Thursday, March 04, 2010

Washed Up



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45 comments:

  1. One or two of Mom's other Sibes would pawmit that BUT this Sibe: NO WAY! The Dyson khreature khan't get khlose to me!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra & Khousin Merdie
    PeeEssWoo: Of khourse, Merdie doesn't mind...

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  2. Only muscle moving, was in the eyelids. Amazing!

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  3. Aren't you afraid it's going to suck out all your hair?

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  4. I can't believe what I saw in that video!
    As soon as I heard that noise... I went to hide under my bed!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  5. Wow Nigel, we are impressed that you are letting that loud scary monster attack you like that. Luna usually bolts for the door when she knows it's coming out of its hiding place!

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  6. Tamale and Omo let me do that. Preventative. Now I have a 3-legged spaz of a grey who fears this machine. The wily bastard can do moves with just three legs that keep me just out of reach. I'll win this battle. Oh yes, I will win.

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  7. Im thinking you may have done this once or twice

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  8. How many Bugweisers did you have to consume before calming your nerves enough to allow that?!

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  9. We can not believe it, we scatter when the monster comes out before its even switched on. Although we have had the odd dog that attacks the monster.

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  10. Whatever you're hiding must be pretty good if even Dyson couldn't move you!

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  11. Hi
    I am Jazzi, a scottie. Nice to meet you. Now that was funny and you lay there so still. You werent afraid to get sucked up? I bark at that ole machine which usually gets me sent to my bed.

    But this way, you dont end up looking like a drenched rat like I do,lol Good job!!

    wags
    Jazzi

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  12. Yes, but what about the other side?

    Actually we were very impressed cos neither of us can be in the same room when the hoover is on. This is actually progress as Martha couldn't even be in the house without peeing the carpets!!!
    xxx

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  13. Oh my Dog Nigel Buggers, you have the life of Riley!
    That's what we call dog grooming, haha.

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  14. I can't believe you have your own personal masseuse! Does she do house calls? My legs are a bit sore. You sure look comfy.

    Suka

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  15. Wow, Nigel, that sucks. No really - it does.

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  16. And with a little luck, next time he'll be laying on his OTHER side, so you can finish the job!

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  17. That was kind of rude. I think that you were just playing it cool and hoping she would stop. Please don't give my DOH any ideas.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  18. Ah, that what we call dry clean. You really didn't mind the noise of that vacuum monster.
    Gosh, I've been absent too long, I'm bad but I'm back!
    I miss you so much, I want to promise that I visit your blog at least once a week and blog more frequently.
    I'll come back to see you soon.
    (You don't notice that I have been out a long while, do you? (choking back tears! sob sob!)
    Love ya lots!

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  19. Nigel, have you been laying there so long you gathered dust? LOL Seriously though, Dixie LOVES to be vacuumed. Gracie has not discovered that it can be a good thing yet. :)

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  20. Holy smokes! If a bomb went off he wouldn't flinch! Was that like the Suck-O-Matic on Wayne's World?

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  21. That's one very calm critter. Of course maybe he prefers the vacuum to soap and water.

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  22. Oh yes!! The Dawgie Dry Cleaner!!

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  23. typical--giant hounds can't be bothered to move---hehehehe

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  24. That was amazing! I wish we could do that here!!!

    The Duchess

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  25. Nigel is such a good boy! None of my greys would ever allow that in a million years!!! I have one that barks at the vacuum and two that run and hide like it's going to swallow them whole!

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  26. Nigel, that is SCARY!!!! I think I would prefer a water bath than even have that monster anywhere NEAR me!!

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  27. When in doubt... go straight to the source!

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  28. Oh heck no. 4 of my 5 went crazy just hearing the sound coming from my computer.

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  29. Now that looks much more pleasant than the water thing my two-legger puts me into!

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  30. Oh my dog! the epitome of lazy!
    Nige, a word of caution: if you see the flowbie, do that other thing that greyhounds do best: RUN!

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  31. ha ha! Marvin kinda likes the Dyson Beast, but he is not keen on it going over his fur I have to say!!

    Jeannie x

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  32. Saawwweeeet! Talk about multi-taskin'. Mom used to be able to do that with our foster Pug, El Guapo. It was pretty nice since we like to spread the Pug love with our hairs all over the house.

    Stella, Gunther and Betty

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  33. We're very impressed Nigel! Vacuums and us pups at Dog Woods aren't exactly on the friendliest of terms. Infact we find vacuums scary ...

    The Dog Woods Pack

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  34. BOL that dog didn't move! I'm going to ask my Linguini to see if she likes the noisy alternative to water. She hates her baths.
    Twink!

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  35. Oh my word!!! That is one calm, laid back puppy.
    Maid will not even stay in the same room with the sucking monster.
    Madi and Mom

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  36. Anonymous4:52 PM

    Just have to give the boy a Klonopin and a big glass of merlot and NOTHING bothers him! Bless your calm, laid back heart.

    the western SC gang

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  37. OMD GUYS!!!!!!!
    We can't believe what we saw!!!!!!
    you're our heroooooo!!!!!
    We're sooooooooooooooo scared when we see the sucking monster in Mommy's hands!!!!!
    And you didn't move one fur!!!!!!!
    WOWOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
    You're the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Yes guys...we're back and we missed you tons!!!!!
    are you all ok???Seems yes!!!!
    ;-))))))))
    No no pals.....we haven't house in Tuscany.....it is of one of our best friend....but we can go there evrytime we want!!!!
    yes...we're very very lucky!!!!!!!!!!!!
    And he told me if you want come here and visit us and Tuscany you'll be our special guest!!!!!!
    Take care!!
    WE LOVE YOUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!
    Sweet kisses and licks!!!!!!!!!

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  38. oh. my. word.
    nigel, you can have my mama's vacuum, too, if you want. i hate that evil thingie!!!
    *woof*
    the booker man

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  39. My dog would be outta here, never to return if I attempted that :) It took the first 2 years of her life for her to be willing to stay in the same room with a vacuum that was turned OFF!

    OMD!

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  40. That's cool. Can you please teach Eva how to stay still and let me do this to her?

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  41. Nigel - you are something else. We don't like the vacuum at all - we have that mean purple machine here. But we never stick around long enough for Mom to ever get near us with it.

    Woos, Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  42. Hehe Nigel....I always know what Blog to go to when i need a smile!!

    Our dogs hate the hoover, as soon as it comes out the cupboard the all head outside. Yeah, even Jasper!! :o)

    X

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  43. I would be attacking the hoover....BOL! <3

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  44. That is funny! Holly would be attacking the vacuum cleaner or running through the house barking help me!!! Debbie and Hollydog

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