Mama Diaries

Monday, April 10, 2017

Bad Dog

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  I have two pictures, which equals two thousand words.

This is where I was last week:



And this is what I came home to:


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  1. What a clever dog you have who can write.
    Loved both pictures, grand to have you back.

    Yvonne.

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  2. lmao when you gotta go, you gotta go. Sure getting the "what?" eyeball from him.

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    1. But did he have to go all over the house? It was in the basement, too! Ugh!

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  3. Poor little Schultz was sick. There's no such thing as a bad dog.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Schultz had plenty of opportunity to do his business outside. Not all over the living room floor, kitchen floor, and basement carpet. He was a bad dog.

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  4. Did you add the pic to the dog shaming site? I've seen those compilations. I don't think the dog is a bit sorry, though.

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    1. I should do that. I think he is sorry. He gave me the guilty look the entire day.

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  5. Maybe Schultz was just sick from missing you. Great photos. Glad you're back.

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    1. I don't know if it was that. Perhaps. We also had some big storms roll through, which he is scared of. Maybe that was some of his problem.

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  6. Aw, that happens sometimes. When something changes in their daily routine. I don't think he liked it that you were away;) Luckily you didn't have to clean it;)

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    1. I'm sure he didn't like that I was away. I'm glad I arrived at the tail end of the situation. I knew there was a problem as soon as I walked in and saw my husband wearing a gas mask.

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  7. Didn't you want a dog on the beach with you? I'm use to coming back to pets leaving signs of their displeasure.

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    1. No. No wet, stinky dogs on the beach with me. I'm not sure what his problem was, but doing that was just ridiculous!

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  8. It's that look. Of course he's sorry! Maybe he got scared being in the house alone - was he alone?

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    1. No, he wasn't alone. My husband was with him the entire time. (Except for when he went to the grocery store.)

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  9. the second pic won't open for me, hope he didn't bring back a dead bird!

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    1. No dead bird. He pooped all over the family room floor, kitchen floor, and basement carpet. (He's pictured lying next to a sign that convicts him of his crimes.)

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  10. Oh man. The guilty look on his furry face is priceless though.

    I is for Illuminati

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  11. Hi, Sherry!

    Knowing where you guys live, I suspect you either went over to Tybee Island, Hilton Head, or maybe Myrtle Beach or even down to the Florida panhandle to Panama Beach.

    I gotta hand it to your dog Schultz. He might have been a bad dog and pooped on the carpet and floor, but he's a dang smart canine to be able to compose such a nicely worded confession letter! :)

    Enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend Sherry!

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    1. I went to Hilton Head. Yes, the dog is brilliant. I think he spells better than a lot of people!

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  12. But he writes a good apology, doesn't he?

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  13. I can say, "Poor doggie. They should give you a treat because you are so sorry." I say that because it's not my dog. I'm a sucker for sad dog faces though, so I might even say that to my dog.

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  14. But his eyes say he's really truly sorry.

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    1. He's only sorry because he got in trouble.

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  15. Bad boy!? Did daddy remember to take him pottie before he went out?
    Perspectives at Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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    1. He said he let the dog out numerous times before he left.

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  16. Ack! That's horrible. Shame on you, Schultz!

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    1. Yes. Mama was not pleased with Schultz when she came home!

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  17. Awww, his face! Poor puppy!! He really had to go! LOL!

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    1. But all over the family room, kitchen, and basement?

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    1. A storm came through the previous day. Maybe he was upset about that.

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  19. He sure looks likes he regrets his um... deed.

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  20. Oh goodness! Glad you were enjoying the beach and didn't have to clean up that mess! :)
    ~Jess

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    1. I came in at the end of the cleanup, but it still stunk!

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  21. I know it's terrible, but I busted up. That's just awesome. Awful, but awesome.

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    1. At least my husband had a sense of humor after the event.

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  22. I laughed way too hard at this. I know this all too well. As I once tweeted, according to my Fitbit I just scrubbed dog diarrhea out of the carpet for 0.9 miles.

    I wouldn't wish that upon anybody.

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    1. Poor you! That had to have been awful!

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