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Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Oh the horror

I think I mentioned Chaya and Delia were spayed on May 28th. They go back this Friday to get their stitches out. Chaya hasn't been able to have a bath this whole time until her stitches are out. Therefore Chaya stinks like she has been romping in garbage all day in 90 degree weather. Even those "wipes" that are supposed to clean a doggie with a simple wipedown give up and collapse saying, "There's just too much dirt, we're sorry, there's nothing we can do here." She is so caked full of dirt, her beautiful golden color is now gray.

How the heck did she get so dirty? She's in a crate during the day for petes sake. While it's simply impossible for me to hold my breath the whole time I'm home, I often try. Not only that, but she gets to sleep in our bedroom at night (NOT on the bed) which is fine because she usually lays over by Aaron's side of the bed. Now, she must be trying to gag me in my sleep because she lays over on MY side now. Do dog's have a sixth sense? The more I run away from her, the more she chases me. So I'll be counting the days until Friday when Aaron takes her in for her checkup and brings her home and has her bathed by the time I get home from work.

In the meantime, I get to see how much more I can up my time of holding my breath.

Happy Hump Day!!!!!

5 Comments:

  • At 9:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    We get our puppy fixed in a few weeks...I'm now soooo looking forward to the dirty thing! Thanks! lol (oh and she sleeps in a crate on MY side of the bed..yipee!)... how's the search for replacing the wedding party dropper outter going?

    -kimberlee

     
  • At 4:57 PM, Blogger Shannin said…

    Man, how did she get so dirty? Our two dogs totally romp outside, and even occassionally get in the mud, but they rarely get more than their paws dirty. Try rubbing a Cling Free or Bounce sheet over her -- it should help with the smell.

     
  • At 10:01 PM, Blogger Audree said…

    try dry shampoo

     
  • At 3:03 AM, Blogger Denise said…

    Great idea, Shannin! I'm coming to you next time I've got an animal conundrum.

     
  • At 8:39 AM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    I have no clue how she got so dirty, but you can bet I'm going to have Aaron try the dry shampoo AND a dryer sheet tonight when I'm at school. I keep telling myself:
    One.More.Day.

     

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