I think that Leonard has gotten the message.
The problem is he keeps knocking the human out.
Leonard has had 3 broken noses, 5 neck dislocations and has lost 6 teeth. You would thing he would get prepared. It’s that "Girlie Gazette , he loses all sense of time.
“Okay Scooter, I’ll take you out …
… as soon as I get back from the hospital."
You would think he should have learned by now. Scooter doesn’t take no for an answer.
“Yes” doesn’t help if you can’t stand because of injuries.
This is one reason I tell you guys that all those other dogs… especially the little dogs… are NOT Scooter.
The real Scooter is smart, multi-talented, and BIG… and what Scooter wants, Scooter gets… including walks, magazines, his stamp collection…
and the attention of Miss Millie High-Maintenance, whom, BTW, Mr. Van Amerongen named, not one of us.
Leonard, on the other hand, goes for a bit of a scrape…
Whatever Scooter wants he gets…woof..woof!
When Ballard St dogs start learning from cats, you know things are going to get bad.
Not so sure about that walk thing, more like getting in position for a romantic encounter.
My cat has a cat door, so she can go out whenever she wants. However, when she wants to go for a walk she makes it increasingly obvious to the point of putting her paw on the door knob. She gets to see more, safely, and with affection stops when she gets me to go with her.
Hey you in there, what part of WALK don’t you understand?
Sometimes it’s necessary to get very firm when training humans.
Your walk will be delayed while Leonard figures out how to escape.
oh Scooter Scooter Scooter hahahaha
Scooter really gets his point across!
I Love Scooter!
And this would be Scooter’s last day indoors.