Monday, April 30, 2007

Suckin' on a Weiner Dog

I will be posting more today, whether during the day or sometime this evening. But for now, may I draw to your attention: the latest in the Porthos collection of amusing videos (link above). He LOVES this. When I vacuum his doggie bed he'll purposefully come running and plop himself down on it so I can massage him before he'll let me finish vacuuming the bed. What a life huh?


PS... Shawn... what a great story in your blog! I can't believe all those SQUIRRELS!!! (for everyone else: visit Misster Kitty's Internal Voice.


Misster Kitty said...

ARRG! I can't see video at work! They block video, the heathens! (go figure... they actually want us to WORK when at work. Who the H-E-double hockey sticks do they think they are!) I'll have to wait til tonight to see.

In the meantime, thanks for the plug on my Squirrel adventure... More to come on that 'fur' sure!

Jerome said...

Really, he just looks quietly tolerant of your vacuuming. I'll take your word for him liking it.

John said...

I wish he had been in a belly vacuuming mood. There's no doubting his pleasure when he's wriggling and writhing with delight. ;)

Misster Kitty said...

LOL How long does he let you do that?

John said...

I'm usually the one who puts a stop to it. It's not very often he'll walk away from a nice relaxing vacuuming session. hee hee

...Maybe 5 minutes I guess though, just in answer to your question.

ian said...

Down by one of the many dog-friendly beaches down here in Los Angeles, there are groom-them-yourselves dog bathing shops where you pay $10, use all the shampoo you want, and lather up your 4-legged friend. To dry them off, they have a reversed vacuum cleaner engine with an attachment on the hose that shoots the air out at a very brisk pace, essentially blow-drying your dog's hair. Dakota, our puppy, tolerated it, and by the end, LOVED it. She runs away from our vacuum at home though.