Monday, December 20, 2010

Secret Santa Paws by Bender

Our secret Santa Paws was... WILSON (and his mom Chelsea) from A Dashing Dachshund!

They were very nice with the presents!

Mommy cut open the package and Bones and I used teamwork to get the goodies! He held the bag while I stuck my head inside.

I smells good stuffs!

Dad said we had to read the card first. Said something about it being the proper way to open a gift. Psshhh.

Done now. Wants presents!

Look what we gots! A natural antler chew and a beaver skineez! Thanks Wilson!

Bones picked his favorite and went to his dog cave. (Note from Rachel: He woke me up at 4am squeaking the skineez right under where I lay in bed. He really loves it!)

This toy is AMAZING! *squeak*squeak*squeak*

I gots my favorite too! This antler is great! I took it and hid it under all the pillows in my crate. I'm not sharing it with Bones!

It's so heavy! And it's all mines!

Thanks again Wilson (and his mom Chelsea)!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas Card

If you would like a holiday card from Bender (and his humans. Bones too) please send your address to:


Get your address to me by Saturday if you want to be included.
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Monday, December 6, 2010

Nap Time

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Doggie Torture

Otherwise known as my attempt at a Holiday card.

I'll just start by saying I failed.

I found antlers at the Target $1 spot, so I brought them home, very excited with my find.

My first attempt (the picture at the bottom) was taken in the house. Not good enough. I decided I needed Holiday pizazz!

So, I ushered the dogs into the snow covered backyard and put the antlers on both of them.

Then everything fell apart.

Bones refused to move, not even his head. He was staring at the ground completely unable to move. (He does this when you put any article of clothing on him. He freezes and thinks he is unable to move.)
Much like Allie's dog from Hyperbole and a Half.
(we've put the booties on Bones and ended up with the same result.)

Bender's slid down his head and rested on his neck. His head isn't built to support a headband, it's the ears. He then managed to get them off at which point I had a tug of war with him trying to get him to release the antlers.

In summary, no Holiday card. At least, not yet.