Friday, July 22, 2011

Mommy and the scary dog hair sucking machine

Last night Bailey went to dog school at Miss Sherri's school for dogs, were you can romp and pee on the floor and have a great time with your friends.

Boo. I didn't get to go.

When Bailey's class is done, Mommy stays to help Miss Sherri in her other classes. So Bailey had to get locked in the dog jail room because she was barking and jumping and being naughty while the other dogs were having their class.

After classes were done, Bailey got let out of dog jail while Mommy helped Miss Sherri close up. And guess what? Bailey said that Mommy was using some kind of scary machine that made a lot of noise and rolled around on wheels and made the dog hair on the floor disappear!

Bailey said she was scared that the machine might try to eat Mommy up, so she barked at it and tried to bite the wheels and save Mommy.

Scout said that what Mommy was doing was called vacuuming. Oh! Me and Bailey have never seen that before. Scout said that once upon a time, Mommy used to use the giant sucking machine to make dog hair and dirt go away. But he heard her say that she just gave up and she put the giant sucking machine in the basement. Now she just uses a broom and moves the dirt around.

We don't think Daddy believes that Mommy actually vacuums at dog school. But Bailey saw it, so it must be true!


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Angie said...

I call that thing the carpet monster! I just run an hide from it. Luckily it doesn't comes out of its lair often!

Hanna at Dog Products said...

When it comes to vacuuming and vacuum cleaners, my 2 little Shih Tzu boys are each funny in a totally different way.

It all start out by me taking the upright vacuum cleaner out of the utility closet and turning it on. One of my dogs immediately scampers away with his bushy tail between his short stubby legs while the other one hops on for a ride.

Seeing that he’s not followed into hiding, the Fearful one turns around and starts barking cautionary orders to the one riding along. And then Rider barks back to tell Fearful that there is nothing to be scared about.

This barking back and forth continues the entire time I’m cleaning my floors and as you might imagine, the noise of the machine combined with the noise of the canines results in a massive headache.

And that is my excuse for tolerating dirty floors.

Bandit said...

A clean house is overrated. That's what Mommy says, anyway.

Love BANDIT!!!!!