Thursday, January 06, 2005


Ah, Gus. He has again pushed the envelope too far. The Mask was affixed and the barking ceased. I think after three years, the dog finally knows what "No barks!" means. He was quite perplexed to find himself in this situation, but I must say, it's some of the most pleasant time I've spent with him in a while. I highly recommend the size 2 muzzle to any fellow beagle owners. $8.99 well spent.

10 comments:

Pigs said...

Hee heeeeeee...I just can't stop looking at that picture. He looks like a bandit in a mug shot.

Heather said...

Do they make those in a size that would say, oh a 5 yr old boy??? *LOL*

Anonymous said...

_My Pomeranian doesn't understand what staying quiet @ 6:00 AM is & I am afraid my Cocker Spaniel is also learning from him. Does he stays w/the 'mask' all day? [I have to confess I think he looks adorkable] _androidette // http://tabulas.com/~androidette // < not really anonymous.

Katie said...

Poor Gus-Head. He looks so sad and frustrated. He can't talk anymore. =(

Eddie said...

I love it!!! I only wish you'd had this lovely S&M item when I lived within earshot of the Guster. Me: "Hello, DOG." Gus: "_______" Me: "What, Gussie can't bark? Oh no! I'm all broken up about it!"

wanda said...

I hope the muzzle lasts until next year when you bring the Guster home for Christmas. I want to see what happens when one of the Carter boys is out in their yard.

Katie said...

You know, if you look closely- Gus has a slight cross-bite. I hope the muzzle isn't making this condition worse!

Eddie said...

Katie,

I think it might just look that way b/c Gus may be in mid-bark attempt in the picture?

Cattiva said...

Ah...there is nothing like the sound of a Beagle bark. And nothing better than when it STOPS!

But he looks too cute.

Anonymous said...

Ok that is THE saddest picture! I just want to go get him and bring him home! lol
Chana
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