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01-11-2009, 01:02 PM
Well MickeyD is at it again. First of all he started out by removing the laundry room floor, then he ate the knobs off of our washer and dryer, then proceeded to take out a 220 plug, along with the plug on the dryer. Poor Jim replaced the sheet rock, installed a new floor etc. etc. MickeyD then removed the new floor and now he back at the sheet rock. Hmmmm Marley had nothing on MickeyD I can tell you that. Do you think he looks remorseful?
01-11-2009, 05:48 PM
I'd say he has that guilty "hang dog" look down. He ALMOST might even be sorry.;)
Yes, when reading the book I kept thinking "Oh! That's nothing. Gandalf did this! Lizzie did that! Merlin #&*%#! etc."
At least they gave up chewing up things after they got out of puppyhood. Of course for Labs - that's what!?! - 3 years.:p
01-12-2009, 06:23 AM
Oh I wish it was 3...MickeyD just turned 4!
01-12-2009, 08:21 AM
Well we must conclude that Mickey D's statement was that he was not happy to not return for his b-day weekend finals!
Guess he does not like being in the dog house!
Absolutely a better version of Marley!
It was great to see you guys to give that wonderful hug!
Miss Dega topped out her 3 leg debut with a 15'!
We are looking forward to Auburn in May.
Be good and love lots,
Gianna & Dega
01-12-2009, 08:27 AM
Well Gianna Mr. MickeyD managed to pick up another title this past weekend....certainly not one that we are proud of either! He managed to be the first dog at the first event to be timed out by the new rule (3 minutes) Standing there watching was agony and it seemed like an eternity! We did not return to the finals for a variety of reasons, however, that is one of them. That was probably the worst I have ever seen him! So he is back in the laundry room to finish it off!
01-12-2009, 06:47 PM
Oh, that's priceless! He mostly looks bummed that he was caught!
MickeyD certainly lived up to his "entertainer" reputation -- it may have been an agonizing 3 minutes for you, but the crowd thought his sneaking creeping was hilarious. Guess he thought he got a birthday pass from having to "stay" -- he still had the best jump for all the Labs at the event so congrats ;)
Sandra, it was nice to get to say "hi" in person after all the emails. Thanks for your help and support getting started in fostering -- it's been very rewarding! Thanks also to Ursula and the staff for promoting our little chocolate Lab foster dog -- we had several people come meet Cocoa at the event and a possible match for a "forever home". Yeah!
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