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Who goes there?

Posted by laurie on August 24, 2012

Do as I say and not as I did here. Don’t give your dog grapes. Sherman doesn’t like them anyway, but that doesn’t stop him from examining them. Closely.

This dog does a furrowed brow better than any I’ve ever seen.

14 Responses to “Who goes there?”

  1. ChristyACB said

    Oh…the Sherminator at maximum cuteness. That is practically lethal, Laurie. Excuse me, ma’am, but do you have a permit for that? LOL

    He does do a good furrow but that first picture combines the pup look with wise and worried old man in a truly fabulous way. Thanks for the up beat tick to the morning.

  2. Sam and Sweetum's Mom said

    I thought they couldn’t have grapes…or is it raisins or am I confused?? Is it onions?? Maybe I need to go back to bed…too late, I am at work!!

    • Gandolf's mom (w/ memories of Kramer) said

      No grapes, raisins, OR onions. You are right. 🙂

      • Do they get sick if they eat grapes or raising or onions ? I have never heard of this 😦

      • Harper said

        For years I’ve read about foods that are toxic to dogs; grapes, raisins, and onions, along with some other foods that I can’t remember off the top of my head… there’re websites out there that will give a full list…. but yes, like chocolate, etc., the toxic foods can make your dog ill and sometimes be fatal in some circumstances.
        I have found also, that it depends on the dog… not that I’d EVER intentionally give one of mine a food that I had heard to be toxic, but I’ve seen Shotzy (German Shepard) and Bartles (Basset Hound) eat stuff that is dangerous, and have been fine… of course, I kept a close watch on them. And there have been previous posts that if your dog ever eats something toxic, to use peroxide to induce vomiting… safe way to get them to upchuck the toxins.

  3. Amy~Cobalt & Onyx's mom said

    The furrowed brow. One of my favorite things about beagles!

    • Cathy, Gomez, Lily & Mr. Peabz said

      Me too. And Shermie shows great form, with the object of concern placed between his front paws. Absolutely adorable!

  4. Susan in DE said

    Way too cute! Of course, we all also know dogs shouldn’t have chocolate, but did you all know that Xylitol (sweetener found in some chewing gum and other things) is extremely poisonous to dogs (and I think cats, too). I don’t think that’s very well known, so it’s worth mentioning.

    Now back to your regularly scheduled adorable beagle pictures. Happy Friday, everyone!

  5. Sue ~ Barney , Jodi, & Huggy Bear's Mom said


  6. Spunky's Mom said

    Love these pics. I think the white line on his forehead just highlights that furrowed brow perfectly.

    The poison I have to remind my in-laws about when they watch Spunky is medicine – especially anti-inflammatories like Advil and Aleve. If you drop your pills on the floor, don’t let the dog get them! I’ve heard just one can do a great deal of harm and even be lethal.

    It’s another gorgeous day here in Michigan and I have it off, so Spunky and I are headed out for a walk. Everyone have a great Friday!

    • Sam and Sweetum's Mom said

      When I get up to take medicine in the middle of the night, I always take it leaning over the sink so I have some idea of where it is going when I drop it!

  7. Kim Jackson said

    That made me SNORT out loud! ….at my desk! Thanks for the giggle!….and the snort!

  8. Julie - JB & Cassie's Mum in England said

    Aren’t they cute when they’re focused on something? You can almost see the cogs going around in their brains when they’re trying to understand what something is – if all else fails it usually goes in the mouth for closer assessment!

  9. Harper said

    I’m finally catching up; have not been on the computer in a while (just recuperating)… Lily is darling. Glad Huggy Bear is settling in, though bummed to hear that he’s chewing up things… As for eating poop, Bartles Basset will eat poop, if he thinks dinner is not going to be served.. (usually if we’re running late)… we too, try to pick up the poop daily, but with my bum knee, I’m not good on uneven surfaces and won’t take the chance of ruining the surgery, so my darling husband gets to it when he can (he’s working 12-14 hour days)…
    Shermie’s pictures are scrumptious!!!!

    Happy Friday everyone!

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