Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Woofie Wednesday!


Tom: Woofs Everyone, Tommy here! A couple of days ago, whilst on our late afternoon walk, #1 saw me rolling in the field some distance from where she stood. She told me to stop, and then we went home. Once we were inside, she noticed that (1) I was looking rather browner than usual and (b) there was something of an aroma about me. She tried to deal with the issue with the spray-on waterless shampoo but to no avail. So, this is what followed:


Yes! The Dirty Beastie shampoo came out and I was shampooed thoroughly. Mercifully, that was followed by this:


Just to show I don't hold grudges, I gave #1 my best smile yesterday:


And my best flying ears too!


Sorry it's a bit blurry. Action shot, you know...

19 comments:

  1. Tommy, all I can say is I am glad I was not you!

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  2. Well a bath wouldn't be too bad if it wasn't for the water!

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  3. Please excuse us if we hold our noses Tommy.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  4. Tommy you are equally as handsome both before and after your bath!

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  5. We are often dirty beasts as well Tommy ... so we feel for you! Ahhhhhh...the dreaded tub! ;p

    Issa and Duffy XO

    and the critters in the cottage xo

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  6. They will never understand Tommy
    Lily

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  7. Ah Tommy, I fink I told #1 that when mom had Jack, a red hunting woofie, he used to go up to the pastures not too far from her home, and roll in the cow pies. WHEW!!!

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  8. Vive ... les chats !
    Tommy tu es bien un chien toi. Quand on fait des bêtises après il faut assumer !
    Ca me rappelle la demoiselle La√Įka qui appartenait √† mes parents. C'√©tait sa sp√©cialit√© √† chaque we. Les retours en voiture vers Paris .... beurk. Arriv√©e √† l'appart c'√©tait baignoire et c'est moi qui √©tait de "corv√©e".
    Bonne soirée.
    Nat à Chat

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  9. BOL - our first Golden was very astute about finding the absolutely smelliest thing possible and rolling in it before we had a clue what was going on.

    Monty and Harlow

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  10. well there is another reason to avoid the "great" outdoors... :) but we know you have fun out there Tommy!!

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  11. We have sometimes a kind of country smell, but not to a point when a bath is needed. Purrs

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  12. Like Sparkle, we are glad it was you having that bath ;)
    We do love those flying ears :)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure,JJ
    and Angels Tiger and Tillie

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  13. Sorry you had to endure the dreaded bath! It was nice of you though to not hold a grudge.

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  14. Did you find some stinky poop to roll in? Cats are supposed to hate getting dirty, but Eric had a thing about pheasant poop and used to rub his face in it.

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  15. did you get into what mum calls manure?

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  16. My poor hairy slobbery sister Bob has been getting LOTS of baths lately, not from what she has rolled in, but because it is so furry wet and muddy. Yous is MUCH better in the bath than she is!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  17. Oh Tommy, I bet you are so soft and smelll so gooood! There could be extra treats for you!!!
    And you did give her your very best smile! Sweetie that you are!
    Love,
    Lily, WA, USA

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  18. What a good dog you are, Tommy. So patient and sweet with your bathing. You've got to be the best dog in the whole world. We wish those flying ears would fly you right into our arms. Hugs and kisses.

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  19. Don't you like bath's , Tommy ?!
    I thought all woffies liked that !
    XOXO

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