Wednesday, July 28, 2010

How To Lose A Doberman

I had just gotten home from dropping off C at Driver's Training.  Tyson greeted me with his wagging tail. (Actually, I don't think that thing ever stops wagging)

He followed me around the house as I did chores.  As I sat checking my email, I realized Tyson was not glued to my side. Then, I thought I heard him whining.

I called his name, searched the backyard, looked in every room.  No Tyson.  I even looked in our bathroom.  Where did I find him?  In the boys' bathroom.  He must have gotten in there and the door shut behind him.

He was so happy when I found him.  I swear he was smiling.  He's such a silly dog.  I love him.

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Marie said...

HAHA! My daughter does that all the time. She loves opening and closing doors, and she often shuts herself in a room. Then she gets scared and angry and bawls for mommy to come save her :-P

More Milestones said...

Kids and pets. I crazy combo.
: )

S.I.F. said...

My dog did this to us when my brother and I were kids! Our whole family was devastated and looking for her. We even put up signs around the neighborhood.

And then it turned out she had managed to close herself in a bedroom and that's where she was the entire time!

More Milestones said...

They are silly creatures.

Alyna @ Better Your Blog said...

Sometimes I "lose" my dog just because she is so quiet and well behaved. I'll think, haven't heard from her in a while and I'll panic and call her, all the while she's staring at me from some chair in a corner or lying under the bed and looking at me with this *look* that conveys that she thinks I'm reeeeeallly dumb to be calling her when she is IN THE SAME ROOM AS ME!

My boyfriend has TWICE accidentally locked her out of the house, with an unfenced yard and does she run away? Get into any trouble? Nope. She just stood at the door both times, staring through the glass waiting patiently for him (me) to realize the mistake. Yeah, she's THAT good.

More Milestones said...

Alyna, I love that ours is not a door scratcher. He's really patient and will wait to be let in without going nuts. It's a good thing most of the time. : )