It’s a Win/Win. For Louie.
Henry, not so much.
The Skunk was just saying I want somebody not too smart and would get the word around. not to come messing with me while I hibernate.
Well, looks like Einstein agreed in panel 5 !!
Never had to deskunk a dog but did have to (TWICE!) remove porcupine quills from a certain idiot dog’s nose. You’d think that the lesson would have stuck (pun intended) but no. Wondered how the dog even knew how to breathe.
“You’re an idiot, babeIt’s a wonder that you still know how to breathe.” Idiot Wind, Bob Dylan
Good luck, indeed! It’s the skunk’s lucky day!
We’re all aware that Louie isn’t the brightest bulb in the chandelier.
Lived in Arkansas, had too do both, more than once.
Heinz bath,Louie ;)
I have to agree with the skunk, if I’m going to hibernate I’d like to get a bunch of smelly stuff out of my butt (I know anal glands). And probably they won’t come and bother me while I’m asleep.
I would prefer skunk to the dead salmon my lab loves to roll in, it makes me sick.
That’s our Louie! Always happy to oblige!Good afternoon Crew!
I have a friend who has had to “deskunk” a dog 4 times.
Old saying: “There are two types of dog. Those that learn the first time, and those that never learn.” True for Skunks, Porcupines (according to Leeroy, above), and Toads. Probably more as well.
Went to a cidermill yesterday. On the way we saw a skunk on the side of the road. Wasn’t sure if it was dead or not. There was no smell and it looked fat and fluffy. As some one approached they said it was dead. How sad.
Louie is one happy pup. He stinks to high heaven. Dog heaven.
Good evening Crew.
Aww … poor Louie. Way to take one for the team, though, buddy.
Good Evening, Crew.
July 22, 2015