Sunday, April 13, 2008

IN THE DOGHOUSE AT 7TH AND MONTANA ...!

                             

Tongues and tails were wagging this morning at 7th and Montana on speculation that Screenwriter Nat and his wife, Robin, might still be in the Doghouse weeks after what has become known as "The Great Grooming Incident of 2008."  The fun began several weeks ago when Joyce first noticed a "Puppy Pamper" truck parked in front of Nat and Robin's house on their usual Doggie Grooming Day.  For years, Nat and Robin have used another Groomer to keep their Bichon Frise, Einstein, Perfectly Puffed and Coiffed.  "Have you changed Dog Groomers?," Joyce asked, explaining that she had seen the Puppy Pamper Mobile in front of their house.  "Oh, no!," cried Nat, horrified.  "We haven't changed groomers and we were out of town that day ... If Our Usual Groomer drove by and saw that truck in front of our house, we'll be in Big Trouble!"  Apparently, their usual Groomer -- among the best in the business -- is a bit sensitive and it's likely that he saw the "Puppy Pamper" truck.  "He's great but he can be territorial ... just like his clients," explained Robin this morning.  For their sake, I just hope he doesn't decide to Mark his Territory ...!      

8 comments:

beckiepainton said...

oh my god its Tony Robinson!!Google that.This is turning into a bizarre game.Beckie x

deshelestraci said...

He does look like Tony Robinson.  Names changed to protect?!
Traci

tenyearnap said...

Einstein is perfectly poufed. I need to see his groomer myself. --Cin

princesssaurora said...

Ooooooh that could be messy!  LOL

be well,
Dawn
http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

kattytrick said...

I guess you could say that the Groomer ," Wouldn't be dog gone, He'd be long gone"...lol.....kittie

amy122389 said...

I need to find a groomer like that.  We took my cocker to get groomed today, but I hate dropping her off so they can stick her in a kennel and get to her whenever they want.  What's the point of an appointment if they do that?!  To add insult to injury, they were all pissy.  No wonder they work with dogs, 'cause their people skills leave a bit to be desired.

~Amy

rdautumnsage said...

I can understand their concern, it's hard to find someone your comfortable leaving your pet with. (Hugs) Indigo

mpnaz58 said...

Yikes...now that would be gross!!
xoxo ~Myra