Monday, December 31, 2007

Rosie turns two and bad habits

As of a few minutes ago Rosie turned two, Crazy girl should be a little less crazy now? Seriously, I doubt it! Since I have no access to my photos and don't want to mess too much with C's laptop here, Rosie will not be showing her two year old photo until later.

In other Pug news I doubt you will ever hear "give mommy a kiss" to my furry ones for a very, very long time. Now honestly Marty's breath would sink a ship and I have NEVER asked him for a kiss....never. Chloe also has the bad breath working, but Zoey, ahhhh, sweet baby she has been fine and Rosie, well she dishes out kisses without asking. Gross your saying right? Well, it gets a whole lot grosser, We have taken notice lately that Chloe has been licking Marty's butt!!! So P says, heh put some hot pepper on his butt?????? What the heck P have you thought about how that would feel???? Gah, horrible....but that is not the worst part! Yesterday we caught Marty pushing open the laundry room door and helping himself to items in the cat box!!!! OMG...I can't even think about it. Three times yesterday he went in there! Then Rosie goes over to clean Chloe's face. It seems three of them now have the horrible poop curse. I know some of you have problems with this out there, but P says he has "never heard" of anything this gross...ever! I say is this anyway to end the year? Suggestions??????

9 comments:

girlville said...

oh, that's too funny about marty's new habit! i've heard it's common for dogs to do that. my MIL's dog use to roll in it! sorry, i don't have any suggestions other than maybe doggie breath mints.

Goodboy Norman Featherstone said...

LOL! Yes, it is disgusting, but most dogs love cat turds. Gross!

Manda Girl said...

Cat poops are a dogs cavier! It's very common for dogs to eat poop - theirs, their friends, the cats, the bunnies.... it's so gross. Ours are poop eaters too :(

One thing to try for the bad breath is this product called Leba - it's a spray and we found it helps SOOOOOO much.

Good luck and HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROSIE!

Priscilla said...

Oh yeah, the cat poo. I had a border collie that cleaned out the cat box. I asked the vet and he said that there is a lot of undigested stuff in there and cats eat a lot of fish flavored foods. It's gross, but not harmful.

We put the cat box on a table in the garage so the dog couldn't reach it but the cat could jump up and still use.

rpm said...

Oh, no...I feel your pain about the poop problem. I think all of ours at some point did that. Baxterman was the worst. We tried everything...Foster and Smith tablets we ordered from them and then some powder that the vet sold us and then pouring baking soda on any poop in the yard that we didn't pick up, which worked for a little bit but then Baxterman decided it wouldn't hurt him to eat the soda too. Plus it turned the grass yellow and died. So nothing worked for us for long. Not to mention that the supplements that you give them in powder or tablet form have to be given to all four pugs...not just the one eating it and that adds up quickly. Good luck. I hope someone has a good answer for you.

Corrine said...

Benjamin & Henry were notorious for getting into the cat's litter box. We tried so many things and eventually we came up with a great solution. We got the cat a top entry litter box - http://www.petsmart.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2754439&cp=&sr=1&origkw=clevercat&kw=clevercat&parentPage=search&keepsr=1

Our cat loves the litter box (she always liked have a hood on her boxes) and the boys haven't figured out how to get into it.

Frances Louise said...

OMG! That sounds so funny and terrible at the same time! Luckily for my parents, I have never had the inclination to eat other dog or cat poop; however, I do find bird poop quite tasty (which drives my Mommy crazy!).

Leah said...

Ugh, that is the one and only reason I have never tried to litter box train my pugs, as nice as it would be. Daisy loves the poop in the yard, I can't imagine if it were right in the house, a 24hour diner. I have not suggestions, but good luck!

georgia said...

hi guys sorry to change the subject of the story but i have a black 4 year old girl pug she is constantly itchy, loses a lot of her fur due to scartching and unknown reasons and she is always rubbing her bottom across the floor. we have been to many vets and she has been treated for everything possible. vets are nnot sure what is wrong with my dog. if anyone has any ideas, suggestions or have been through this befor ecould you email me. thanks

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