So I bet you don't have any of these at your dog park:
Oops. That was a Great Dane. Not a horse.
*shrug* same thing.
And do you know what horses are to Mr. Woo? They are GREAT BIG BUNNY RABBITS WITH HARD FEET. Especially when they run. Have you any idea how difficult it was to take this photograph while pinning Wootie to the ground with my knees??
But fortunately, I possess the Power Of Pork Liver. ZOMG! A recall on Mr. Woo?! Off of a GREAT BIG BUNNY RABBIT WITH HARD FEET? Is it possible?
*feels very smug*
Now to get him to stop freaking out about the pug at the end of the block. The pug resides behind a fence, and we must pass it to reach the park. The pug says terrible nasty things to my dogs when we pass. At first, my dogs simply gave the pug the hairy eyeball, but recently Wootie has decided to accept the challenge, and respond in kind. He barkscreams and throws himself around like a fish at the end of the leash, and it's just getting downright embarassing.
Shut up. You luuuuuv me.
Did I mention that Miss Mad Teeth (tm) herself is scared of the pug? So while I wrestle with Wootie the Blowfish in one hand, I have Piper walking sideways at the end of her tether out in the road as far away from pug as possible.
It's getting so bad that he starts barkscreaming while we are still AT the park, in anticipation of passing the pug. I'm thinking of going all the way around the block - The Pug Bypass - to avoid it altogether. Got a better idea? I'm all ears.
Did you just tell the world I'm scared of a pug?
Shall we kneecap her for that?
Yes, let's. Jolly good.
Well then. Food Lady, prepare to die.