Someone was not happy!
To be fair, the short one in the front was the barker. The mopey one in the back was the foghorn. And Wilson the lab - well he just wondered why he was locked out with those two deviants. (And by the way, they were locked out because we didn't want them to take turns sitting on our social worker's lap.)
Good thing the social worker didn't interview them. I can just imagine the list of complaints......locks us outside for half an hour! Not enough treats! Will not let us eat off her plate! Will not take us for walks in snow or rain storms! Leaves us alone almost everyday to go somewhere and she is gone for hours!!! Not enough belly rubs!! The mistreatment!! The horror!!!!!!
|I would like to file a complaint with the owner of this establishment.|
I wish there was a Pet Swap. You know, like Wife Swap, but with pets. Where we switch families so we can experience a completely different life style and appreciate what we have. I would even make it easy and switch with my next door neighbor. She owns a chocolate lab named Penny. She feeds her Ol Roy (apologies if that is what you feed your dog!) She leaves her outside for days with no access to the garage or inside of the house. Penny doesn't get much attention. I am certain her treat pantry and toy box are not as full as ours. And if I were a betting woman, I would say Penny does not get to sleep on the bed, a couch, or on her mom (all 3 of these spots are taken in our house on a nightly basis!). Maybe spending a week next door would teach my kids appreciation. Then again -it might also result in the unintentional addition of a second chocolate lab because I am certain Penny will not be running back to her owner once she sees how life is on the other side of the fence!