Well-trained son

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JudyN
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Well-trained son

Post by JudyN » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:43 pm

I was on the loo today :oops: , heard DS2 go into his room (strewn with almost as much crockery and food as in our kitchen :roll: ) and a moment later: 'Jasper! Out of here!' Jasper had snuck in behind him, doubtless relishing the smell of decomposing food, socks, and underpants...

Then I heard the door shut, and 'Good boy! Oh what a gooooooood boy you are! Yes, you're a good boy!' :D

DS2 was very impressed that Jasper had backed out of the room when told, but told me that he hadn't had a treat to give him. I pointed out that he could have just presented him with one of the plates from his room and Jasper would have been extremely happy (and possibly extremely ill...) :lol:
Jasper, lurcher, born December 2009

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Re: Well-trained son

Post by Nettle » Sat Aug 03, 2013 4:12 am

:lol:
A dog is never bad or naughty - it is simply being a dog

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