Actually he was blowing air into the end with his nose. He did this for a good 10 minutes. My little genius dog.
Anyone else have a dog big into DIY?
in my first apartment charlie dug a hole in the wall.... i think he was just trying to knock down the wall to make it more open.
I love this picture of Ike! Penelope definitely has a DIY streak. She's obsessed with "helping" whenever we try to measure something with the tape measure. Last week she also tried to help me with the sewing (http://ournextgreatadventure.wordpress.com/2012/08/19/photo-of-the-week-2/) which basically involved her sitting on top of my fabric and/or trying to run away with it. Sarah
Ike. Our dog would have that post office box behind him in 100 pieces.
Send Ike on over! I have tons of projects in the works. I pay in table scraps.
Haha. Can Ike come show Stewie a thing or two?
My pup likes to stick her nose in paint. The can of paint that is. To date she's had a green nose and a white nose a couple times.
My dog really likes to walk though any paint spots that i might drop on the floor and then she artistically spreads the paint through the house. she's a genius.
I don't have a dog, but one of my cat's likes to 'help' on projects. He's quite curious and likes to sit on things. I can't tell you how many times I've been working on a project on the floor (framing or cutting something, etc) and he will come over and sit right on the project, giving me a look like "whatcha doin mom?"
No diy'ing yet but I'm pretty sure Willis is reading blogs. He likes to sit on my chair behind me if I don't lean all the way back and look at the computer while I read my favourite blogs. Pretty sure he's working his way to diy projects for all his little beds:)
Can I borrow him? I need some bathroom cabinets painted and my husband wont help!
I want to see video of Ike blowing air into the roller handle. Make him do it again. Jack isn't much of a DIY dog. Unless it comes to mulching. He can turn a stick into a pile of mulch in a few minutes.
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