How to Stuff a 5 lb Dog Into a 15 lb. Bag

Obviously not very tough when it’s a dog food bag. Sofi decided she would do the equivalent of dumpster diving and get whatever crummy remnants remained.

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How to Stuff a 5 lb Dog Into a 15 lb. Bag — 10 Comments

  1. Too funny. On a more serious note, I read on another blog that a few puppies were dying because they were suffocating in open Cheez-it boxes and potato chip bags that were lying around the house. I don’t know if it’s bs or not but that seems like a morbid thing to lie about. I do know that a friend of mine rescued a dog’s head from a glass jar! It surely would have died if she wasn’t there.

    I’m sorry to bring up this terrible thought, especially on this vid, but I figure I’d help get the word out, which is don’t leave empty bags, boxes, or jars lying around for your pets while unattended. Again sorry for the weird comment, but it’s one of those things I’ve been telling all dog owners that I see. I just hate to imagine the terror those little guys went through.

    Hold on…just found a link.

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  2. Awww, how cute! Sophie is just kickin’ into high gear on stayin’ a step ahead of our current economic situation. You’ve taught her well regarding “waste not, want not”. 🙂

  3. @Bodacious: yesterday she was freaking out because our outdoor fan tipped over. I never thought I’d like a small dog because I didn’t think they would act like a “real” dog. She more real dog than our shit zoo.