Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Hi Quaggy, bye Quaggy

For about 24 hours we had a dog, then eh was hit by a car sliding an the icy roads, and so now we are back to not having a dog. O.K., that isn't really what happened, we decided that it wasn't the right dog for us. It was a nice dog, and for the most part Jonah got along with the dog. And the dog liked Jonah so much that he despite his castration (the dogs) he still tried humping Jonah a few times (honest)

We decided that we still want a dog, if anything Nat said this made her want one even more, So we are still on the lookout. Officially we are going to wait till Springtime, but if Nat sees one that she likes, we'll take it.

Watching Jonah with the dog was interesting. Initially when the dog first came by, he would sit on either mine or Nat's lap, and smile at the dog and say dogie. But when the dog would get close, he would get scared and we would send the dog away.

Later he would get off my lap and run to Nat or vice verse as quickly as he could, trying to get to us before the dog got to him, never knew he was so fast. Finally I put him on the floor by his toys, and he started tossing his toys one by one at the dog. The dog started chasing his toys, and Jonah thought it was really funny.

Then he got ballsy, if the dog would get in his face he would try and slap the dog in the face, of course this didn't make the dog happy and he ate the boy. So we had to choose between Jonah and the dog, and we had the boy for longer, so we chose against the dog.

4 Comments:

At 10:55 AM, Blogger Krunk said...

And you realized that Jonah can and will do more work for you than the dog.

 
At 12:19 PM, Blogger O's fan said...

Yeah, but think about the tuition savings with that dog.

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger Marc Lerman said...

you should check out shelters for an older dog - their better around people than puppies

 
At 6:26 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

marc, actually, puppies are better when you have a young kid in the house. It gives the dog the ability to grow up with the kid, which is very important.
-OC

 

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