Friday, January 8, 2016

Open The Door!

Me and Stanley suffered terribly yesterday and I think you will agree when we tell you what happened.  OK, you might know that we have a doggie door.  BUTT you might not know that just before Christmas Dad ordered a new, better (insulated, better closing) doggie door from our friends at Chewy (they had the best price).  So, he took the old door and put it in another door so that the cold air would not come into the rest of the house.  So here is how we go outside . . .

Furst we go down 12 stairs and make a right turn to go in the big room.  


Then we go through the old doggie door.  It takes us into the disaster zone dad's man cave!



Once we're in there, we can finally go outside through the new doggie door. 



See how the doggie door is insulated?  (Don't notice that the rest of the door is filthy, it is a point of contention at our house.)

Well yesterday, SOMEHOW, the door to the big room got closed!!  Yes it did!  We could NOT get to our furst doggie door!!!  We were stuck in the house!!  So that meant we could NOT pee or poop!!!

Yes, we suffered until almost 10pm when dad found out that the door was closed.  Let's just say we could have melted a lot of snow freaks by that time!  Oh, we suffered!




Keep Calm & Bark On!

Murphy & Stanley

22 comments:

  1. OMD...This may be cause for a court case! Better call Ernie the Attorney!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  2. Oh my, you truly did suffer! I've thought about putting in a doggie door and even had a friend offer up her husband to install one for me. I'm sure it would be handy, but I worry about other animals trying to come in.

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  3. you need one of those doggie doorbells you press with your nose :)

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  4. You poor things!! I'm so sorry you suffered like that.

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  5. Crikey ...... how good are you?? You suffered in SILENCE???????? OMD! You two are Saints!!

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  6. WE have a doggy door but we can only use it if the back door is open cause it is in the storm door. When it is winter we usually have to count on Mom & Dad to let us out regularly. You guys should be rewarded for being so good
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & mabel

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  7. Peeps can be so remiss sometimes and then IF there is an ACCIDENT, we get in trouble! Glad you guys FINALLY got out!

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  8. OMD! That is borderline abuse of doggy door! Living in that extreme cold weather an insulated dog door is a must!

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  9. Oh nooooo!! Hahaha. Military Husband wants a doggie door, but I'm like what if a skunk got in....or can that happen? Hahaha

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  10. Oh nose!!!!! You must haf been soooooo cross pawed you were falling over!
    Butt the reliefs when you got outside, ahhhhhhhh!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  11. Oh no! That is definitely a cause for complaint! At least your dad figured it out eventually!

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  12. You know the problem is, if you were good boys and held it all in, then your mom and dad might get the mistaken idea that you don't need to go outside so very often, and that is a very undesirable outcome from your point of view. I suspect that you, like me, are clean chaps and would never 'make a mess' inside the house if you could possibly avoid it, but I do sometimes think there is a danger of our humans exploiting our superior bladder control…
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  13. Hari Om
    ........this begs the question as to which is actually the more draught-proof; the door which could stick so hard as to keep you in FLUID SUSPENSION for so long, or the the door which shows daylight round its edges??? I'd be seeking some advice from the local pawfirm if I wuz you.... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  14. I bet that snow freaks closed that door to celebrate a pawty before they got the yellow letter of no return.... they are sneaky huh?

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  15. That is terrible. We can't believe you didn't bark and carry on to tell them.

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  16. Wow! I didn't know there was such a thing as a doggie door! Just think of all the squirrels I could have caught if I could go out whenever I saw one! But we're lucky that we almost always have somebody home to let us out when we need to go.

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  17. We have never seen a doggy door. Mom puts on our leashes and takes us out. It would be great to have a door of our own.It's not going to happen says mom.

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  18. I don't have a doggie door cos we live in an apartment -- bol. Mum has seen some that fit into the screen door, but in the apt we live in, there is nowhere for me to go once I do get out -- that is why I occasionaly to my Houdini act and take off.

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  19. We would have had a pee explosion in our house if we couldn't get outside all day. You boys must have very huge bladders or you didn't drink much that day.

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  20. Aw, what good boys you were. Sam must also have a cast iron bladder from the couple times a similar situation has happened with him. Bless those poodle genes. :)

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  21. Wowzers! What a disaster that could have been!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  22. Oh my goodness you boys had to go the whole day!! It happens you know, us parents forget stuff. Hope you are having a good weekend!!

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