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Old 12-02-2012, 07:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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yep, one was in my kitchen a few days ago, snatched a chicken finger and a mouth full of mashed potatoes before anyone knew they were gone...
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:08 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The computer mouse AND remote control bandit struck my house twice last week leaving the evidence strewn about the back yard! When obtained, the stolen pieces had teeth marks ALL over them! When the missing items were brought in and placed in the evidence pile a suspect was questioned. The suspect was then released b/c Pap "babysitter" failed to crate him when he left for only a few minutes and his mother felt bad b/c he was losing part of his manhood later that week!
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:53 AM   #13 (permalink)
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See, these bandits are dangerous! They have strong mind control powers so avoid looking at them directly when questioning them or your resolve will puddle at your feet. Dangerous creatures the Counter Surfer Terrorists!
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:49 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I have one of those!! especially of coffee do not leave a half finished cup of coffee ANYWHERE in my house I end up with a hyper bandit and an empty cup! I was sure I knew who it was only to find out last week I really have 2 of them not one but the other non squishy face doesn't get hyper on it bet you cant guess which of mine is my bandit though the non squishy face should be easy
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:19 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I have one of those!! especially of coffee do not leave a half finished cup of coffee ANYWHERE in my house I end up with a hyper bandit and an empty cup! I was sure I knew who it was only to find out last week I really have 2 of them not one but the other non squishy face doesn't get hyper on it bet you cant guess which of mine is my bandit though the non squishy face should be easy
Lol, we know exactly who our coffee and drink bandit is. She has absolutely no shame and figures if you walk away from it, it's free game. Tag will look at you over the rim of whatever cup or glass she currently has her tongue in like "what.....?" She even comes and searches me out in the mornings when I've finished my soak hoping I leave my cup within reaching distance for her. No shame, none at all.

However... Throughout this entire time, we assumed the bandits were limited to the Pumpkin Patch Litter and have been uselessly lecturing them all along only for me to find out today that this isn't the case. Harrumph!!!

I had to take the pigs to slaughter today and it was a warm 70 degrees outside so I decided to leave the pups secured in the back yard with momma dog. I was only gonna be gone for like 45 min so I wasn't terribly worried. My neighbor keeps a close eye on the house when I'm out.

Oh yeah, got sidetracked. So anyways, I get home, let Sarge (Drako) out in the front yard for a few then head downstairs to get Button for him to play with. Wouldn't ya know it, the only two dogs in the house downstairs are Patch (daddy dog) & Titan, my senior golden retriever and one of them had my purse down off my dresser and was trying on my lip gloss. Hint, my senior is too old and stiff to get up on his hind legs.

I was flabbergasted! The last time Patch got into anything that I knew about was when he was about 6 months old and even then it was a shoe I left laying around. He's never in the past been a counter surfer that I know of. Now my brat pack are teaching my old dogs new tricks! Sigh.......

What's a mom to do when they sit down collectively in front of you and give you those big, sad, brown eyes while you tell them that you don't like what they are doing and would appreciate it if they'd stop. It's too dang hard to even really get mad at them, what's more to try and stay mad. I think before long I'm gonna have to have hubby build me a small MIL house out back 'cause this house has gone to the dogs. Lol.
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Coffee bandit strikes again. I swear she creates distractions just to have a chance at getting at my coffee.

I was doing my morning soak and the pups were outside playing. Suddenly I heard a loud crash so I jump out, throw on my robe and head out back. They'd pulled a ceramic planter off my patio table and were playing with the shards! Gasp! I called them all in, forgetting that I left my door open and commenced to picking up all the pieces in my robe and bare feet. I'm taking my time, being methodical so no one gets cut and finally get back inside only to hear the familiar slurp slurp. I know immediately who it is and run to my room. Ah ha! I caught you this time my little pretty! Tag looks up over the rim of my snowman coffee mug and has that What.....? Look on her face again. Slurp slurp slurp! Gah, I know they pulled my planter pot down just to get at my coffee lol. Bah, I ran her out of the room and refilled my mug. No point in being mad at her...I'm the one who left the door open and my coffee in reach.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:55 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I believe I've fallen into the trap of believing the Pumpkin Patch can do no wrong LOL. My two little theives stole my leftover Chicken Bacon Ranch wrap from a local restaraunt.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:08 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Believe it or not, the main suspect in any theft at my house is my little terror, er...terrier, Maddie. She also shows no remorse when caught doing anything wrong. She also likes to sneak up on our bed after we've left the room (dogs not allowed on our bed). She's so brazen, that she leave her favorite toy there as a calling card - lol!

I KNOW Dempsey could easily follow in Maddie's footsteps, though. I always put everything food related WAY up high if I have to leave the room, or I'm asking for trouble!
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:28 AM   #19 (permalink)
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I'm telling ya, I've owned other breeds over a lifetime and the boxers are the ones that keep me most entertained and on my toes. Age doesn't even seem to matter as our illustrious visitor Sarge decided that paper plates with left over Chinese food on them in the trash can absolutely had to be his. What's more, I was just upstairs checking on him while he was curled up in his chair taking a nap AND, I was directly below where the trash can sits in the kitchen upstairs and never heard a thing. However, age does seem to play a part in the way my husband reacts lol. He didn't get frustrated or even scold Sarge, he just picked it up, walked Sarge back to his comfy cozy chair and then came downstairs and reported it.

You know those puppy dreams we all see our dogs having and wonder what it is they could be dreaming about? Well, I've got this one figured out and the cats outta the bag! Those innocent looking doggie dreams are actually where they attend secret boxer ninja school. Where it looks like they are running must certainly be the class on "getting away clean."

As for the Pumpkin Patch kids doing no wrong... Well, they don't really. After all, it's us humans who leave things where they can get to them isn't it? Hard to blame a puppy for trying to amuse themselves tehe. I mean wow, who's idea was it to park the couch in the living room or leave the back yard open to rain for that matter. What were we thinking?

All I can say on the subject is Boxers are the best!
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