-sighs- I really need a new 'hoover'...

United States
February 23, 2008 12:48pm CST
I had to put my old one down a year ago and the one I have now doesn't work very well. It only picks up certain tidbits/crumbs and leaves the rest for me to have to pick up. I'm ready for a new one but I'm playing the 'wait' game knowing that the 'right' one will come along eventually. Sad cause there was one on my route a month ago..Lab mix older pup that the owners really didn't care much for but b4 I could ask them if I could have her, someone stole her. So friendly..just needed spaying/training and she would of made an excellent 'hoover'. Who else here in mylot loves their 'hoovers'?
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• United States
23 Feb 08
haha at first i really thought you were talking about a vacuum untill i read more into it. im very sorry you had to put your 'hoover' down. and i know how it goes playing the wait game. i really want to stress adopting from the shelter. i love my 'hoover'. she pickes up eveything [food or not]. i sometimes use her as a preclean dishwasher. untill she tries to eat the plates. haha.
• United States
25 Feb 08
aww im sorry that you couldn't adopt, but i do have GREAT respect for you, wanting to rescue a dog!
@gabs8513 (48715)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb 08
My 'Hoover' has it a mind of it owns he is very fussy what he picks up but I don't mind I still love him lol
• United States
25 Feb 08
LOL So does mine but I love the big horse regardless. I think he also misses my other 'hoover', Shady cause they used to play together all the time.
@polachicago (19073)
• United States
23 Feb 08
My 'hoovers' are lazy, no help from them at all. Not only, but also they have tendency to mess up with their food, and I have to clean it all.... I am sure you can find you 'hoover' soon.... HUGS!
• United States
25 Feb 08
Thanks pola. My hoover, Dom, is very picky with human food so most dropped food ends up being picked up by me to throw away. Shady used to inhale everything that was dropped. lol