June 4, 2011
I think I'll try that!
The butt thing,
not the Starburst.
Oh, and the tall guy said that if you have a dog or cat treat recipeto please send it to him at email@example.comHe's ready to start working on the cookbook!
If you've already sent in a recipe and have more,he'll be glad to include those too!Thank you!
Jack the innovator !ReplyDelete
So glad you don't follow the crowd, Jack.ReplyDelete
At the least those puppy poots would be outside the car and not in the car!ReplyDelete
I agree with Sam! Thats probably why he is doing that! BOLReplyDelete
LOL Jack and TG that video reminds me of a game we played on car trips with I was a child....ReplyDelete
my Dad called it 'freeze out'. I won't even tell you the particulars...just use your vivid imagination.
BOL Jack, that commercial is too funny!ReplyDelete
Don't know how that dog could stand like that in a driving car!
I prefer my head out the window instead, though I'm sure there are times mom and dad wished my other end was facing the window! ROFL
Why not! Who says you always have to stick your head out...haReplyDelete
Looks like you march to the beat of your own drummer?? BOL
Hi Jack!! Looks like things are as groovy as usual over here! You are always finding amazing fun things to do!ReplyDelete
Thanks for that smile, I needed it!ReplyDelete
Do you need more photos to go w/ recipe?
Hope you had a wonderful trip, but the next time you get too hot in AZ, try adjusting the AC...I'm just speaking on Jack's behalf!
Kisses and hugs
Its called mooning, BOLReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Woof! Woof! GOLDEN Laughs on the video. Hope TG is enjoying his vacay time. Mmmm Did you know that he went to another country? We got your book back n going to have a photo shoot. I know you like watermelon - mom made a popsicle recipe will post it soon. Lots of Golden Woofs, SugarReplyDelete
I'm not sayin' you gotta big butt or nuthin', it's just that I know mine wouldn't fit outta the window. Besides, too many smells whizzin' by that you would miss!ReplyDelete
Woofs and whizzin' by slobbers,