Thursday, June 26, 2008
I'm not talking about the gas you put in your car to make it go, I am talking about the gas that just came out of Spirit, whew! He passed gas, took a look at his bottom and then got up and came over to me and laid down, almost scared, as if he was saying "something just came out of my backside and it was not a good thing". He was right, it wasn't good, we had to hold our noses for a few minutes. Do your wolfdogs have gas a lot? Spirit and Sundance seem to have an abundance of it. Sundance is more subtle about his. He poots, gets up and moves, leaving it lingering around the rest of us. I think Cheyenne and Sierra, being girls (smile), do not pass gas, at least I have never caught them doing it. I think it is the food he sneaks around and gets. I don't think Purina is known for its gas-passing qualities. Because Spirit sneaks food, I have to be sure we don't have anything in the house that is dangerous to animals. I have lost an entire plate of spaghetti before, luckily it did not have onions in it. I turned around just in time to see his mouth open like a gators mouth and one bite is all it took. Lucky for him I had more. Sierra has taken her life in her own paws before when she grabbed a rotisserie chicken off the counter and started dragging it around the house. Come to think of it, Cheyenne has done the chicken dance too. Even though it was not edible any longer, I made sure I got it all up because chicken bones are bad for dogs. Enjoy the picture of some of the pups having something legal to eat. Have a good one and hope to see you all at dog night at Ritter's on the 7th. Cherokee will be there for sure.
Posted by Wolfdog at 01:29