O T BUT Laugh for today for animal lovers

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Date Joined Sep 2008
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   Posted 2/25/2009 4:20 PM (GMT -6)   
I had an appointment at 1:00 for the puppy cooper to have his shots today. The pug also needed his shots. I ran around all morning cleaning the Wed house got home raced around doing a few chores. I put cooper in his crate and carried him to the car. Put Adam the Pug Nick name DUM DUM..on his leash sat him in the car, To come back into the house and get my purse stepped onto the front porch and heard the car door lock. As I heard the door lock the picture of the keys in the car came into this little tiny foggy brain I have I ran back to the car and the doors are locked and the Key are on the front seat of the car. I tried for 5 minutes to get the dog to step on the lock again.He would not do it.My husband had to come home and unlock the car for me.He works 25 minutes away. I called the vet to inform her of what happened. She thought it was funny. She of course knows the pug
and she burst out laughing and said she could picture him standing on the lock with his tongue out panting.  We rescheduled the appointment for 230. and my husband will now be working late. to make up for lost time out of his day.(his choice he is the manager and salary and gets paid wether he is there or not. He is salaried for 40 hours but normally works 50-60 hours a week he is dedicated. Any way I thought yall would get a kick out of this.

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Date Joined Jun 2008
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   Posted 2/25/2009 4:26 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh LeeAnn, that is so cute & funny.  Who would have thought the pug would do that?  I'm so glad you were able to rearrange the appointments & got the car doors unlocked.  You can be happy that the car wasn't running at the time.  Now I have done that.  LOL  Hugs, Denise

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Date Joined Dec 2008
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   Posted 2/25/2009 4:34 PM (GMT -6)   

Oh how funny b/c it turned out great. I can just see your face when you heard that CLICK!!! Our pets can keep us going.

Take care,


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Date Joined Nov 2008
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   Posted 2/25/2009 4:50 PM (GMT -6)   

That's sounds like something that would happen to me!  I ran into a Quik mart once and the Lab jumped into the front seat an laid on the horn.  I was standing in line thinking how annoying the noise was, never dreaming it was Dylan.  When I got  back to the car the dalmation had gotten so scared she peed all over the back seat.

Pretty funny since I can never find the horn on the stupid steering wheel that has so many different buttons and gadgets.  Guess I'm lucky he didn't press against the cruise control!



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