My little red tether is my anchor in running with my friends. A beautiful guide dog has been my tether/anchor in mobility and independence for 17 years: 1. Pantera 2. Cricket, and now my beautiful 3. Georgina (Georgie). A life of family and friends is my joy and anchor in life.

The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it. CC Scott

Friday, February 6, 2009

Princess Crickers

Cricket is fabulous for many reasons, but she is not totally a perfect princess.
Last night we left the pantry door open and she helped herself to a low level treat that had some plastic with it. We heard that dreaded sick sound in the middle of the night (first time with Cricket) of the stomach throwing up. Poor, naughty girl. (She is a pretty cute princess pictured by the area of her naughtiness.)


OSU 98 said...

Oops!!!! Bet you won't do that again! I take a fair amount of grief for how I keep my house - and I am totally OK with it to avoid the dreaded barf sound in the middle of the night!!!

Mummers said...

I am grateful that Shiloh does not return the many things she eats as she would be barfing constantly. Fopr some reason she loves lip gloss. I just bought a new one and put it, I thought out of reach. Oh no, I came into the bedroom and there were the remains.
Do dogs suffer from dry lips?

risingup1moretimeandmakinglifecount said...

Oh ... she's not as much of an Angel as she looks. Cricket!!! We have a little Angel in our house too - He belongs to Sarah and he's such a spoiled little guy. He thinks he should be a guide dog because he want to go everywhere we go. If he can't we'll often find he's expressed himself by dragging something out of the bathroom trash or something he know's he's not supposed to do. Luckily our pantry is not easily accesible to him. YET!

2 labs 4 me said...

Hearing that dreaded sound in the middle of the night, gets the heart pounding, doesn't it? We can't seem to scramble out of bed fast enough. Seeing Cricket & her cute little face, it's hard to imagine her not being perfect.