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I have always been passionate about designing and making meaningful gifts and keepsakes and was very fortunate to able to start my own business. Lauren Nicole Gifts (name after my niece) was started in 2004 and was a great way for me to have my own business, but still move around as an Army wife. My husband recently retired from the Army and we are now permanently located in Ouray, Colorado

Monday, July 27, 2009

The hazards of recycling

I heard my dogs whining on the porch yesterday. They had dumped out the recycling bins and had been taking everything in the back yard. I found Bear on the back porch with an ice cream bucket stuck to his head. He was by the back door waiting for me to let him in, probably because he couldn't see to find the dog door. Of course, I am mean and made him wait while I took a picture (don't worry they had already torn a hole in the side of the bucket so he was able to breathe). I am going out today to buy recycling bins with lids!

17 comments:

Mable Cakes said...

That is hilarious!

C in VA said...

We have the same issue with peanut butter jars with our dogs!

Kathie @ my net finds said...

I love your dogs, they are so funny and cute! :-)

Kat said...

So funny! My dog loves to get into our trash whenever he can.

Belle said...

How funny!

Just Add Walter said...

hehehehe!! poor little baby wanted his ice cream fix!

Miss Business Casual said...

If Pups could reach the trash can I'm sure I would have to save him from many similar instances. So funny and I'm glad he hung in there long enough for a picture!

MamabearMills said...

hahahha, roflmfao. thanks for the first laugh of the day! going green is getting dangerous! eek

Jenny said...

what a riot!

preppyinnewengland said...

Hope it was a good flavor!

*Noelle* said...

oh my! that is hilarious!!!

jamie said...

How cute!! It's so hard to stay mad at them when they give you those sad little eyes.

Mommyto3andahusky said...

too funny!!

~Holly~ said...

This is too funny!! :)

Nancy said...

I love my granddogs, just wish that they were not so far away!! Well, maybeee...... Nancymom

doglover1127 said...

Once the frame of the doggie door is installed in a wall or door, leave the "flap" off at first. Have someone stay inside with your dog while you go outside. Call your dog through the "hole" (doggie door frame without the flap). When he goes through and comes to you, praise him lavishly and give him a food treat. Now have the person inside the house call him through the "hole." When he gets to them, they should praise lavishly and offer a food treat as well. Do this at least 3 times and no more than a dozen. After this, your dog will know there is a hole in the wall or the door especially for him. Dog Doors give you and your pet the freedom they deserve.

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

I agree with the rest!!! totally hilarious! I am sure he was loving the icecream or what was left of it in the bucket...icecream vapors :o)

if he only knew, how many smiles and laughs at his expense! too too cute!

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