Saturday, March 17, 2012


If you know me then you know that one of my bad habits (I don't have many) is counter surfing.

Just the other night Mama was getting really worried about me cuz I kept chuffing( a cough/burp/choking thing),  and acting strange.  She said I was acting all sheepish like I was in trouble but maybe it was just because I was feeling bad.  She was getting ready to take me into the emergency late night Vet clinic ( it is midnight),  when she discovered an 8 oz. chunk of cheese missing off the kitchen counter. 

She took me into the kitchen and pointed at the counter and asked me what happened to the cheese.

What could I say...I looked her in the eye and let out a big BURP!  Enough said.

Once the cat (or cheese) was out of the bag, I began to feel better even though I was in deep doodoo with mama.



  1. These things happen, so I'm sure your Mom understood...I just hope you don't have to wake her up in the middle of the night to remind her about what happens when these things happen.....

  2. A bit naughty, Ryker!!!

    Hope you're feeling better now.

  3. ooohh ryker you little rascal, wonder what your poo was like later on, he he he xxx

  4. Hope all ended well:) On the good side (maybe?), cheese is supposed to be constipating!

  5. Uh, oh, Ryker. Our Toby was a counter-surfer too and Mom tells me it was amazing what would show up in the yard.....

  6. Ryker pal! I didn't know you were a surfer dude! Kowabunga! :D Oh yeah me too butt I try to resist most days. Butt if Mom leaves something hanging over the edge? MINE! :D You really scored! A whole package of extra sharp cheddar! One of my favs! NOMMERS! :D Bet your Mom was only mad at ya fur a second ;)

    Waggin at ya,

  7. You sounds like my brother Bokeh. He is so bad about counter surfing they had to put a baby gate in the opening between the kitchen and living room LOL

  8. Hey, Ryker! You surely are one handsome dog.

    Remind your mom that the Doggie Code is explicit: if the hu-apes leave something where we can reach it or can figure out how to get to it, it's entirely their fault. Unless you actually clawed your way through a barrier like a door or gate to get to the cheese; then the Code allows for joint liability.

    The treat jar your mom made for you is very nice!

    Jed & Abby


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