We have a special treat for you today – a guest post! We’re participating in a post exchange with our pal Emerald from The Blab Labs. Go visit The Blab Labs to read our post and check out Emerald’s wonderful blog! Take it away, furry friend…
First, I would like to say thank you to Pup Fan for allowing me the honor of being a guest on this blog.
Second, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Emerald. I’m a–wait, if you want to know about me, you can visit my blog, http://www.theblablabs.com/. Right now I’m here to write a guest post about my most recent concern…
My pawrents have been exhibiting strange behaviour with their toys and I’m a little worried. We have two shiny things in the house that are turning my mom into a nutcase. Every now and then both of those things start making weird noisy sounds until mom dashes across the house to grab one of them. Its like she is fetching something but once she gets there, she gets all excited and makes a big fuss about nothing. I just don’t get it.
I try to stop her every time (I’d like to be credited as the dog that keeps my mom sane) by jumping on her, tackling her, or nudging the thing out of her hand but she insists on holding it on her head. She only pauses her crazy act to force me to lie down and stay before she ignores me and acts weird again.
It doesn’t stop there. I am a good dog and of-course I lie down quietly for a while. I look at her intently, because although she has this crazy-person-blank-stare, I’m hoping she’ll let me get up soon. I know for sure she is going insane because when she finally says, “OK” to me and I get up to knock the thing out of her hand again (I SWEAR she said “OK”), she acts super annoyed and makes me sit again! Its like she can’t make up her mind whether she needs help or not.
“Sit. stay, Emerald.”… “OK.”
“No! Sit stay, Emerald.”… “OK.”
Eventually she puts the thing down and acts as though nothing even happened. Its so random. This weird habit has been repeating itself more and more frequently. The only thing that has changed is that she is giving me less “OK’s” to help her out.
Should I be worried? Do your humans have similar issues or are mine just crazy?