The Casper Alert System

Sep
20

All Casper ever wanted was to be a good dog.

But there are so many things in the world to dig or chew or carry off into the woods!


Then he had an idea. And he told the Woman. Because she needs a lot of explanations and directions!

“Woman, I’m just SHOWING YOU PROBLEMS. Highlighting weaknesses in your defense. Directing farm repairs. Like this here opening in the fence around the blueberry bush!”

“Aren’t you proud of me, Woman?”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 20, 2011  

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  1. 9-20
    2:57
    pm

    Casper looks so sweet and innocent! How could you NOT be proud of him?? Haha. Actually, he looks a lot like MY dog sometimes….hmm. :lol:

  2. 9-20
    3:16
    pm

    Looks kinda like that fence has all ready been leaned on by him. He’s just being a good boy! I always think it amazing that animals that are fenced or caged can always find the tiny tiny little place they can push against or wiggle thru to get out. :happyflower:

  3. 9-20
    4:51
    pm

    Good boy Casper. Good boy!

  4. 9-20
    6:59
    pm

    hahaha, what a good boy!

  5. 9-20
    8:38
    pm

    You will never convince me that dogs don’t have consciences. And they are no good at lying. When they’ve done something that’s against the rules, they know it and they have such hang-dog expressions. Poor Casper. How could you not forgive that sweet face?

  6. 9-20
    10:31
    pm

    Casper! Why would any animal break INTO a cage?? They’re always so good at breaking out.

    But you know where that hole is now… not that the blueberry bush needs protecting anymore?

  7. 9-21
    9:56
    am

    I just had to laugh. Who said dogs can’t talk? That expression on his face. I can just hear him saying “I know I got in here, but I don’t know how to get out. HELP ME”

  8. 9-21
    10:30
    am

    I have a cow that did that then we put the herd on a 150 acre field and she stays in with the others.

    Good Casper :snoopy:

  9. 9-21
    4:19
    pm

    Why did I do it???
    Because it was THERE?????

    Sorry, Mom. Now can you get me out? Please?

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