No wait! Make that Dozer Dozer pumpkin eater! It doesn't rhyme, but it's closer to the truth.
This year we carved two pumpkins for Halloween. A big one for the boys and a little wee one for our daughter. She picked it. It was a little larger than a normal sized acorn squash. The big pumpkin was 40-50lbs. Anyway, because of the sizes of the pumpkins we decided the little pumpkin should come in so there would be no neighbourhood smashing (easy to grab and toss).
I had it in the kitchen and it was getting stinky but I didn't want to throw it out without my daughter saying "goodbye" (she's 7 and she likes to be in charge of her own things - she even flushes her own dead fish ... "and there it goes" ...). So I put the pumpkin outside on the table on the deck. A nice little place for it. Later I was in the backyard and found a weird looking stick. I picked it up so that Dozer wouldn't get it and that's when I realised it wasn't a stick, it was the stem of the pumpkin!! Then I noticed pumpkin pulp stuck between the boards on the deck. Not much of it, but enough to be evidence in a trial where he'd be found GUILTY. The little bugger ate the entire pumpkin.
That was Tuesday.
Normally Dozer poops two times in a day. Yesterday (Wednesday) around noon I went out to pick up the poop, expecting there to be two piles (one from the morning and one from the night before) and there were FOUR. Not only were there twice as many as normal, but they were five times their regular size and bright orange! Ha ha ha ha ha! More evidence.
Well, my daughter hasn't noticed yet. I haven't told her. She'll be LIVID with Dozer and likely won't speak to him for days. LMAO!
I would have had pictures for you, but I didn't catch him in the act and I'm pretty sure no one wants to see pictures of orange dog poop.
The truth always comes out in the end.
Sorry but that's too funny
OMG! That's too funny!
I don't know...I think I'd like to see orange dog poop. LOL!
Don't tell her.
"Each is a creature of Earth and is entitled to reside on it with dignity"
Poop never lies.
Reminds me of a time that a 2 lb container of cashews that my father (who was visiting) left out on the counter disappeared. My husband kept defending Toby insisting that either he didn't do it or he and Chamois were equally guilty. 12 hours later, it was perfectly clear who had eaten cashews and who hadn't. Toby pooped cashews for several days.
Last edited by TobysTrix; 11-04-2010 at 08:30 PM.