Saturday, June 14, 2008

Is it possible...

...to pull your back out, pop your kneecap and suffer a head injury all in a matter of 3 seconds???

Try giving this guy a bath and find out for yourself.

Don't let that sweet, innocent face fool you. Once he enters the bathroom of doom he instantly becomes the Tasmanian Devil Dog. The only thing that would be worse would be attempting to bathe Chumley. For sure I'd lose an eye.

I am bruised and battered and now need a bath myself.

12 comments:

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Oh, but look how Fluffy & Fresh he looks!

And I'm sure he smells wonderful.

What a Good Boy. :-)

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Chloe, our Black Lab (may she rest in peace) was the same way. She would cling to the doorjamb with her paws as though TORTURE awaited her. So funny, those pups.

I bought a kiddie pool for Diva, for the backyard. We'll be putting her in there for bath-time and swim-time. It will be lots of fun. :-)

Maggie said...

Kiddie pool is a good idea, although I'm reminded of when my dog was a puppy. I brought my dog over to a friends house who had a bunch of puppies too, they were all playing in a kiddie pool. Brier got in and pee'd. Party's over, everybody out.

Mindy said...

I love the bath stories. The video is so funny you posted before. Wrigs get so mean! He still looks pissed in the 2nd picture.

Justin said...

Ha! I can just picture it! You should see the real Tasmanian Devil (I'm from there) - they are not nearly as cute as Wrigs...

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Oh, I must see the video of Wrigs in the tub.... I'll have to go search for it on YouTube. :-)

Smileygirl said...

Ok not to sound like a total moron but there are such things as REAL tasmanian devils??? I thought that was just a made up cartoon character. I guess I should have asked the Google before I just typed that sentence. Ok nevermind.

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Yes, the "real" Tasmanian Devil is a badger-like creature.

The cartoon variety is really much more exciting. :-)

Justin said...

Yep - they are real. They are black though with a little white bit on their behinds. I witnessed one in action once - it nearly took a little boys finger off. They make a screeching/growling sound and fight with each other alot. So they are more like a badger on crack with razor sharp teeth...

Anonymous said...

Oh my! It sounds just like Chumley!!!

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

LOL.... I thought the same thing!
Chumley is "channeling" his inner Tasmanian Devil!

Karyn said...

This is the cutest pic of Wrigles EVER!