What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander, or You’ve Taught Me Well, Mason

Oh my, it is so weird being back in NY and living our NY life, but change is not so difficult for me. I think Mason has a harder time adjusting to a new schedule, rules, and environment. As long as I have a cozy spot on the couch or bed, tasty food, walkies, and cuddling time with Mom or Dad, I am fine. I think because Mom feels so bad about taking us away from the Cape she may have overdone the treats. What I mean is she gave us too many marrowbones and pizzles. Mason will kill me when he reads this!

Mom supplied us with the juiciest marrowbones and biggest pizzles ever last week, and Mason did what he always does…steal and hoard. I mean really, Mason, there were enough treats for an entire kennel of dogs! Because I am becoming smarter and stronger, I decided to take what I’ve learned from him and then apply it to the situation. So, when he wasn’t looking I took every marrowbone and pizzle, hauled them into my bed, and then crawled in with them. Mason came back into the room, looking all over for the treats, and then saw me chewing on one in my bed, surrounded by the entire lot of them. He came toward me as if to grab one and I let loose with the most threatening barking and growling I could muster up. Mom came running in to scold Mason and then froze in her tracks when she saw I was the one holding Mason at bay. I watched Mason look at her for help and then I felt bad, like I always do. He really is clueless…he just doesn’t get that a girl like me can be so fierce and aggressive. But guess what, he did back off and leave me alone.

The story doesn’t end here though. Yesterday, after Grandma left, Mom hauled out the most beautiful marrowbones ever, giving one to me and one to Mason. Because I really wasn’t interested in chewing at that time, I stayed curled up on the couch where I had a pretty good view of everything going on the room. Mason, thinking I was asleep and that Mom and Dad were busy doing something else, took his bone over to his bed and buried it under the pad. He even patted it down so it didn’t show so much and then, without a moment’s hesitation, he hopped into my bed and began chewing on my bone. Isn’t he the trickiest pug you’ve ever known? I giggled to myself because he thinks he is the master of his domain, but I saw the whole thing.

I guess you could say our days, even though we’re alone a lot, are never dull.

Love,

Lizzie

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Grandma took this photo Sunday morning at Tompkins Sq. Park. This is what Mason is sometimes. Hahahaha.

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I feel so bad about the last picture I had to include this one of us by a flower stall.

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4 responses to “What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander, or You’ve Taught Me Well, Mason

  1. Roxy, Blue and Bono

    Nice butt Mason! 😉

    Your pug fans,
    Roxy, Blue and Bono

  2. Lexie, Chloe & Coco's Mommy

    Love the pics, Lizzie! (ah, NYC…can’t wait to go back again someday!) And you tell great stories too…you should write more often (but don’t tell Mason I said that…it can be just between us girls!)
    *wink* 🙂

  3. Mason,

    What are those marrowbones and pizzles you talk about all the time? My mouth just waters thinking about them… My mom said we live in York, not New York, and that we don’t have such things here!

    Buster

    • Well, Buster, you do have those things…no matter where you live. Marrowbones can be obtained from any butcher…just ask for them…also known as knuckle bones, soup bones. It is the marrow inside them that we so adore.
      Pizzle sticks, aka, bullysticks are available at every pet store, or you may order them from Bullysticks online. They are dried bull_________. See one of my early blogs from last winter about their derivation. They are a taste of heaven…

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