much to the dog’s chagrin
April is not being taught how to handle properly handle Farley. I know she’s a toddler but you have to start somewhere with teaching kids to respect your four legged family members.
It sounded like Jaws
Observation: Another nice feature about new “noisy” diapers. They are as good as a cat’s collar bell for finding the little rug rats.
One of my daughters would build up a charge and zap one of the cats until the cat took a swipe at her hand with the claws out. We never had to talk to her about treating the animals with respect and dignity again.
and later that bond will be life saving.
WAY, to often, the kids are smarter than the adults. Humans are not the nicest thing on this planet.
Remember, Farley saves April’s life and then dies doing it. There is a great love there.
Ha! One of them is “attached”. The other is attacked.
Dogs, like people, can have good days and bad days. Catch Farley on a bad day, and it might not be so cute!
When I was very young, our dog and I did not get along, but she would defend me to the death. Or so I’ve been told. Yet I was very upset when she died.
Generally not a good idea to grab a dog by its junk..
It looks like “attraction” and ’toleration!"
Someone explain this strip to me. “Slap?” “Crinkle?”
Farley does not think so.
Dogs know children and are patient…..
Is that a unanimous perspective?
She’s lifting your leg, Farley……you know what to do.
A little too attached, given the eventual outcome of their relationship. Farley did not deserve such a fate. Sad, any way you slice it.