Bull and Bear Jordan are a portion of the sweetest lunch brigands you’ll ever meet. The adorable mastiff-Labrador pooches are huge, intense, and willing to do anything for a tidbit. They welcome each guest to mother Carol’s home in Smithfield, Virginia like an old companion. What’s mine is yours and what’s yours is mine, isn’t that so?
The evidence Recently, Carol got a notice from her mail bearer that read, “Hello, I drove up to convey a bundle and both of the puppies crept in my truck. They got into my lunch and ate an egg and a few carrots and some pumpkin seeds. I don’t know whether that will irritate their stomachs! Just FYI!” Aghast, Carol rapidly set up together a statement of regret note from the canines.The culprits Carol (and Bull and Bear) included a Subway gift card with a note from the dogs, which read “Sorry we ate your lunch.
Thank you for sharing! P.S. Our humans said thank you for leaving a note. We didn’t like the note. We got in trouble.” Bull and Bear apologize Carol shared another story about her dogs, this time from the FedEx guy. “We also heard from our FexEx driver that they went in his van when he was leaving a package and one sat in the driver’s seat and one in the passenger seat like they were going for a drive!”
The peace offering And a family friend shared this one! “They greeted me the same way when I delivered the water tank, door open, both inspected the front seat, and then helped me unload the water tank. I somehow think the only thing that intimidates strangers is their size and not their bite.” Anyone who’s ever shared their life with a Labrador or Lab mix knows that the stomach triumphs over the brain every time. Much thanks to Carol of Sesroh Tack Shoppe for letting us share her story.