Thursday, September 1, 2011

Again with the Burrs?

Really? Blargh.


Pamela said...

Yeah, they're yucky. On the other hand, it gives you a great training opportunity. If you can slip Oscar a piece of cheese while you're working on the burrs (y'know with those extra hands you aren't using), you might find him being calmer for all kinds of grooming & handling.

Unknown said...

Oh Oscar! Poor you!! They look really nasty!! Am I glad I have a short coat that never catches anything - even mud just dries & falls off me! :-)

Honey the Great Dane

Oskar said...

Those little things are like tiny devils!

Nubbin wiggles,

Peggy Frezon said...

Hi Oscar,
Too bad about the burrs, but you look so cute anyway!

Kolchak Puggle said...

Argh, those little burrs are AWFUL! good thing your nice Mom picked them out!

amanda said...

I seem to always find blogs and get interested when they don't get updated anymore! Hope you start updating again soon. I love reading stories about mini schnauzers that act like my puppy, Remy. I hope to start a blog soon, but I don't seem to have time ever!

Rusty said...

I really dislike those hateful little things! Mom calls them stick-tights and makes me be still for a long time while she gets them out.

Wyatt said...

Arrgg! We get those in our wirey fur all the time...terriers are like velcro, everything sticks!

Wyatt and Stanzie

pinoy tech blog said...

poor oscar. little bad burrs! :) good thing you have your mom. :)

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