Bathe Him and Bring Him to Me!



During a conversation with sweet Don – which I won’t get into as it involved spankings – I commented that I was a yellow lab. Perhaps I should delve into this aforementioned conversation….. Basically, I said I enjoyed being spanked by a certain poster because he puts me squarely in my place. I then stated that I’m typically the spanker (the alpha bitch) but that I’m also a yellow lab which creates conflict, you see. I’ll elaborate….

Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is one of several kinds of retriever, a type of gun dog. One notable characteristic of the breed is their webbed paws, useful for the breed’s original purpose of retrieving fishing nets. Wikipedia

Life   span: 10 to 13 years

Temperament: Gentle, Intelligent, Good-tempered, Kind,   Outgoing, Agile

Height: Male: 22–25 inches (56–62 cm), Female: 21–24 inches (54–60 cm)

Weight: Male: 66.1–79.4 lbs (30–36 kg), Female: 55.1–70.5 lbs (25–32 kg)

Colors: Black, Yellow, Chocolate


How can I be the pit bull when the heart is smiling like this?



Then again, I have my moments…



That’s my “bring it” face. Uh-huh! Rabid Cujo ain’t got nuthin on me!

Just out of curiosity; what breed are you? (I’m wondering if you see yourself as I see you.)



17 thoughts on “Bathe Him and Bring Him to Me!

  1. Oh dear, I own two pit bulls, but I can honestly say I didn’t go to the Animal Shelter looking for pit bulls.

  2. WOWSKI….you didn’t disappoint….true to your word . I think this consideration is a little above my intellectual pay-grade though.
    I keep thinking to myself….’what would Ursula say’……have to stay on track I know.

    I tend to be a mix of a Calculating Wolf and a Lab that loves his favorite old Frisbee that gets thrown in the Ocean for the Umpteenth time…as if it were the first time.

      • Shortly after getting married I bought my wife a boxer ( she had one most of her young life with her parents) for way too much money. Over the next couple years he cost us several thousand dollars and never grew out of the “puppy mentality”. We ended up giving him to her brother and after a short while got a mutt from the pound right before he was going to be extinguished. He was the best friend either of us, and our son, ever had for 16 years.

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