Hu-dad is on a roll messing up our bowls. After our last RV trip, he cleaned our dog bowls at home and forgot to reload them, so we didn’t have our bowls at WinterFest Smoky Style. He decided it wasn’t a big deal because he had paper bowls in the RV to serve us in substitution.

tastes like dinner

Still tastes like dinner.

We think maybe it is Qannik’s diet, but when he got to the bottom of the bowl, he didn’t stop eating. Yes, Qannik tried to eat the bowl.


Maybe Qannik thought it was dessert.


  1. dani on March 2, 2015 at 3:02 pm

    Our husky loves paper, she shreds, and shreds, and shreds, and then she eats it. We have to really watch, if it’s gotten too quiet and she isn’t by me, she has probably stolen a napkin or paper plate or the mail or a coloring book off the table, and is hiding under it. Other than that she is velcroed to me. Funny she’s never tried to counter surf or take food off the table, but she can’t resist paper.

  2. Linda on March 2, 2015 at 10:56 am

    My mutt LOVES paper! Newspaper, facial tissue, toilet tissue, napkins, wrapping paper. It is her greatest joy if you hand her junk mail & envelopes. We must put the toilet paper supply up on a shelve or we will find entire rolls shredded under the master bed, LOL!

  3. Mom 'n Ice on March 2, 2015 at 3:13 am

    Ice sez: Well, it WAS soft and chewy, not hard and “clanky” like a normal “supper dish”!

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