Drop a freaking piece of kibble on the floor and let it roll under the washer. Then hire Champ to move the appliances around!
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Champ has been making me crazy for the past two days. I filled the kibble bin in the laundry room and somehow always manage to drop a couple of pieces of kibble on the floor. This room is about 8' by 8'. Dryer side against west wall (shared with garage), washer immediately next to it, the backs against south wall (my bedroom is on the other side of that wall) with about 10" of space between the washer and the east wall. Along the east wall, from the front of the washer is the water heater and water pump, then about 1' of space before the furnace, which is jammed against the north wall. There is a small space between the front of the washer and the water heater where I have a square plastic hamper, upside down, on top of which sits the container I keep the kibble in.
Champ has moved the washer a good 2" back, and had the hamper and bin of food pulled out of the corner where it is literally wedged in between the washer and the water heater - all because a piece or two of kibble went under the washer when I filled the bin!
Jackie, Champ, and Buddy
LOL! He doesn't want to waste the piece of kibble or two. Too funny!
Debi and Bauer
Some people are like slinkies. Not really good for much, but bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs.
Determined guy, he really worked for that snack! It is in his Labby nature, let nothing edible go to waste.
Maxx & Emma Jean
Ozzy - 10/16/02 - 06/28/11 - Always in my heart.
Sometimes the hardest part isn't letting go - but learning to start over.
LOL. What a dog will do for food.
Next time you want heavy furniture moved, just tie it to Champ's harness and drop a line of kibble to where you want it.
Ha! Ralphie was trying with all his pug power to move a Hoosier cabinet last night. When I investigated it was all for one kibble. One! I'm amazed his pug nose could even locate it.
I like the idea of putting this to good use. You could call it the hansel and gretel moving method.
LOL...yep when that happens I use the fly swatter to rake it out.
Champ is no quitter.
In a dogs mind:
"That might be the last piece of kibble on earth!!!!"