Sunday, August 13, 2006

Tag, You Are IT!

We were tagged by Copper.

The player of this game starts with "5 weird things/habits about yourself." Then you tag 5 friends and list their names. The furries who get tagged need to write on their blogs about their 5 weird things/habits, as well as state this rule clearly, then tag 5 more victims. Don't forget to leave your victim a comment that says "you're tagged!" in their comments and tell them to read your blog.

5 Weird Things About Me (Us)

1. We like to get up around 6:00 each morning and go outside for business. When we come back inside, we run to Mom's bed and jump in to wait for her. We lay all around her. We aren't touching each other - only her.

2. We each have a different bark. Roxie's is a soft girlie bark. Sammy's is a regular bark. Andy's is a big bark that makes him sound like he should be taller than 9 or 10 inches and weigh more than 18 pounds.

3. Sammy doesn't mind getting ear drops in his ears. He complained in a entry but he goes to Mom and sits there quietly while she puts them in and rubs his ears.

4. We boys pee in the house if Mom isn't looking. (Buy stock in the company that makes Simple Solution; Mom alone will drive the price of the stock up.)

5. We don't know that we are littler than everyone else. If all we see are big dogs, we assume we are big too.

We tag Zach, Cairo, Cubby, Ender and Charlie - the blue heeler cross.

9 comments:

Cubby said...

Dude pees in the house, too. You guys are weird!

Zeus said...

Strangely enough, I pee in the house too, but I use the litter box. I also think I am just as big as those around me, and more often than not, it gets people tripped up over me!

Zach said...

I think if I peed in the house my Mom would give me back to my human sister, LOL. We go outside even when it is 60 degrees below zero .. although we don't especially like it. It's kind of like HOW QUICK CAN YOU GO?????

hershey the doglet said...

i used to pee in the house too until i moved to the hard wood floor house. i don't know why but i immediately stopped! buuuuut i still pee allllll the time in my kennel. this is one dog who doesn't care about cleanliness in his kennel!

JustMeCopper said...

Maybe when Meeshka rules the world, he can give us all indoor bathrooms.

Tin Tin Blogdog said...

Hi there Roxie, Sammy & Andy,

I don't often get the opportunity to pee in the house, sigh.

Mum does let me in for a while during the day, but if I need to go, I ignore it and sleep on 'cos I don't want to draw attention to myself. This seems to work for me.

I don't bark that often, but when I do, I give myself a fright because it's so, well, big-dog-like, ya know what I mean?

Anyway, enough woofing from me.

Chow for now,

Tin Tin xo

Tigersan said...

Me also go to the bathroom in the house... in a litter box :)
Yes, me be litter trained ;)
Me also don't understand this concept of size... if me can see your eyes, than we must be the same size ;)

Dachsies Rule said...

Cubby, well, I guess we were supposed to tell *weird* things about ourselves!

Zeus, Tigersan, Mom probably wouldn't mind us using the litter box but we pee in the house even when the door is open and it is easy to go outside. We probably wouldn't use the box anyway.

Zach, rain is bad enough. We don't want to think about 60 degrees below zero ... but then Mom probably wouldn't have short haired dogs if she lived in North Pole!

Hershey, Mom is glad we don't pee in our crates. She has enough trouble keeping up with the rest of the laundry!

Copper, We hope Meeshka takes over soon. Mom yells when she sees we have peed in the house and we have to go outside.

Tintin, We would hate to be outside all of the time. We like to lay around on Mom's couches and keep an eye on her in case she goes to the treat box.

Roxie, Sammy & Andy

Isabella said...

Maybe your mom could put a rug down in the bathtub, put you all in the tub and take your picture that way? You kids could cut her a break and cooperate long enough for one picture, couldn't you? She might give you special treats if you do!
Big Wags,
Isabella