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The Twelve Days of Christmas – (puppy home and garden version)

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On the First day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
A Poopee in the Laundry

On the Second day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Two Traumatized sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Third day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Fourth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the laundry

On the Fifth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Sixth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Seventh day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a poopee in the laundry

On the Eighth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Eight Impressive Planting Holes
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry.

On the Ninth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Nine Filthy windows
Eight Impressive Planting Holes
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Tenth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Ten Unwanted Soaker Hoses
Nine Filthy windows
Eight Impressive Planting Holes
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Eleventh day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Eleven Customized Shoes
Ten Unwanted Soaker Hoses
Nine Filthy windows
Eight Impressive Planting Holes
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

On the Twelfth day of Christmas
my puppy gave to me:
Twelve Dead Plants
Eleven Customized Shoes
Ten Unwanted Soaker Hoses
Nine Filthy windows
Eight Impressive Planting Holes
Seven Sleepless Nights
Six Mangled Stockings
Five Puddles of Pee.  In the house.
Four Broken Ornaments
Three Emptied Wastebaskets
Two Traumatized Sheep
and a Poopee in the Laundry

About dfenzi

I'm a professional dog trainer who specializes in building relationship in dog handler teams who compete in dog sports. My personal passions are Competitive Obedience and no force (motivational) dog training. I travel throughout the world teaching seminars on topics related to Dog Obedience and Building Drives and Motivation. I own Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, a comprehensive online school for motivational training of performance sport dogs.

8 responses »

  1. Ahhh, Belgian inspiration. Except for the traumatized sheep, I have been gifted with all those things, too. Thanks for a good laugh. ( :

    Merry Christmas!

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  2. Very funny and too true!

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  3. Ah yes, definitely a Spritepup kind of Christmas carol!! Well written and thanks for the chuckle! 😀 Merry Christmas!

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  4. Reblogged this on Denise Fenzi and commented:

    Written when Lyra was a puppy but one again applicable….

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  5. Very clever Denise 🙂

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  6. Sounds like a fine traditional Chiristmas!
    It’s 2 am in Basel Switzerland. Christmas will arrive shortly and loudly!
    Have a.Merry one as time rolls round to you
    Love from Mary

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  7. That’s what terriers do ,,, join the club (:(:(:(: ,, never a dull moment !😊🎄🎈🎅

    Reply

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