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Septic day, part 2

Posted by laurie on June 26, 2013

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A teeny bit deeper, don’t you think?

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Here, let me help. Could you please move a little?

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I see Las Vegas! Hellooooooooooooo!

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Meanwhile…

(Thanks to Phillip for taking all these photos.)

19 Responses to “Septic day, part 2”

  1. Is Stanley doing the helping and Sherman doing the supervising ? I’m sure that the septic guy was so happy for their help ! 😉

  2. Karen S. said

    LOL! Stan is a pesky supervisor!

  3. Patr said

    Aw what great little helpers beagles are…. my two want to help me with dinner every night….

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

    Laurie, you are too funny. Love this. Mine love to supervise dinner preparation and dishwasher loading and unloading. They are helpful little hounds.

  5. Sam and Sweetums' Mom said

    What an exciting time for the 2 of them!! I love the helper!

  6. Lynne said

    I think Code the Cocker Spaniel would make a good honary beagle. Last night at a gathering at a friend’s house he wanted to clean up after snacks but we foiled him by bringing the left overs into the kitchen when we went in for tea and cake.

  7. Kate (Gandolf's mom) said

    Laurie, these are great!! Reminds me So of my Kramer, always “helping”. Gandolf is just skittish and supervises from afar. 🙂 These are great.

  8. Susan in DE said

    Hilarious! Meanwhile, at our house, one of Rob’s foam earplugs fell out in the middle of the night and Lady ate a midnight snack (she sleeps in bed with us), it has since “passed”. And yesterday while we were out she tried eating a tin containing a shea butter hand moisturizing bar (after we spent $913 on dental work for her last month [her teeth were a mess when we got her]). It’s kinda hard figuring out what NFOs (non-food objects) she might want to eat, and having to think about hiding/securing everything!

  9. Cody and Henry's Aunt said

    OMG! This is so funny! (Would write more, but I’m at work!)

  10. mama said

    Adorable!

  11. Cathy, Gomez, Lily & Mr. Peabz said

    I laughed (and am still laughing) so hard at this – it’s just classic beaglishness at its best. That anticipatory grin on Stan’s face in the first pic, the assertive “help” in the second image (got that head helpfully right under the guys arm) are just hilarious. Exactly what I would expect beagles would do on a septic tank job!

  12. Linda UK said

    Love it!

  13. Looks like my guys with the refrigerator repairman last week. Except they steal things out of the little repair box and gather them in the living room. Also works for the plumber.

  14. harperlea said

    I think Stan was an inspector in another life… That looks just like me on a typical underground job :). Always getting in the way trying to see what’s going on.
    Love the pictures and the captions!

  15. Julie, JB & Cassie's Mum in England said

    Beagles are curious about just everything aren’t they?!!

  16. Carol, Libby's mom said

    Did the workman charge you extra for Stanley’s help? Stanley may have seen Las Vegas, but I don’t think I want to know what he might have smelled with that beagle nose. Thanks for the great photos and commentary.

  17. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    Love the photos and captions with each. Your sewer guy must be a dog lover!

  18. Amy~Cobalt & Onyx's Mom said

    Oh my goodness- I am laughing so hard. Thank you!

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