Friday, January 25, 2008

No More Human Puppies

I had the human woman spayed. I had to, she kept getting out of the house and running around. Who knows who she was meeting up with, and frankly she's not the best breeding stock there is. With all the aches and pains and ingrown toenails the human man complains about, and her never ending issues, I felt it was best for mankind to just have her fixed and make her a pet quality human.

I doubt if she would ever be show material, she just doesn't have the patience to sit in the ring and I know she'd cop a tude when the judges would look at her, she just can't keep her mouth shut or sit still, always up and doing something.

As soon as she heals up I'm thinking of taking her in for obedience or maybe some agility training, although she is very klutzy and will probably fall off the teeter totter thing. It could be that she's just worth keeping around the house and waiting on me hand and foot.

Guess that's what I'll do with her.



Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Oh well - sometimes things like that are fur the best -

Maybe you khan help khlaw out her stitches when it is time -

Wags & Wuv,

PeeEss: don't be TOOOO hard on her fur a few days - she needs some extra MeeskaLovingKhare!

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I think you made a wise decision. Every dog needs a pet quality human. I bet your mom could beat my mom in agility because my mom can't even not fall down on flat ground.


PS. I hope you have a cone on your mom. Try to put her food in a position that she can't really get to it because of the cone.

PPS. Seriously, I hope your mom is feeling okay.


it's me Mona

me wants you to come on ovwr & tell me what breed is Copper.

Bet ya can't guess!!

The Brat Pack said...

Good choice, there are too many humans as it is. We do hope she's feeling back to her old self soon so she can properly cater to you.


cyber-sibes said...

I had my human spayed a couple years ago too. She's so much more manageable, and doesn't have those awful mood swings anymore. She used to be so unpredictable!
Khyra had a good suggestion to claw her stitches out... unless they used those ones that dissolve. Maybe you can still claw her & claim you didn't know.

Wooos & a-rooos,
Star (the Birthday Girl),
& Jack-a-roo

PS - We really do hope woo feel better soon, Meeshka's human woman. : )
That's a great cartoon!

Holly said...

Was she just clipped, or was it totally removed? My human woman had hers totally removed and she is soooooo happy not to deal with the monthly problems she use to have!!! She is much happier now, and so is dad!

A good pet quality human is always best!


Bama said...

Starr & Ice had our humom fixed years ago, thank dog we didn't have ot put up with that, now she can serve us 24/7 with no excuses about "I don't feel good"
Please don't be too hard on her your highness, you want her to heal as fast as possible so she can get back to her important duties, caring for YOU.
(thank you for the liquids warning, we hate it when the humom spits stuff all over our screen.
Hope your human woman feels better soon.
Bama & the RHP

The Army of Four said...

Glad our mom read your warning about putting her coffee down; our computer would have been TRASHED! Ha roo roo roo! Great illustration! How long will she have to wear the lampshade?
Tell your mom we said "HEEL!" :)
Tail wags,

Kathryn and Ari said...

Oh, Meeshka! Don't tell me you've given into canine eugenics. I hope you're treating your human as nicely as you can (vicodin? did someone say vicodin?) and giving her lots of love.

I love the agility idea, and I say that as the world's clumsiest human who has tripped over many a hanging tire and teeter totter. I have a friend who takes her dog to a very strict agility school: whenever a dog misses an element, the human has to do it herself. You've never thought about how long a tunnel can be or high steep an A-frame seems until you've seen it on your hands and knees.

The Daily Echo said...

There's something to be said for that spay/neuter theory. Population control is necessary. It's so nice of you to loan your E-collar to Mom! Try to be nice to her until she's back to her old self.