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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by 24 track, Sep 20, 2020.
I'd give him a fish .
Yikes that's a huge bear
Seems friendly enough, but that would make me way too nervous!
I got nuthin'!
Buy him a teddy bear?
I'd feed him a nice animal psychiatrist.
For the win!
I'd keep my distance, for sure.
Give him whatever the heck he wants!
Honey, and lots of it!
Whatever the hell he wants before they're ID'ing my corpse by pulling my wallet out of a pile of bear crap.
I'd get him a pickinick basket.
Hey, Boo Boo!
The bear looks tired...
Needs a beer ... and a nap ...
No bears allowed on the couch ...
Couches are spendy, and take time to replace...
Dang that is a huge animal.
My pet, a 16 week old Weaten never has a bad day. She has days when she’s “bad”. She has her share of “accidents”. She picks up sticks and other things on her walks. Weatens aren’t easy to train. And she does surprising things that seem to come out of nowhere. Last night she jumped up on a chair with one of her toys, a stuffed unicorn and pulled a blanket down from the chair back, scrunched it into a nest, dropped the unicorn into it, and pulled the blanket half way over the unicorn. Where does this stuff come from?