Jon Farleigh: Flight
Dewi: See below.
In the relatively short time that he's been in my family, I only know of three things that Dewi isn't fond of:
- Going in the x-pen when the humans are leaving.
- Going "night-night" in his
- The Dremel.
However, instead of running away and hiding from these things (like Jon Farleigh - who, incidentally, is perfectly okay with the x-pen and going "night-night" ), or scratching my eyes out (hyperbole), like the cats, Dewi prefers to drop to the floor, roll over and transform into a tentacled, gelatinous blob, as illustrated below:
"Did you just say 'Dremel'?"
"I won't look."
"Aieeeeeeeeeee! Help meeeeeeeeeee!!"
"I'm still not looking."
|So Dewi chose to lie on the floor like a limp squid. It was his only defense.|
And because Corgis are long-backed dogs, needing proper hind-quarter support when being lifted, it is impossible for me to get him out of this position (without risking spinal injury - to us both) unless I roll him back over and hoist him up -- like a wayward barn animal on a cliff being air-lifted by a helicopter.
It is hilarious. :)
What does your dog(s) do to get out of doing something "unpleasant"?
Hope your weekend is pleasant and "squid"-free (unless it's battered and fried, with a squirt of lemon)!