Thursday, December 20, 2007

Piranha pup, or werewolf?




Having my sister here as "bait" allows me to get photos that I wouldn't otherwise be able to get -- because I would be fending off those razor-sharp teeth myself! Can you say "Little Shop of Horrors"? We have a wide variety of puppy toys all over the house, but Jackson prefers people parts and their coverings, and metal (i.e. cabinet knobs, zippers). Wooden furniture parts will do in a pinch....

That's it for now at . . .

8 comments:

Lauren said...

Oh my goodness, if it wasn't for the still-a-puppy-under-there looks, he'd actually be scary. That last photo needs to be submitted somewhere! Thanks to Action Jackson/Piranha Boy, I'm fully awake now. Wow!

carol said...

Oh yes. Puppy teeth. And their need to chew. By mistake, I left a leash tied to a fence panel where Blizzard could get to it. The next day, I had two pieces of a leash. I still love him though.

Beth in WI said...

That third photo is truly frightening. Any chance it will become a Halloween card next year? LOL

Kim Nikolai said...

Oh, been there! I've had two puppies to raise this year and am very thankful they are now 10 mos. and 7 mos. old. They are finally starting to settle down although the younger one still likes to occasionally try out things she shouldn't chew on, most recently my niddy noddy! Naughty girl!

Lois said...

If only the destruction were age-limited or predictable! Our youngest BC, Finn, got over the intense chewing fairly quickly; we thought all was well. But when he was 8 months old), we had a farm/house sitter here while we visited our son and daughter. It was exceptionally cold, so the house-sitter left Finn inside one day when she had to be away. Finn ATE a 10 inch hole in one of our favorite rugs!!! Yes, we adore him anyway....

Nancy K. said...

That third photo made me gasp! It's got my vote.

I'm still dealing with Bella's need to chew. She loves to grab my arm when I'm walking out to the barn to feed the animals and practically walks on her hind legs, dragging me by the arm the whole way. She's also been known to ignore ALL of her toys and stuffed chews, when I leave her locked in my bedroom while I'm at work ~ only to drag them all out into the living room and devour them when I get home....gotta love those pups!

Wishing you and your's a Merry Christmas and Happy, Healthy New Year!

Kathy said...

There's nothing better than a good game of Bitey-Chew!

Sabrina Wille Erickson said...

Michelle,
The boys and I laughed so hard at your photos. Thank you for the awesome vision of puppy teeth.