Does anyone know if Weight Watchers will allow a basset to join? The vetman told me that I needed to lose weight. I don’t think that’s very nice to tell that to a sweet houndette like me. If he insults me like that again, I might just stump on his foot. Honestly I have lost some weight. I’ve lost about 10 pounds since GABR rescued me from the shelter.
My foster family started giving me green beans with my kibble. I was really excited when they mentioned it. I was thinking yummy green bean casserole. Instead I got just green beans – no cream of mushroom soup, no cheese and no crunchy onions. My bowl contained green beans with my kibble. Honestly do I look like a rabbit?!
I’ve been hanging out at my foster home due to a urinary tract infection. Oh don’t worry. I’m getting that under control. If you think that I piddle in the house, think again. I am housetrained. I’m also sofa-trained too. I like to snooze on the sofa next to my foster auntie. I’ll confess – sometimes I stretch out when she gets up. Just don’t tell her that – that will be our little secret.
I have been exercising some. I like to play with the other dogs in my foster home. I especially like to race the other dogs to the sofa. Walks? I love them as long as they are to the car and not through the neighborhood. I told my foster family that I’ll take walks willingly when the weather is nice. If it’s cold outside, I’m not walking. I’m a basset not a husky. Besides if bassets were meant to take long walks, we would have longer legs.
My foster family claims that I have a little bit of a drama queen in me. Wrong! Just because I complain when they try to cut my nails or clean my ears doesn’t make me a drama queen. I figure if I complain and carry on people will offer me a cookie to shut up. During my five years on this earth, I have learned a few ways to get people to do what I want