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I then walked to the stove only to slip on the big puddle of drool left by Pablo.

Tsk-tsk, Chris - better train that dog not to drool.

Actually, I can really relate to this one too. Patience Briard is one of those fuzz-faced dogs - that is, she has a beard and moustache. (Don't laugh, everyone - she *is* a girly-girl in spite of all the facial hair.) She doesn't drool, but after every drink of water her mop-like face drips a trail of water across the floor. And yes, slipping on it is a regular occurrence at my house.
Hmmm - perhaps I could train her to stand with her head above the water bowl until her beard is dry...
Dianne
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Oh well indeed. I've heard tell that people fall on ... not), so this mishap probably couldn't be blamed on Ender.

Or with only peripheral interference.. Our first winter here, thus our first real winter at all, I tripped over frozen dogshit under some frozen leaves in the park and skinned my hands.

Not on the frozen dog ***, I hope.
Mustang Sally
She doesn't drool, but after every drink of water her mop-like face drips a trail of water across the floor. And yes, slipping on it is a regular occurrence at my house.

I thought that everyone had this problem. I swear that Rocky is still drinking as he's walking away from the dish. Even the Garfield and Odie placemat doesn't contain the drippings.

Friday, OTOH, is very tidy and often helps out by licking excess water from Rocky's dripping flews.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
Not on the frozen dog ***, I hope.

That's what's known to skiers as "brown klister."

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She doesn't drool, but after every drink of water her ... slipping on it is a regular occurrence at my house.

I thought that everyone had this problem. I swear that Rocky is still drinking as he's walking away from the dish. Even the Garfield and Odie placemat doesn't contain the drippings.

All my other collies have been neat, tidy drinkers except for Pablo. He'll gulp a big mouthful at the end and then lets the water run out of his mouth as he walks away. So I have much experience comparing the attributes and unique characteristics between slipping on a drool puddle verses a water puddle. It could be due to my sheet vinyl flooring but IMHO, a drool pool is way slicker.
Chris and her smoothies
Pablo and Lucy Goose
I was chatting with my coworkers the other day and the conversation drifted to pets, and then to stories of ... to people, and not just by biting. How many here have been injured by dogs, or know someone who has?

Sasha jumped up to lick me chin once just as I was bending down to pick up a stick that was in front of her. Her noggin took out my two front teeth. Damn that dog has a hard head
LOL Yeah my dogs like to head-butt too. I also noticed when they were older puppies they both loved to try to trip me when I was cooking. That resulted in them not being allowed in the kitchen while I was cooking or while we were eating. LOL
And since my older girl hates getting a bath, I did once pull my back out while lifting all 70 pounds of her into the tub. After cursing like a sailor that day, she now hops right in. LOL
~J
I was chatting with my coworkers the other day and the conversation drifted to pets, and then to stories of ... to people, and not just by biting. How many here have been injured by dogs, or know someone who has?

i got a new one, just today. i was lying on my bed, and Lola jumped up to join me. her foot landed on my face. i have a huge scratch across my cheek today.
-kelly