Wednesday, April 29, 2009

GOOD DOGGIE ACADEMY




Lesson I. FINAL EXAM
JJ just finished with flying colors. He would like to give you an example of his work, and you can be the judge. Was he obedient and did he study hard? Did he do his homework? Or was he the teacher's pet?











17 comments:

Pat Jenkins said...

well congratulations jj!!!... did you get a graduation gift?

Pat Jenkins said...

my bad grandma j but i forgot to thank you for those kind comments you left with pitbull yesterday!! i am very much appreciative of your favor!!!!

Living on the Spit said...

I am so proud of JJ...What an awesome job!!!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Smartest dog in the Compound!

Karen said...

Can he come over and teach Abbie how to behave around food?

Susannah said...

Congratulations! The way you wrote this reminds me of those "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" books... :) Funny~

Holy Crappers said...

JJ looks so handsome with his cap on. Did you go out for a graduation luncheon?

#1

Busy Bee Suz said...

SOOO cute. He is a good student.
I have cocoa trained that she can't eat her food until I give her the command. I fill her bowl and she just stares at me...drooollling all over the place. It is really funny. And I guess kinda mean too...I better stop that!

Elm said...

Awwww, what a cute little dog! And smart, too?

And about your new poll on weather, I'm scared of them all! Thankfully, typhoons and blizzards are nonexistsant where I live.

Anonymous said...

It would be nice if he would use the "outside" bathroom like he was taught!!!!

The Incredible Woody said...

JJ is so smart! I used to keep Dixie's treats in the bottom of the china cabinet. I finally stopped after cleaning slobber off of it 10 million times!!

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

What JJ is looking for besides that treat in his personal pantry are his personal airline tickets to Virginia for July.

I'll trade you dogs...mine is so dumb, he'd be eating that automatic dishwashing detergent in that personal pantry instead of dog food. Love him to death, but my golly there's nothing but rocks upstairs in the old noggin. The elevator just isn't going up to the top floor.

Please send JJ AND PJB for a visit. Chesapeake Bay Mother would spoil that JJ so badly he'd forget anything and everything he ever learned in doggie academy. (Her dogs growl when you ask them to move over for a seat on "their" couch.)

Grandma J said...

JJ's getting a new toy, bag of treats and a haircut maƱana.

Your welcome Pat.

To the owners of drooling dogs....we lucked out, JJ doesn't have saliva...at least it doesn't drip.

Elm, go to your safe room! :)

To JJ's mom, (aka anonymous) dogs learn by example...its a visual thing.

CBW Maybe Phil can go to VA and scout the place out for me. JJ is quite ferocious. Little man syndrome.

Anonymous said...

JJ's the man.

Colin

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Put Phil on the first available flight, he'll love it here.

JJ just might overcome his short man syndrome if he came here, even though his ailment would be well justified and exacerbated here. Sometimes you have to fight fire with fire. Every single last dog that my mother has interacted with has been completely changed for life. She's Dr. DoLittle.

Anyway, we're looking forward to seeing you and PJB.

Life with Kaishon said...

JJ is just so smart! Smart and perfect. Lovable in every way!

big hair envy said...

I've never seen a cuter graduate! LOVE me some JJ:)