Thursday, December 15, 2011

Are you a Dog lover?


Have you ever heard of diapers for your Dog?!! There are actually diapers for dogs. We are a dog owning/loving family. Charlie Sparkles Schultz is definitely part of the fam. But luckily we are not needing Snuggease cuz my dog is better trained then my children. like for real he is more obedient and never misses the toilet.
Anyways my nephew and friends made this commercial, thus introducing me to Snuggease,
It's pretty funny. You gotta watch it.

So yes or no, have you heard of doggie diapers? And more importantly have you ever used doggie diapers? I am very curious.


P.S
This is just a reminder of how cute Davy is looking. And i felt her facial expression was appropriate for the video.

14 comments:

MindySue said...

That is just soooooo wrong. Except for Davy. She is so right! I love that hair and her cute scrunchy face!

kelly said...

Omgoodness..people don't really do that do they Ruth?.. Lol...that was funny!...p.s Davy is one spunky little princess, she has AMAzing skin... and p.p.s...my one year old Clover is now obsessed with yo gabba gabba, and I cldnt be happier...my 13 year old is singing their songs around the house too..it's kinda cute...
A big hiiiii to you Ruth ....from kelly in Australia :-))))

Eva McGann said...

OH RUTH!! You have just saved my carpet! We have a 130 pound Mastiff who pees in her sleep. She has a birth defect that allows her bladder to open when she is in a deep sleep. She has been on medicine for the past two years, but she is at the maximum dose the vet will give her and she is still leaking. I have tried the disposable diaper things, but she rips them off her body. I didn't know there were sturdier ones. THANK YOU!!!! I am going to give these a try.

sherrie said...

Maybe if I'd had those diapers we would have kept our dog! Davy is so cute and sassy with that hair! Glad she's feeling well.

Sarah said...

My grandmother uses them on her (female) dog during her "time on the month" :) haha

Write to Simplicity said...

We recently have started putting diapers on our dog. Duke is a 16 year old westie and he is still a happy dog with high quality of life but he cannot make it through the night. Heck, once he decides he has to go, he cannot make it to the door. So diapers it is. The beginning of the commercial was our life!! haha.

Ora said...

hhaha! Davy's expression is priceless! We actually used baby diapers on our Boston Terrier when she went into heat one year... but never bought specific dog diapers! lol

Vicki and Don said...

My daughter and son in law used doggie diapers on their dog when she was having trouble with bladder control...she was 18 yrs. old! It saved their carpet!! **Love Davy's expression! Sooo cute!**

tuft said...

Hello, i've just found your site (no idea how, link from a link from a link), and can i just say that your daughter is adorable - how gorgeous is she! I will be coming back again for sure to see what you are all doing :-)

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Georgia said...

THAT IS HYSTERICAL.....

And Davy.....so dang adorable!

Off to order some snugg-eze for the family....eh...um...I mean the dog.

Heidi said...

My sister has a dog who has diabetes and has become blind. She and her husband work full time and her dog cant seem to find the doggie door while they are gone. She has tried doggie diapers and found in the brand she bought that he just peed up onto his belly instead of in the diaper. Would love to show her these.

kim said...

I can't watch the vid right now, but your daughters little face? ADORABLE.

the fam said...

I am no spring chicken and have never had a dog or cat as a pet. I thought I knew a lot of stuff, but.... my a friend, who is dog sitting her son's female bulldog for an extended period time casually commented about having to get diapers for the dog, because it was "that time of the month." I said, "Huh? Whaaaat?" I had never heard of such a thing! It makes sense now that I think about it. How did I miss that factoid all of my life?? I guess most dogs get spayed thus doing away with that part of life? I don't even know if that is true, but I am assuming that is how/why I missed that. I am still in a little bit of shock when I think about it! And I would not want to worry about a pet's "TOTM" It's bad enough dealing with my own.