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Cathy T
26th September 2006, 02:26 AM
:lol: Who guessed that this is about Jake??!! (his reputation precedes him). Last week I noticed someone (based on the impossible trajectory had to be Jake) peed in my bedroom against the sliding door. I cleaned it up and doused it liberally with nature's miracle. Today I pulled out the steam cleaner and cleaned the carpets. Went into the bedroom and saw Shelby sniffing at the glass door. Dang it...he did it again!!! Arrrghhh!!!

Okay, I feel better, just had to vent!! :lol:

Cathy Moon
26th September 2006, 02:38 AM
:badgrin: Jake!! :huh:
Ship him to me, Cathy, I just shipped mine off because they're shedding all over the place ;)
BTW, I just steam vac'd my carpet yesterday!

Karlin
26th September 2006, 03:35 AM
:lol: Mom's ready to offer Lucy and her clouds of hair to anyone who wants her too... 8)

arasara
26th September 2006, 04:07 AM
LOL bad bad jake! Wonder why on earth he is doing that?! He must love to be in the dog house! icon_devil

I am taking Cathy Moon's Geordie so I guess Jake will be replacing him? lol. . .

Karlin I think EVERYBODy is having those cloudy hair problems LOL. My neighbor was standing on the walkway by the porch Sunday morning and I was outside brushing Kosmo (gotta do it outside..) and he got a phone call. Well sometime between him answering the call and me cleaning out the brush, a nice ball of Mr. Kosmo's white hair flew right into my neighbors mouth! :yikes :oops: :oops: Needless to say it was the most embarassing thing of my life.. I was like OH my goodness I am sorry and he's like "what ? I thought that was a wish!" LOL

The hair is coming off in handfuls it seems!

Cathy T
26th September 2006, 04:22 AM
Yep, gonna package Jake up and ship him off to Cathy tomorrow!!

That's too funny about your neighbor! :oops:

Hubby was asking why there's so much dog hair in the garage when the dogs are never in the garage. I told him the neighbors 5 houses down were wondering where all the dog hair in their house was coming from :roll: When they shed...they shed big time. I laugh when people innocently ask "do they shed?"!!!!

Remali
26th September 2006, 04:23 AM
lol! Well, I am glad to hear that Bentley isn't the only little stinker to pull stuff like that! Thank God for Nature's Miracle!

RileysMom
26th September 2006, 05:30 AM
I'll take all of them! Just ship them to Tennessee!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Tip on shedding: I have been using shed defense pills on my dogs for years and they work wonders. One brand is just called shed defense that we get at the pet store and the other brand I get is from Royal Treatment from hsn.com.

They are vitamins that are full of good stuff for the coat and help prevent shedding. I started Riley on them 2 months ago and I hardly ever see her hair on the couch (our couch is eggplant, so you can really see white hair).

I highly recommend trying them! They take a month or 2 to start working, but thay are great!!!

Karlin
26th September 2006, 05:37 AM
Lucy does shed masses of hair -- so I now understand what people mean when they say they have tumbleweeds of hair from their cavaliers. Jaspar and Leo have quite flat, smooth coats and hardly shed at all -- it's a very different coat!! So I hadn't encountered the hair extravaganze my mom has... :lol: I'm trying to console her by noting that perhaps she is just losing a heavier coat she brought with her from an Ohio winter and is adjusting slowly to being a California girl now.

Kingofthehouse86
26th September 2006, 05:39 AM
Jake better stop piddling in the bedroom or its goona be a trip away :drivecar: and if King doesn't stop shredding magazines then he's goin wit Jake... ;)

judy
26th September 2006, 07:03 AM
Cathy, that is disconcerting. zack has done that too, after not doing anything like that for months, suddenly i step on a rug and it's wet, and i know it wasn't me. and it doesn't have the odor of Fluffy's pee. Pretty frustrating, we really count on them to cooperate on this matter. good luck!

Maxxs_Mummy
29th September 2006, 09:07 PM
Is he in the good books yet, Cathy? Little darlings aren't they? Maxx would never even dream of peeing in the house but Charlie will just do it right in front of us :yikes

Nicki
29th September 2006, 09:21 PM
Jake sweetie you need to get your Mum to have another boy...then you can blame HIM :badgrin: :badgrin: :badgrin:

Oh dear I wonder why he's marking? Has he been upset over anything? Not feeling well perhaps?

Are the sliding doors mirrored? Does he perhaps think it's another dog?

Sorry to hear about Zack too Judy...

Maybe it's just the change in seasons if they're all at it?

Cathy T
29th September 2006, 10:18 PM
Well...he was back in my good graces about 1/2 hour later. Just can't stay angry at the little guys for too long....they won't let me. And that evening he curled up in my lap and fell fast asleep with his sweet little head on my chest.

As far as why...who the heck knows!! At least he hasn't done it again. Stinker!!

molly
30th September 2006, 03:40 AM
Jake better stop piddling in the bedroom or its goona be a trip away :drivecar: and if King doesn't stop shredding magazines then he's goin wit Jake... ;)


:lol: :badgrin: :lol: :badgrin: Those bad little boys. Add my Casey who shreds magazines and newspapers and my Murphy who occasionally gets the urge to wet down a dining room chair! That :drivecar: is going to be one full car.