Friday, September 22, 2006

Okay, that's SERIOUSLY the last straw... (or rather, last pair of panties)

I hope the ASPCA isn't reading this because I'm about to kill my dog...

He eats my goddamn underwear!! Panties, bras, all of them. GRRR... I mean, I know they're hot. And Eric says I'm tasty ;) , but there has GOT to be a way to curb this.

I don't have the money to keep replenishing this snack for him. Give me a break!!

14 comments:

Sister Mary Lisa said...

LOL, La, yet another thing we have in common. My stupid dachsund eats mine and my daughters' undies, but leaves the boys' totally alone. Makes sense, I guess. He won't eat bras tho. I've had to totally get into the habit of putting them on the COUNTER when I shower, vs. on the floor, because if someone lets Chewie in (apropriate name, huh?!) he'll eat them. Or at least the crotch out of them. Stupid dog.

ISH.

The last time he did this, I went to Target in disgust (I was practically out of undies) and they no longer carry my favorite brand of underwear. So I'm doubly pissed.

Incidentally, is your dog male too? Wonder if there's a connection to male dogs eating female undies and vice versa?

Sister Mary Lisa said...

I absolutely can't believe I'm writing about my dog eating my underwear out. Shaking my head while lovin' every minute of it!

La said...

Well, Lisa, I find comfort that I'm not alone. I think our dog gets them out of the laundry baskets. *rolling eyes* I pay good money for my nether clothes, and it really just pisses me off...

This time, he (yes he's a male) got to my gray hipster briefs. Not the cutest pair, but highly comfy. I think they are repairable.

I'm gonna have a beer about this.

Rebecca said...

Kill the dog.

Just one of many said...

Did he like to eat your garmies too??? Just wondering. ;) Damn Dog!!

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Don't kill him, just love his little self. He can't help that you're tasty.

:)

Arizona Expositor said...

Well another post in outer blogness about underwear/garments.

Hmmm, if you were still LDS I bet he didn't eat your garments. You see just another faith promoting story for the TBM lukers out there.

Of course I bet Eric didn't eat-up the garments either. Oh well you win some and you lose some.

Bishop Rick said...

OK, I'll make this brief...couldn't resist.

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The Sinister Porpoise said...

Why in the world would a dog eat underwear?

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Sinister Porpoise, take one guess. They're yummy, obviously!

Eeeeeww.

Kita Kazoo said...

Cute blog post...

I have a female mini-pin who only eats girl undies, (does it mean she's gay?)I got so tired of buying new ones, I learned to live without them.

Kita
Love, Luck & Laughter
Nut Job Jen

Eight Hour Lunch said...

I had a lab growing up that would eat socks. Swallowed them whole. We only knew becuase we caught him horking them up in the back yard. He ate a belt, too. Which we caught him horking up in the back yard.

We got him an insulated dog house and he became an outdoor dog. You could do that, or maybe lace the underwear in question with something like cinnamon or tobasco. If he has an unpleasant enough experience, I bet he'll learn.

Sister Mary Lisa said...

I just had an epiphany!!!

Reincarnation is for real. Our dogs were once human, and had a real desire for female, ummm, PARTS. They are now living their lives as dogs. They cannot help themselves, as this behavior has followed them throughout all their lives, male or female...

Bull said...

Hmmm. Possible solutions? Stop leaving them where the dog can get them? Don't give the dog the run of the house?

Our golden retriever loves footwear. Socks, sandals, shoes, etc. regularly go missing or are found in the back yard. It's not a problem for me because I generally put my shoes away and put my socks in the hamper. My children are another story, especially my oldest and youngest.

Our german shepherd has a different disgusting habit. He likes to eat cat litter. Not the clean stuff mind you. He likes the chocolately surprises in there. We have a gate at the base of our stairs to keep him and his explosion of constantly shedding fur off the carpet and away from the cat and cat litter.