Archive for Babysitters

Oct
02

Doggy gets Furminated

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Looking cool, and Furminated

Dog hair in your coffee? From the looks of it, our English Yellow Lab Casey is happy when we use our Furminator, the dog hair deshedding tool.

If you are having trouble with dog hair on your couch, dog hair on your bed, dog hair on the rug, dog hair in your coffee, or dog hair in your mouth, it is time you get yourself a Furminator. Your pet (dog or cat) will love the 10 minutes you will spend deshedding them and you won’t have any more dog hair in your coffee.

Well, maybe you will worry about it just a little less. Control dog hair today and have a happy face like Casey’s stare at you with love.

   

Furminator, long hair and short hair deshedding tools
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Sep
10

Babysitter Not Wanted

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Dog alerts Parents that the Babysitter is not Welcomed

After 5 months of having her as a babysitter, the dog becomes aggressive towards her only to find out that she was abusing the toddler. Live 5 news reported a story today that is astonishing and brings chills to any Parent.

According to the article at Live5News.com, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jordan hired a 22-year-old Babysitter named Alexis Khan to care for their seven-month-old son, Finn, while they went to work. Her background was clear thus they were happy they had found someone.

Their dog Killian however became aggressive towards the babysitter whenever she would arrive and enter door. As she got closer to their son, the more aggressive he became. This drew suspicion and the Jordan’s came up with a plan.

They decided to place an iPhone under the couch so that they could hear what was going on while they were at work. When they came home, they listened to the recording and were horrified with what they heard.

From Live5News.com:

About five months into her being our baby sitter, we started to notice that our dog was very protective of our son when she would come in the door,” Jordan said. “He was very aggressive towards her and a few times we actually had to physically restrain our dog from going towards her.

It started with cussing,” Jordan said. “Then you hear slap noises and his crying changes from a distress cry to a pain cry. I just wanted to reach through the audio tape, go back in time and just grab him up.

To know that five months I had handed my child to a monster, not knowing what was going on in my house for that day,” said Jordan.

The story is courtesy of: Live5News.com, where you will find updates as they become available.

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