German shepherd to owner: Of course I know my fur is all over the couch! It’s called fur-niture!!
Returning dog food. Apparently I got the wrong kind and Lily don’t like the change.
Amazon hasn’t been able to stock or deliver the kind of wet food I’ve been getting for Lily for the past year. Stopped by to pick up an alternate.
Who needs a pomodoro timer when this woof asks for belly rubs every 10 minutes?
We got Lily, a German Shepherd rescue, almost a year ago this month in the same situation. Hit by car with pelvis, legs, and ankle broken (while pregnant). She’s also awfully sweet too given her past trauma. But be prepared for all the shedding! #germanshedder #furminator
Wow! I had a long hair cat named Tycho who maybe had one hairball in 12 years, but my German shepherd Lily who I’ve only had for about 6 months, just yakked up the biggest hairball I’ve ever seen in my entire life. I specifically used the word yakked because that’s about the size and level of hairiness of what I had to clean up.
Back to civilization — with Lily
I had a long hair cat named Tycho (a Maine coon/Russian Gray mix?) for 12 years, and I don’t think in his entire life he shed as much fur as my German Shepherd Lily has shed in the past two weeks. (This doesn’t count the 20 pounds of fur I’ve bushed off of her with a Furminator in the past week either.)
Time to buy a robot vacuum cleaner I think.
Checkup — with Lily