For some reason Smudge refuses to eat over the tile. Which is kinda funny since 95% of our house is tile. She picks up her food and brings it over to one of the nearby house rugs. She won't eat over her bowl either. Anyone else with a Boston that does this?
Oh, and she must read my mind because she ALWAYS manages to start eating 5 minutes before I decide to go to bed, which ranges between 10-12 at night. I swear she does it on purpose.
Hey fellow boston lovers! I just had a strange question. Well, Violet will be 2 years old in May (tear!) and she still has her baby teeth.....when she was getting older I had asked the vet when she was going to get her adult teeth and and she was like, she hasn't yet? And I said no I've been waiting to find one laying around or something, and the vet just said well I guess she has "abnormally small teeth".....but like I said she's almost 2 and they're still the same as when we got her at 7 weeks. I just wasn't sure about the teething process.....so if any of you have any advice or thoughts please let me know! (and don't think I'm stupid! :-D )
I couldn't help myself. It was really all her fault. Mommy left the closet door open. I wouldn't have, ahem, 'wandered' in there if she hadn't let Bomber snuggle with her during naptime in MY spot glued to her neck. He's a big ol' dumb pit bull. He should be banished to the floor.
I was pissed. I'll be honest. I huffed, I fluffed every inch of the comforters I could reach for 20 minutes straight, I jangled my tags like a holiday song, I scratched and licked for distance. And yet, I was not satisfied.
I needed to be heard.
I needed to be snuggled.
I needed revenge.
Vintage lucite shoes did the trick. Ohohooo, but only one. Yes, only one shoe.
If I am needed, I will be hiding in my kennel.