I'm going to have to teach Remy and Shama to cook, or at least how to make a simple sandwich! However, they've shown no interest in wanting to learn how to cook, or in any food preparation, for that matter.
Some days I'd settle for just the bottle, after work.
Echoing Joanne. And I don't work.Cute chef though.
I'd teach our pooches how to cook but, no... I know the kind of thing Abby likes to eat!
Oh my, cuteness overload :)
He's probably just going to heat some Purina Human Food!!
A pup that can poor wine...priceless!
What an adorable little guy....sure wish I had someone who understood what a 'ruff' day is.
Sweet dog, and very clever about what is needed after a ruff day.
Lee; Angel has no interest apart from eating and even if he could open the freezer, he probably couldn't reach the microwave.Joanne; make mine a large hot&sweet coffee, we'll think about dinner later.Elephant's Child; I don't care about the wine, but if that cutie could cook me a steak that would be just fine.Jacquelineand...; dogs will eat anything, so if you teach yours to cook, they can just make extra for themselves.Vicki; true :)fishducky; do Purina make human food?joeh; and he'll lick up the spills too.Delores; wouldn't that be wonderful to come home to?Andrew; I don't have so many ruff days now, but I sure wish Angel could at least turn on the kettle when he hears the key in the lock.
That little dog looks so dashing in his tux - a “ruff” day would just melt away at the sight!
Susan F; coming home to a cute chef and a cooked meal would certainly soothe away any ruff feelings.