I don't know if it's the seemingly endless winter or what, but everyone seems so down these days here in PE. I've been trying to think of something that might cheer us up and the only thing I can think of is to share one of my Chloe puppy stories.
Honestly, bringing (now 9.5 pounds) Chloe home has just brought a smile to everyone's face when they see her. Cranky neighbors' faces light up, Sweet Chelsea adores her, and even Miss Molly growls at her one minute then whines when Chloe goes off to play with Chelsea instead and ignores Molly. It is just too cute.
But I digress..........this is my story....
....two weekends ago baby Chloe came in the house from the backyard with poop on the top of her head [img]/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/23_34_2.gif[/img]. I had no idea how she had done that (!) but cleaned her up and shampooed her head and she was set to go.
An hour later I let her out and she came in again with poop on top of her head [img]/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/1010hammer.gif[/img]. So I cleaned and shampooed her again!
The next time I let her out I stood at the door to watch what the heck she was doing.
Well....poor sweet Chelsea had tummy troubles that morning and kept having diarrhea. Chloe, in her infinite puppy curiosity, was like a little duck who had imprinted on her Mom and was following Chelsea all around the back yard with her nose practically up Chelsea's backside.......so.....yes, you guessed it......Chloe is curious and Chelsea squatted and Chloe got pooped on! Twice!!!
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Of course I was yelling like a banshee for her to move her head.
....and just this morning she was following Molly around the back yard...
I hope this made you smile and that you have a funny story or happy memory to share with the rest of us...... [img]/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/flower.gif[/img]