As a mother of about 12 I know that the fellas responsible for my condition weren’t exactly “paws-on dads”. It’s the human dudes that love us, walk us, fed us and let us snore next to them. There are a lot of lucky wieners that have Dads, so in honour of our human dads, here is a video of a soldier coming home to his weenies:
Archive for June, 2010
It’s Frankie. I know it’s been a while. I’ve been trying to get to the computer but ‘she’ has been on it all the time. Something to do with getting ready for a big conference – and there’s even a suitcase packed. I hate suitcases.
Can you believe that she’d go away instead of walking Robin at Woofstock? Where are her priorities?
I really enjoyed reading your stories. It’s sad that so many of you guys have one. I was lucky and chose a family before I even had my eyes open. I hear that only 1 in 10 dogs stay with one family their whole life.
When ‘she’ gets back I promise to get back into the swing of things. Thanks to K for covering for me.
I know Willow, Gumbah, Buzz and April are going on the walk, are there any other wieners or friends of wieners able to join them?
If you can’t waddle along (I can’t it’s too much for an old lady like me) then how about giving up a few cookies? It doesn’t matter who you give to it all goes to CDR:
Willow & Gumbah’s page: http://www.canadahelps.org/GivingPages/GivingPage.aspx?gpID=8101
Online donations are EASY!
Why have one Doogle when you can have two weenie ladies?
Two best friends Bella & Chloe are looking for a home together. They sleep together, eat together and cute up any room together. Kinda like Bert and Ernie only more shiny.
To read more about the “girls” click here