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A Puppy's 12 Days of Christmas by Elise Lewis 1997 Part 4 of 4


December 22, 2012
steve

On the tenth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Ten Christmas cards I shoulda mailed

My wreath in nine pieces

Eight tiny reindeer fragments

Seven scraps of wrapping paper

Six yards of soggy ribbon

Five chewed-up stockings

Four broken window candles

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Eleven unwrapped presents

Ten Christmas cards I shoulda mailed

My wreath in nine pieces

Eight tiny reindeer fragments

Seven scraps of wrapping paper

Six yards of soggy ribbon

Five chewed-up stockings

Four broken window candles

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

A dozen puppy kisses And I forgot all about the other eleven days.

Catgegory: Doggy Humour

A Puppy's 12 Days of Christmas by Elise Lewis 1997 Part 2 of 4


December 5, 2012
steve

On the fourth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Four broken window candles

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the fifth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Five chewed-up stockings

Four broken window candles

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the sixth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Six yards of soggy ribbon

Five chewed-up stockings

Four broken window candles

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

Catgegory: Doggy Humour

A Puppy's 12 Days of Christmas by Elise Lewis 1997 Part 1 of 4


November 28, 2012
steve

On the first day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

The Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the second day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

On the third day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

Three punctured ornaments

Two leaking bubble lights

And the Santa topper from the Christmas tree.

 

Catgegory: Doggy Humour

8 things a dog should promise before Christmas


December 8, 2010
Peter

Most dogs are not as careful as the one in the video and they will not only dance around the Christmas tree. They are much more likely to think its edible or that it’s their new toy. To avoid disaster, here is a list of things a dog should promise as Christmas approaches:

  1. I will not open all the surprises just because I’m too curious.
  2. I know that Christmas light bulbs, ornaments, stockings and tinsel from the Christmas tree are not food.
  3. I will not demolish the Christmas tree and drag the string of lights out into the backyard through the doggy door.
  4. I will not cut myself while chewing away on Christmas light bulbs and ornaments, making my family have to call the vet’s at Christmas.
  5. I will not get tangled up in the Christmas tree lights and pull the tree down while trying to chase a cat through the window.
  6. I will not even think about diving into the Christmas tree to get the candy canes (which I will eat – paper and all).
  7. I will not pee on people’s presents in the hope that I might get them.
  8. I will not pee on the Christmas tree, because I don’t want to ruin my family’s Christmas by electrocuting myself.

As much as we love our dogs, we know that they rarely promise anything, so it is us who need to be extra careful at Christmas time. If we follow one basic rule, which is never leave the dog alone with the Christmas tree, we have already done a lot to prevent accidents from happening. 

For those of you, who still haven’t found the right puppy, but would like to celebrate Christmas with a new four legged addition to the family, it is still not too late! You can still find your dream puppy and have it with you by Christmas Eve.

This year, we made a special effort to bring you the most amazing puppies before Christmas. Just have a look at some of them.

Eliott 

Elliott was born in a litter of 8. He is the most beautiful male. His sire has great show results and he has everything it takes to become a successful show dog himself! He has an amazingly friendly personality and he will play with anything and anybody. Labradors are well known for their friendly nature, so if you have young children Elliott could be a dream Christmas present for the whole family!  

 

Lady Fox - Havanese puppy

 

Just look at that! What a fantastic color that puppy has! Lady Fox comes from great stock, her sire is junior champion. She is very affectionate, cheerful and friendly. The perfect present for Christmas!

 

White Prince - Bolognese puppy

This curious and playful little boy, called White Prince, is another exceptional pup. He has a beautiful snow white coat, which makes him all the more special. Both her parents have champion titles and he too has the potential to become the star of the ring. He will surely make your family’s Christmas memorable! 

Remember, you are still in time to get your dream puppy for Christmas! 

Walkin the dog


sandor.fagyal

 

A little girl asked her Mom, ‘Mom, may I take the dog for a walk around the block?’
Mom replies, ‘No, because she is in heat.’
‘What’s that mean?’ asked the child.
‘Go ask your father. I think he’s in the garage.’
The little girl goes to the garage and says, ‘Dad, may I take Belle for a walk around the block? I asked Mom, but she said the dog was in heat, and to come to you.’
Dad said, ‘Bring Belle over here.’ He took a rag, soaked it with gasoline, And scrubbed the dog’s backside with it to disguise the scent, and said ‘OK, you can go now, but keep Belle on the leash and Only go one time round the block.’ The little girl left and returned a few minutes later with no dog on the leash.

dog & little girl

Surprised, Dad asked, ‘Where’s Belle?’ (YOU’RE GONNA LOVE THIS!!!)

The little girl said, ‘She ran out of gas about halfway down the block,
So another dog is pushing her home.’

Catgegory: Doggy Humour

Old Dog, New Tricks – Meet Freddie and Percy the horse-riding terriers.


sandor.fagyal

You can’’t teach an old dog new tricks, or so the saying goes. But, if the story of a pair of English Jack Russell Terriers is anything to go by, it seems an old dog can teach a younger one a thing or two.

For the past five years, a Jack Russell called Freddie, who lives with his owner Patricia Swinley in Gloucestershire, has regularly taken a ride on the back of a friendly Shetland pony called Daisy. When seven year old Freddie recently became friendly with a younger Jack Russell, called Percy, he was determined to share the experience with him.

Jack Russell riding a horse

One day Freddie invited Percy up and the pair went for a ride. Percy quickly got the hang of it and the pair became regular passengers on Daisy’s back, amazing locals in their village, Flaxley. The only problem now is th at the pair often argue over whose turn it is to go first. There is no such squabbling when the pair take an alternative form of transport, in a little cart that Daisy pulls through the village.

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