Schultz, our enormous German Shepherd, has been on a rampage lately. I don't know what his malfunction is, but he is having some serious issues with staying out of trouble. A couple of days ago, he went to the pet store, and knocked over a whole shelf of goldfish food with his big, bushy tail. Yesterday, I caught him digging up one of the plants in my garden. And did I mention how filthy he's been getting? Maybe he thinks that he can do whatever he wants now that Santa's already been here with a delivery of treats for his stocking.
Anyway, today's episode involved food - human food. I was attempting to make spaghetti. As I pulled the noodles out of the box, a bunch fell onto the floor. Guess who was there to clean up? Yep. Schultz. Apparently he likes munching on uncooked spaghetti noodles.
"Schultz, yuck!" I said.
He cocked his head and kept crunching. He ate about a third of a box of those things.
Later, my son put his vanilla milkshake on the kitchen chair. I don't know why he did this, but I didn't catch it. Schultz did. When I walked into the room, there was Schultz, with his big snoot in the cup, licking up the milkshake.
"Schultz!" I hollared. "What do you think you're doing?"
He pulled his snoot out of the cup and looked at me. His black face was covered with splotches of vanilla ice cream. He put his snoot back in and licked some more.
"Oh no you don't," I said. "Crate!"
I confiscated the milkshake and locked him up in jail. That's where he's going to stay for a very long time!
Schultz definitely has a lot of personality!ReplyDelete
Yes, he does!Delete
It's not Schultz's fault that the goldfish food got in the way of his tail. You should be grateful that he cleaned up the spaghetti YOU spilled. And Bubba left the milkshake on the chair, so Bubba should go in the crate. Honestly, Sherry, I don't know what's wrong with you.ReplyDelete
Dear Little Schultzie,
You should run away and come to live at my house. You would have so much fun with the Z-Boys and no one would sentence you to jail.
Schultz's New Mommy
My daughter would like to have a word with you. She says you may absolutely, positively not have her puppy wuppy, Shultzy Wultzy. How could you want to take away her doggy?
As for Schultz, I let the goldfish incident slide, because that was obviously an accident, but Schultz knows he's not allowed to drink milkshakes. We've had that conversation before. Therefore, Schultz must spend time in doggy jail.
I know I am a very strict mommy - much stricter than you, but Schultzy Wultzy is going to have to deal with it.
Schultz's Real Mommy ;)
HA! Schultz would love me best.Delete
He sounds a handful.....but adorable.ReplyDelete
You've got that right!Delete
haha he just wants to have some fun and variety to his food.ReplyDelete
I can't say I blame him. I'd be sick of eating kibbles every day if I was him, too!Delete
I love your dog. He sounds like a hoot.ReplyDelete
He is certainly a character! Just like the rest of the family!Delete
Ha ha. That's one hungry dog.ReplyDelete
He eats anything at any time!Delete
Sounds like Schultz is pretty hungry. He must be on a holiday eating binge like me.ReplyDelete
I'm finally recognizing the award you gave me a while back on my memoir blog.
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I stopped by and checked out all of your awards. Congratulations on them! I liked reading all your comments, too.Delete
Bad dog! LOL Aw, he's just hungry, hehe. ;o) I can't imagine those UNcooked spaghetti noodles tasted good though!ReplyDelete
They had to be just awful! Only a dog would like them.Delete
Ohhhh, poor big puppy. In jail :-(ReplyDelete
Our pups love dried pasta as a treat. They num them right up.
Wow, then I guess uncooked noodles taste great to a dog!Delete
ah, nosey puppies! my yellow lab is a scavanger extraordinaire as well. and he knows the word "cage"ReplyDelete
dogs are always hungry!
and i named a dog schultzie in my book! =)
happy new year!
If you rent you don't have many options other than heavy duty deodorizing cleaners and putting shelf paper under the sink to cover the exposed wood inside.ReplyDelete
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