Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Sierra's scoop

Hi there everyone, I hope you're having a great Tuesday. Today I tried on my new harness for car rides. I am very proud of it. There is soft white fur on the inside and it fits just right. Buckle me in and lets go. I used to wear Teddy Bear's puppy harness, but one day Daddy forgot to click in one side properly. It was poking me in my rib cage and really bugging me. So I chewed on it for a bit and then a little more just to soften it up and before I knew it I had accidentally swallowed a paw length piece of nylon strap. Ooopsie! It took a week for me to regurgitate it so believe me I'll never let that happen again. Mommy was pretty upset at first but then said she was just glad I was alright. Mommy and Daddy were too frugal to buy a harness for me. They didn't want me to ruin another harness by swallowing a piece of it. Guess what? They went to Petco the other day and saw my new harness. It didn't have a price tag so they went to ask the manager how much it would be and he said $5 since it was discontinued. It was too good to pass up. I really enjoy being free in the car but Daddy's says safety first!


  1. How khool fur woo!

    They were in the right place at the right time to see that!

    I did get a chukhkle out of your re-engineering but woo aren't supposed to chew AND swallow!


  2. We're glad you were okay after swallowing the harness strap, Sierra!
    How cool that you got the deal of the century at Petco!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. your new harness looks nice! you needed your own anyways

  4. Congrats on your new harness!! We are so glad that you are buckled up for safety too!!


  5. Safety first, indeed! It would horrible if you got thrown or worse if dad had to suddenly slam on his brakes. This harness looks very comfy. Wear it in health!

  6. Hi Sierra:

    Your new harness looks mighty spiffy! I know exactly what you mean about parents - geez. My brother and I can't go in the car - even just down the road - without our harnesses on. My mom was able to adjust it so I can still move around and stand up in the window, though. I guess they are so concerned about safety because they love us so much.