Girl, Interrupted

In a dog’s life, timing is everything. For example, when you want to play fetch, don’t choose a time when your human is impersonating a pretzel.



  1. Timing is everything… 😀

  2. gerdiemonster says:

    i always thought my little weirdo (beagle) was being beagle-y when he viewed yoga as time to mount the human. but then the current pupster (border collie, lab, pointer) also tries to hop on when i do yoga or stretch on the floor. is it a dominance thing? is it possible that some yoga moves send a come hither vibe to the dogsters?

  3. that is adorable! doggie is all, you look very weird but I still love you *lick lick* and can you throw my ball please?

  4. Rachael says:

    Sometimes I do wonder what our furry friends think of us. We must seem very weird to them and yet… they still love us beyond all reason. 🙂

  5. edmundh says:

    Cats, on the other hand, just treat you as a gigantic moving cat tree when you exercise, yoga, etc…

  6. That is so twisted!

  7. I laughed out loud at the description… and I’m in the office. Made my day, thanks!

  8. Laura DragonWench says:

    It’s because, with certain yoga/workout positions, the face is now conveniently at tongue level. And what dog is going to resist such an easily accessible, and now lickable, face? 😀