So how many of you let your dogs and cats in the bathroom with you? Now come on, don't be shy.
What if I told you that's the place Blaze comes to get her special forehead kisses that soothe her so, while I am seated on the lieu. Or that Chance gives me sweet kisses on my arms and toes while I bath or when I'm drying off.
Sometimes I am bombarded by both of them (since the Front Dogs are the only dogs with access to the bathroom) with my own important business. They are great relaxants! Mark is always surrounded by these two with their special bathroom time.
Or how about having your own personal toilet guard? With Chance on the job, no one is getting away with that thing!
So come on fess up! Do your dogs accompany you to the bathroom for all your duties, or do you close them out to have a minute of peace?
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Tuesday, February 25, 2014
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My crew loves to lick shower water off of my legs and ankles in the bathroom, and then lick wherever I have applied lotion. Weirdos.
Then they look at me when they are doing their business like "privacy please!!"
BOL! Yes, isn't it funny how they expect to be part of everything we do, until it comes to their business?
No way do they come in when I am not dressed! If I'm putting on makeup and getting ready to go out, then they can come in, but some things are sacred.
Can't close the door because ALL of the Army doesn't fit in the bathroom. So while usually Bella and Taiko and sometimes White Dog come in, the others hang out in the doorway or in the hall.
Houndstooth, LOL, you crack me up! "Some things are sacred."
White Dog, I can't imagine if I had to contend with all six dogs and the bathroom! Then I think it would be a different story.
The 2 tiger boys are usually on the sink in the morning; everyone else wanders in and out. We finally put a hook on the door after living here for 10 years so guests can have some privacy. We've heard a lot of people yell "Hey" over the years. :)
Chooey used to have the privilege. Now, she's better off chasing the pigeons and barking her heart.
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