• http://www.turbanhead.com/blogger.html ME

    From the looks of that picture, he looks like he’ll need more than an inch of space when he’s … uh, engorged.

  • Alex

    Oh my God. You really are Jean Teasdale.

  • lapdog

    First Dean at textism.com shows us Oliver’s little dink, now you’re doing it. Is this a trend?

  • http://www.shiftyeye.com dclay

    I’d give him the couch and hope he doesn’t start trying to bury things under the hardwood floors…

  • http://www.novenarik.org Jory

    Oh, I’d give him space, sure. But I’d draw the line at pulpy boudoir shots.

  • http://brittney.pitas.com brittney

    I would. And I am not even a dog person.

  • http://www.deliriouscool.org Donna

    Wow, this dog porn is better than the real stuff – it’s certainly cuter.

  • http://inspirationstrikes.blogspot.com Matt

    Today it’s rawhide nubbins, tomorrow, it’s the newspaper — next thing you know your couch’ll be the home base for some seedy, underground puppy smuggling ring.

  • http://http//:www.staceygeorge.com stacey

    Fifty percent of your commenters noticed the puppy’s precious little potato peepee. You got some sick-o readers there, Dooce!

  • http://www.bloody-hell.com/ Cory

    It always happens. First, it is rawhide under the couch. Then toys. Then socks. Then your evening wear. Then woodland animals. Then small countries. It happens. Watch out for Tongo. The native Tongonians aren’t fond of living under hide-a-beds.

  • http://www.beltzner.ca/ifeelafel feelafel

    That the only animal more efficient at hiding toys than a dog is a cat. They’re uncanny. I come home to a cat, now sans toys, who gives me a little “Prrowt!” as if to say: “Just try to find ‘em. C’mon. Try.”

  • http://paulsboutique.blogspot.com Paul Gutman

    Just you wait until Chuckles “cleans house” while you’re gone and all your t-shirts are out of the drawers where you hid them. Oh yes.

  • http://thepropagandist.com propagandist

    okay, that’s about 24 different toys, chew items, etc.

    you’re spoiling the boy. no wonder he pisses on your friends.

  • http://www.dooce.com dooce

    watch it, propagandist, or i’ll have him poop on you.

  • http://aprilgem.com/log April

    With friends to piss on, who needs enemies to poop on? Oh, the wonderful things you find in a dog’s hiding place. Whatever you do, don’t let him near any Victoria’s Secret panties. Not only will they disappear, but they will never reappear under the couch with his stash. I hear that dogs eat them.

  • Angelique

    i completely agree…. if you keep this up, he’ll not stop there on his road to pack-rat-dom. i have not the slightest doubt that in due time (bwahaha) he will systematically attempt to fit all of your lingerie under the couch. i’d keep an eye on your frillies if i was you.. if chuckles was human, my guess is that his pad would look much like John Doe’s place in the movie “seven”. creepy.

  • http://www.thesafeword.com/daily/kerry.html Kerry

    Hey, you sickies! Stop looking at his winky! That’s a damn cute canine. Dooce, you could be like, the next William Wegman and stuff. Except with Chucks instead of weimaraners.

  • http://convivial.blogspot.com Heather #2

    Awwww. He’s gonna make a beautiful Jennifer Beals! Not sure you’ll be able to hide Mr. Winkie, though.

  • Kevin from Seattle

    Heather, you’re the reincarnation of Albert Payson Terhune.

  • http://kiwi-kath.diaryland.com kath

    All the best dogs sleep upside-down.

  • http://www.cosmicpet.com/cattoys.htm Ex-liontamer

    On more than one occasion, our cats have surprised me and the wife with mass graves of catnip mousies behind the fridge and behind our chest of drawers. The largest count was about twenty. Lately, they have taken to lining several in a row near the food bowls; kinda like the head-on-a-pike warning for other dissident mousies I suppose

  • http://www.antisocialdiva.com antisocial diva

    my cats are the same way. they kick their furry mice under the furniture and i dig them all back out, thinking i am doing them a favor. but i’m not because they smack them right back under. they are so, so cute and i always buy them more that will eventually get lost to the couch and fridge goblins :)

  • http://ephuz.com dave

    well, i see somebody answered that “enlarge your dog’s penis” spam…

  • http://kustapie.blogspot.com kate

    god is he ever growing up fast.

  • http://www.pizzadreaming.com statia

    You make me laugh hysterically. Thank you. Thankfully, Gromit can’t fit anything under the sofa, but if he could, and I dug that stuff out, I would be able to hear the homer voice in his head go ooooh toys. He’d pick one up and run back and forth to show it off.

  • http://queserasera.blogspot.com Sarah B.

    Word, April. My parents’ dog totally ate my VS panties, but left the old cotton Hanes Her Way in one piece.

  • http://amindofamind.blogspot.com Naaman

    It looks like he has plenty of space right next to him ;) Doesn’t he like to cuddle with his rawhide bones and random stuffed thingies?

  • http://spikenheimer.livejournal.com spike

    statia, you rock for having a dog named gromit. that is totally great!

    dooce, chuckles is still the cutest. imagine a kid putting his toys away as well as chuck does!

  • http://aprilgem.com/log April

    Forgive me, Sarah. My mind works in mysterious ways. When I first read your comment, I missed the word “dog” in “My parents’ dog totally ate my VS panties,…” and thought for sure that your parents had the most exotic tastes of anyone I’ve ever heard. Ah, well, I guess this means they don’t also hide chew toys under their couch. But that’s a good thing, no?

  • http://www.shiftyeye.com dclay

    Thanks for coming back Dooce. We’ve decided to dress up like you for halloween.

  • http://www.pizzadreaming.com statia

    Thanks spike. I strive for originality. ;o) It does help that he has Gromit’s personality. I wish he could put his own toys away though.

  • http://www.aubreysabala.com Aubs

    Sighing a sense of relief here that my cats aren’t the only ones…they have a fondness for pictures (something in the chemicals of the glossy type is their newest addition) and knocking things off of my dresser/sink/television to get my attention. They’re clever, though — they aim for the trash. If I don’t go through it prior to emptying the bag, I’ll lose my FOURTH set of Tweezermans in a year. (Yes, I’ve now learned to put them in a cabinet…)

  • http://www.pbase.com/bast Bast

    Well, at least your dog doesn’t have a toy box yet. Mine do. Of course this does create a problem of who’s toys they are when my 2 year old niece comes over.