My dog keeps running away, which is more than slightly annoying. The thing that gets me, is how she keeps going to the same house, actually several streets away.
Today, the man called me, since I’m practically on speed-dial. “Your dog is at my house again.”
man is hilarious and really embodies class. He’s Japanese and about 60.
Every time I go pick up my dog, the man is wearing a maroon bathrobe,
fuzzy blue slippers, and silky pajama pants.
Who is this guy? My
husband thinks he’s amazing, my dog wants to live with him, and I want
to know why he gets to wear pajamas all the time.
He looks like he
came straight out of a classic movie starring Humphrey Bogart and
Catherine Hepburn. I expect him to hold a big cigar and talk in a fancy
Anyway, a higher fence didn’t help our dog, so now we have an
invisible fence and “Abby” has a collar that beeps every time she gets
After reading the recent incident reports about dogs
getting out in Bingham County, I am especially conscious that our pet
has been out a few times a year.
At least that’s one dog who won’t be getting out all of the time.
Do you feel like this is an issue in the area?
On a side note, why in the world does my dog keep going to the same house?
I thought about how the man likes our dog a lot, but doesn’t seem to be the type who would own her full-time or anything.
I got her in the car, which was difficult since she’s a massive
doberman, I thought about how often in life I’ve wondered if “this” or
“that” would be better than current circumstances. Like a person who
chases rainbows, thinking a pot of gold will be at the end, but when
they get there, the rainbow is gone–I don’t want to be a rainbow chaser.
And I sure wish my dog would stop being one too!
A stressed pet owner