Okay, I’m not trying to be mean, I’m just putting it out there that dogs are stupid! If you have a dog, then you know this to be true. They are sweet, lovable, stupid creatures. Now the other day I did the keyword search post. Well, since then there have been so many searches for “things dogs have eaten“! In two days time, we have had, “dog ate candles”, “dog ate a candle”, “my dog ate moon sand, should I call the vet?“, and “what if my dog eats moon sand?” Which brought Elle and I to the above conclusion. Don’t get me wrong I love our dumb dog. That’s my pet name for him sometimes, instead of Bruno, I call him “dumb dog“, and I say it in a dumb-like voice (you’ll just have to imagine it for yourself). My dog will eat anything that falls onto the floor. One good thing about having a dog is, less vacuuming! The problem is the stuff he eats that he shouldn’t. I know my dog has eaten moon sand because as in my previous post that shi stuff goes everywhere! But he hasn’t eaten a whole container, so I didn’t bother googling it. He eats tissues, I don’t know why, but apparently they are tasty. So is the cat box, so I’m guessing, my dog isn’t too picky when it comes to what he eats! Elle’s dog ate a whole dead bird! He was absolutely fine. But don’t change that dog food! We all know what happens when you do that! Explosive doggy diarrhea throughout your house! My dh is not a fan of dogs, especially our whiny, howley, beagle. And the thing is, Bruno (the dog not the husband), just doesn’t get it. When he’s scared he goes and hides over by my husband. When he gets home from work Bruno runs to the door all excited to see him. About a week ago, my husband yelled, “what the hell did you feed that dog?” I said, “why, what’s the matter?” “he stinks! Every minute he’s over there gassing me out of the room, and every time he does it, he looks at me” I guess the bones I was giving him, were also giving him gas. And yes, he would expel some gas and either look at his butt or my husband. Needless to say, I stopped giving him those bones. I also had to change his food a few weeks ago. I was giving him Kibbles and bits, and well, let’s say it was a doggie laxative for him. No more kibbles and bits for him! Elle and I were talking about this and we came to the conclusion that cats don’t seem to eat as many weird things as dogs. And if cats could talk, I bet they would be very sarcastic. Yes, this was a real conversation Elle and I had. Interesting, huh?
So enjoy your dumb dogs, and remember the next time your dog eats something he shouldn’t of, as Anne from http://www.smalltownmommy.com said, “The Vet cost money, google is free!”