Thursday, November 13, 2008

Thor!

Thor was watching my dearly beloved, hoping for handouts of cake. Of course, he doesn't get fed from the table. When your dog can put his head on the table without stretching, you do not want to admit that any food ever gets to the table.
And, since Thor missed his day last week, here's a picture of him helping Mark carve his jack o'lantern. Thor helps by eating any seeds or pulp left on the floor, which
we tried to keep to a minimum. Evidently, dogs can be herbivores, too.

14 comments:

Channon said...

What a sweetie! My dogs have always liked their fruits and veggies...

Paula said...

Thor is so patient and sweet!
Elise loves veg foods too and we had to move our pumpkins up high because she kept trying to eat them.

I was late getting DoT up this morning, so I added you to this weeks Mr. Linky.

gaylen said...

I love that look on Thor's face and the fact that he crosses his legs at the ankles - so delicate for such a big boy! Lucy does the same and it just cracks me up.

My guys all love fruits and veggies - very funny. g

Pooch said...

Love your gorgeous Thor!! I've always had a special place in my heart for big dogs. He certainly out-sizes my Boxers!!

:)

A Blog In The Rough said...

I discovered by accident that dogs like spaghetti squash too, who knew?!

Charli and me said...

Thor is so adorable! I love the way he has his paws crossed in the first picture.

soulbrush said...

ha ha he's huge compared to my snuffs!

The Blonde Duck said...

Thor is a cultured dog--he eats only the finest of scraps!

Serendipity said...

Thor is adorable! Where as he can just put his face on the table, mine would be jumping onto the chair to reach the table.

Pam said...

I was having Thor withdrawals. He just melts my heart.

Darius T. Williams said...

Awww - we love Thor!

LOL @ him being a herbivore!

-DTW
www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

Kitty M said...

Argh Thor is looking very handsome in this piccie. I like his crossed paws x

Grace said...

what a priss-pot--i love it! :)

Pam said...

So cute, I love it when they cross their paws.