deck and she found a plastic container filled with paint that had been placed among other paint cans. I had let her out while I was in the kitchen making my breakfast. In just short of 2 minutes, she made a colossal mess!
Do you catch yourself saying funny things to your dog?