Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Why You Should Use Stainless Steel Dog Dishes

Alfie's on leash, sitting, looking down at the dark floor where the white shrapnel of his shattered dog dish is lying scattered in front of him
Hmmm...not quite what I'd planned...think they'll give me a bigger one now?

Because preoccuppied mommy types like me can forget to pick them up...

...and somepuppy gets hungry...

...and his not-so-subtle way of telling us involves grabbing the bowl and flinging it on the ground...

OOPSIE!!!

'nuff said?!

11 comments:

Natalie said...

um whoops.. lol

He didn't get swapped?

Alphini's Puppy Raiser said...

Hi Natalie -- nope, the swap's on hold for now...the schedule's been changed a bit. The dogs that were due to graduate to advanced training this summer are going in for an assessment next week. Since they didn't want to assess in the middle of a swap, we're not swapping (for now at least).

Natalie said...

ooo gotcha.. Michelle said Bob wasn't getting swapped so I didn't get any news lol

Lacy said...

w0-0fs, nice to meeted u...heehee so far me not plays wiff me food bowls..but me iz a older doggy..

b safe,
~rocky~

Mimi and CC Cabana said...

WHAT dog dish?! It looks more like broken egg shells. That's what I call smashed to smithereens!

Erin and GuidePupPompei said...

bwahahahaha!

Lisa, Ellie and Hosta said...

WOW, I was thinking ceramic would be better so Hosta can't pick it up - guess I won't be doing that now! :D

Maddie and Betsy said...

Yikes! He must have been just "starvinggggg"! ;)

Rebecca, Ely and Rocky said...

He was just trying to help you pick up! Rocky enjoys taking his bowls on a tour of the hosue and will bring you one and put it in your lap when it is close to dinner time.

Becky said...

Oh my - he does know how to get your attention! Guess we'll stick with our stainless bowls.

dewdana said...

Oh wow! I would not have seen that coming! I bet he was pretty surprised!It reminds me of when I taught my brother's dog the drop it command. A weeek later the dog picked up a glass figurine and he told him to drop it not thinking it would work... and it did! Oopsie indeed!