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Chronicling the lives of the Kramer beagles and their hard-working domestic help.

Open for discussion: May 21

Posted by laurie on May 21, 2013

Check out this very cute comic. No beagles, but the expressions are perfect.

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8 Responses to “Open for discussion: May 21”

  1. harperlea said

    Very cute!
    “Mutts” in today’s paper has the same theme and the dog looks like a beagle….

  2. Karen S. said

    I saw that on facebook; it really is how dogs think.

    • Cathy, Gomez, Lily & Mr. Peabz said

      That is a fact. One of the several times Lily the Loaf managed to get a loaf of bread from the counter was during a 15-minute period where she and the yeasty goodness were unsupervised. I came home, fed the dogs and THEN discovered the empty bread bag out in the yard.

      Lily behaved EXACTLY the same way she always does and mealtimes: jumping and dancing and running around, then falling onto her food as if she were a starved timberwolf. But this time it was AFTER she’d had the full loaf of bread as an appetizer.

      It’s like living with bears.

      • Susan in DE said

        I agree, it is like living with bears. Lady’s arrival required the installation of child-proof (and beagle-proof) latches on the sink cabinet to protect the trash, and the pantry cabinet. I still occasionally catch her trying to rip the door off the dishwasher when the grubby contents haven’t yet gone through the wash cycle. All my good furniture is covered in boxes and laundry baskets in an effort to discourage her from climbing all over it and/or using it as a launching pad to the dining table or my plant-filled living room bow window (And yes, she’s found a perch on top of the leather chair and is now a furniture gargoyle, like Stan and Sherm on the Kramer sofa).

        But it’s funny, between Josie and Jordan we had beagles for 8 years prior to Lady joining us, and they were never as intense. The smaller the beagle, the more beagle-like? Sometimes I watch her doing her crazy little beagle thing, and I’m reminded of the quote from Monty Python and the Holy Grail about The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog … “We’d better not risk another frontal assault, that beagle’s dynamite!”

  3. Bailey & Gypsy & Trents dad said

    Curious..anyone’s dogs sneezing/coughing from the high pollen in the northeast? I know ours are! All three!

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

    Over here in the UK, pollen levels are supposedly at their highest level for decades. Apparently it’s due to Spring being six weeks late arriving this year (we’ve only had leaves on the trees in the last three weeks!). So we’re getting flower pollen and grass pollen being released at the same time this year. Cassie had runny eyes last week after being out in the countryside for a full day, just like she had hay fever. JBs a bit of sneezy boy all the time but doesn’t seem to be affected by pollen.

    Hope none of our beagle friends were affected by the terrible tornadoes we’ve been seeing on the news over here and we send our thoughts across the pond to all those caught in their path (especially the children in the school that was demolished and their families).

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