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Monday, October 21, 2013

Monday Mischief: I/O Syndrome

Last night Toby contracted a most mischievous  disease during the Broncos/Colts game. This disease is some kind of psychosomatic nuisance known as I/O syndrome. Perhaps you know of it?

In/Out syndrome. In for 2 minutes, then out, then 30 seconds later back in, then...

Out please?

In, por favor?

Out?

Ahem, I'm waiting!

Out again please?
Actually he was polite about it, whining a little instead of his usual insistent bark. We never did figure out what was going on. Fortunately he's made a complete recovery today.

Do you ever suffer from I/O mischief?

16 comments :

Molly The Wally said...

Ancient Pip is the queen of I/O syndrome and always when something good is on TV. LOL. Have a marvellous Monday.
Best wishes Molly

Jackie Bouchard said...

Cute pics! My mom's angel dog had a serious case of that. In fact, my dad had a sweatshirt that said "Agenda for the day:
Let the dog in
Let the dog out
Let the dog in
Let the dog out
Let the dog in"

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Flea said...

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! My dog does that. ALL. DAY. LONG. I humor her, since the more outside time the dogs get, the less likelihood of a hawk attack.
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SlimDoggy said...

We used to have a very bad case of it...then we got a dog door and enjoyed a miraculous recovery!

Rebekah said...

Hahaha!! It is good to know that syndrome has a proper name!

2browndawgs said...

LOL Toby is doing a good job of training you. :) Brown dawgs have us trained too.

Misaki @ misadventuresofMisaki said...

I often pretend to want to go out, especially in the early hours of the morning, but once the door is open I change my mind hehehehe

Lauren Casper said...

just like picky-picky on Ramona Quimby. :D

houndstooth said...

Ha ha ha! Now I know what to call Flattery's condition! Oh, I'm glad we're not alone!

Ann Staub said...

BOL oh no! Shiner has been doing this to me lately too.

Madi and Mom said...

TOBY YOU HANDSOME THING...YOU CRACK ME UP. YOU MUST HAVE THOUGHT THE 2 LEGGERS NEEDED SOME EXERCISE
Hugs madi your bFFF

tubby3pug said...

tee hee Norbert is liek this too

urban hounds

KB Bear said...

Good job, Toby! R will join you in that game any day!

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Jessica @ YouDidWhatWithYourWeiner.com said...

I think somebody was jealous of the game and wanted attention :)

Janet Keefe said...

Oh yes, our golden retriever, Sheba, is the worst about this. She doesn't bark, but she scratches at the glass door. I'd give anything for a dog door, but we have indoor cats so we can't do it. Maybe someday, because I think that's the only real solution!
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