Even dog behavior has consequences

April 14, 2009

The reason he looks so distressed is that that is an anti-bark collar. It stopped working after one time and I haven’t called the trainer who sold it to me yet to complain.

Yes, yes, he is absolutely adorable.

But no dog has ever needed a collar like that more.

3 comments on “Even dog behavior has consequences
  1. Diana Strinati Baur says:

    oh come on he does not bark too much, i don’t believe it for a second. Uh-uh-uh. nope. He barks just enough. You can just see that in his face.

  2. The look on his face says everything, doesn’t it? He is lying beside me on the bed right now and when I moved, he looked at me accusingly–“you’re disturbing me!”

    He is a piece of work. Wish we could bring him to meet Max!

  3. TJ says:

    The look on his face makes me laugh – like a kid up to something. Even so, he’s adorable.

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