Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Respect Your Elders

It's very important to respect your elders. Take me, for instance. There is a sweet older Golden Retriever/Lab mix in my day care named Sadie. She is very sweet. She was embarassed today because she piddled in the middle of the day camp room and there were a lot of young dogs around that might not understand, since all of us young dogs pee on the sides of the room, or on the playhouse or the car.
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But I took pity on Sadie and made her feel better. I would have piddled in the middle of the room too, except the day camp counselor was coming with the mop. Kind of like that scene in Billy Madison, where Billy splashes water on his pants to make the kid who peed his pants feel better, and then says "It's cool to wet your pants!" and all of the kids start peeing in their pants.


  1. Hi Indypindy,
    So glad you checked out my blog,
    Thanks so much for the warm welcome, Puppy kisses, Sooky

  2. Indy, you're such a nice doggie. I'm sure Sadie feels much better now. :)

    ~ fufu

  3. Wow Indy, you are a GREAT dog! How nice of you to consider piddling on the floor to make Sadie feel better! Not just "any" dog would've thought to do such a thing!
    Proud Face Licks, M&M

  4. That was VERY sweet of you, Indy!
    We linked to your cool video with the box today! Ha roo!
    Tail wags,

  5. That was very thoughtful of you Indy!


  6. Poor Sadie looks very embarrassed. You were sweet to comfort her.

  7. Aw, Sadie... it's okay. We all have piddle accidents once in a while.

    Indy, how nice of you to offer a piddle of your own!