Last week you saw how my foster bro goes a little crazy sometimes after his bath. Well did you know that I’ve been known to let loose every once in a while too? Probably not, since I’m usually so refined.
But every so often, I just go nuts. I usually try to do it when nobody is around, because honestly it’s a little embarrassing showing my wild side like this. But last week, momma caught me…
I mean, it’s a lot of responsibility being such a wonderful foster brother, I can’t be expected to hold it together all the time, now can I?
Oscar’s foster brother, Cooper, is available for adoption! If you’d like to add Cooper to your family, please fill out an adoption application with Agape Animal Rescue.
…and don’t forget to VOTE for COOPER!
Cooper is such a champ in the bath tub. He doesn’t love it, but he takes it like a man and let’s us do our thing.
But when it’s over, this happens:
Happy Friday everyone!
If you’re interested in adding Cooper to your family, please fill out an adoption application with Agape Animal Rescue.
…and don’t forget to VOTE for COOPER!
I’m pretty sure that if Cooper somehow managed to fall asleep outside in the rain, he would drown.
This wouldn’t have been nearly as funny if he hadn’t heard the camera, turned to look at me, then go back to snoozing in this position. This dog, I swear…even in his sleep, he’s a comedian!
PS. The polls are open…don’t forget to Vote for Cooper in Agape Animals Rescue’s first ever Democracy for Dogs campaign!
Cooper is still looking for his furever family. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be Cooper’s People, please fill out an application with Agape Animal Rescue.
You guys were so creative and I had so much fun reading you comments on last week’s “Caption This” post, I just had to do it again!
I was looking through old pictures for another fun one, and I found this gem that we took last fall. This is Oscar playing in our friend’s backyard with our first Agape foster pup, Tucker.
I had almost forgotten how much fun these two used to have together. So now it’s your turn: what do you think they’re saying? Leave your comments below, and we’ll share our favorite(s) Monday on our Facebook page.
Tucker has found his furever, but Cooper is still looking for his! If you’ve got enough love for the Coop, please fill out an adoption application with Agape Animal Rescue.
As it has been previously determined, Cooper is Pig, and Roxie is Piglet. Not to be outdone, over the weekend Oscar reminded us that he will always be King Pig.
We discovered a new dog park over the weekend, and what it lacked in engineering foresight (ahem, horrible drainage planning) it made up for in pure unadulterated joy.
Three dogs + one muddy dog park + one beautiful sunny day = bliss.
Seriously, I have never seen three happier dogs in my life. This was our second trip to the dog park in two days, and if I thought they had fun the day before…man, it was nothing compared to this. We hit the gate and it was like the previous day’s exhaustion had never happened, they were off to the races. These were “zoomies” on a whole different level – these were Mud Zoomies.
So needless to say, it was Bath Night again, just four days after the last time. And again, the Sirius Republic collars got a thorough cleaning, this time with a good old-fashioned hand-scrubbing with dish soap. But man, oh man, it was so worth it!
If you’re interested in providing a Furever Home to Pig or Piglet (sorry, King Pig is taken), please contact Agape Animal Rescue.
I admit, I’ve had a little trouble finding inspiration for thoughtful, insightful, interesting blog posts lately. So while I search for it, here is a picture of Cooper being hilarious:
Yep, he’s sleeping like that.
If you want to laugh at Cooper all the live long day, please contact Agape Animal Rescue for inforamtion on adoption.
I believe I had mentioned in the past something about Tucker not chewing anything with his vicious chompers that was not a sanctioned canine toy. Well Tucker has been doing so amazingly awesome that we’ve started experimenting leaving him out of his crate for short periods while we’re out of the house. something tells me we may have moved to quickly to that step…
Well, we tried. Looks like it’s back to the crate for you, Sir Tucker!
To adopt the Chompers of Destruction, hide your valuables and fill out an application at Agape Animal Rescue.