Peeps In Training

Let’s sing a song, shall we? To the tune of “Old McDonald Had a Farm” – everybody ready? Sing along now…

Old McStuart has some peeps. E-I-E-I-O. And these two peeps, they had a leash… E-I-E-I-O.

Here a leash….

There a leash….

Everywhere a leash, leash….

Old McStuart has some peeps. E-I-E-I-O.

Then these peeps forgot the leash. E-I-E-OH-NO!!!!!!

OK. Enough of the song. You get the idea. See, the peeps took me on my morning constitutional today and, well, I just had to teach them a little lesson. A little “Peeps In Training” so to speak.

A small truck went by Our house pulling a trailer. I. Don’t. Like. Trailers. They. Make. Noise.

I tried to eat the tires.

What You Learned Today:

  • I had to teach the peeps a lesson.
  • Leashes are made to be used.
  • Especially when trucks pulling trailers go past me. No matter how slowly.
  • I don’t care how “good” I am off lead, I’m still a person of the canine variety and need to be leashed up from time to time.
  • NOTE TO PEEPS: Use the leash my friends. One day, I might not live to tell about the time I tried to eat the truck tires and scare you to death.

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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13 Responses to Peeps In Training

  1. Oh dear – what a brain worm you’ve unleashed there Stuart! E-I-E-I-O (no)! Trailer trash be gone 😀

  2. Angel&Chaos says:

    Hey Stuart! check out our latest post, we just nominated you

    Love and wet kissies,
    Angel and Chaos

  3. STAY AWAY FROM MOVING VEHICLES, and yes we did, Dad bought the tickets, HeeHeeHee


  4. Oh, yikes, Stu – so glad I was not around to witness your near disaster. Though I would have been happy to resuscitate your peep! They are so good to me. You watch yourself while I am out of the ‘hood for a few days. I up in the country checking out all the great smells. I already found an animal bone when Mama and I went walks this evening! Happy happy, joy, joy. E I E I O

  5. Well, just so you know, it was ME, Emma P. Buttercup – not Vintage Christmas who said the previous comment. Mama really screwed the one up….

  6. Kyla says:

    Trailers are sort of OK. I hate construction equipment. Horses also. Garbage trucks too. OK, the list of stuff I love is shorter and it is all edible.

  7. Piper MacT says:

    I have a major hate on for those 50cc scooters myself, if dad ever forgets to have me on the leash, I’ll soon sort them out…

  8. Daisy says:

    Oh dear, sounds like something dangerous. We have to wear ours when we’re near streets, but luckily we have lots of areas that we can run FREE in.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  9. Hoke says:

    YOu tried to eat those tires like I try to eat vacula!!! Gotta be careful though cause they have fangs! Right now I’m sitting on the back of my couch watching the world go by like a CAT!!!!! AHAHHAH I’d like to chase a cat right now!

  10. Yikes! That was a dangerous lesson to teach your peeps, but sometimes we have to take risks for their education.

  11. Oooohhh, that’s a scary lesson – I did that a few weeks back and my Two Legged Ones are still recovering. Leashes aren’t the best fun in the world but sometimes, boy are they good for us to use!



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