Friday, May 11, 2012

Never write a title when you're angry, becPOOP! POOP POOP POOP POOOOOOOP!

There are people in this world who think I'm incapable of disciplining my pets. That I'm incapable of punishing them when they do something wrong.

Mm.  Really.  Incapable.

Does this look incapable to you?


Yeah.  I don't think this "incapable" pet owner is going to have to worry about her butter being stolen again. I got a lot more hats where that came from, and an entire trunk literally filled with wigs.

No dog's that hungry.

28 comments:

Al Penwasser said...

Hey, at least the colors match.

Gaelyn said...

Fetching ensemble on a striking, and patient, girl.

Ms. A said...

Awwwww, how much punishment can that be when it looks so cute! Is there such thing as punishingly cute?

Nicky said...

Oh. My. You are one tough lady, issuing that cruel and unusual punishment. yes, your butter is safe. On the other hand, I wouldn't go to sleep if I were you.

Brian Miller said...

i feel sorry for the dog...see that might scare someone breaking in that if you would do that to your dog what would you do to them?

Mamma has spoken said...

Hehehehe, that dog's funny....
Just this past week I found one of my dogs sitting in hubby's chair at the table, eating garlic bread from a plate. I didn't find it as funny as your dog...

Where the Fur Flies said...

Pet Parenting Gold Star for you!

Kate said...

That should do it. The dog looks regretful. Good for you!

Saimi said...

Hahaha I should have used your tactics when a whole batch of cookies got 'stolen' right off the counter!

Eva Gallant said...

That is way too funny! Love it! Missed you lately! Glad to see you.

Jenners said...

I cannot tell you how much my son would love your post title. I love when people can humiliate their dogs! Sounds like you have a whole dress-up chest to accomplish that!

Deanna said...

gorgeous dahlin!

Twisted Susan said...

Neither man nor beast is able to resist delicious BUTTER.

Shrinky said...

What, no painted nails? Soft, uh-huh you heard me, soft you are..!

Secret Agent Woman said...

Poor thieving pooch.

Where've you been?

Diana said...

I don't know, Butter can be addicting you know!! And the dog looks very fashionable!
Love Di ♥

nursemyra said...

Is that a Malamute? I used to have a Malamute, such a beautiful dog.

Scott said...

Now that's a decked out dog!

What I Did Today said...

Hahahahaahahahaha! Cruel and unusual punishment. My mom puts collars on her scotty dogs when they are being naughty and they humble down quite a bit. It's quite hilarious! I'd say you did a great job of disciplining there.

choochoo said...

LOL. Alaskan husky? Every once in a while I see a pic of one that looks exactly like Pooch. So it's early in the morning, I opened reader and thought "WTF happened to my dog??!?" XD

mo.stoneskin said...

There's a fine grey line that meanders,hesitantly, between the grey areas of punishment, disturbed, angry and genius. I believe you may have drawn that line. Dotted, perhaps, and very shakey, but I can just about see it...if I squint.

BamaTrav said...

I have some spare meds dear.

injaynesworld said...

If only people would discipline their children this way, they'd have far more to blackmail them with later in life when the ungrateful little bastards tried to put them in a cheap nursing home.

louciao said...

Pimpin' the dog. It could catch on.

Jocelyn said...

Big points for emotional anguish inflicted--which is, truly, the only lasting punishment.

★ Braja Sorensen said...

Excuuuuse me....ahem......?

Chris said...

When we catch our cats on the kitchen counter we hug them and kiss them and hold them tight. I believe the philosophy is the same -- and the result seems similar.

ammi roy said...

This is really some awesome advice. Keep it up, my colleagues would love this.
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