This is another edition of JoJo’s Journal….bark! This week I can’t wait to show you my new toy. Actually, it is not really a toy, although I have a lot of fun with it and play with it almost every day. It is actually a piece of equipment that I have fallen in love with since my roommates here on Glen Road brought it home for me. What is it? You all know my love for diamonds, pearls and treats, but it’s none of these. Here it is…the big reveal. It is a doggy high chair and here I am sitting in it!
I mainly sit in my high chair during meal time on Glen Road. It took my roommates some time to figure out that I was not running under the table and barking at them during meal time because I wanted to eat. That is just silly as I have my own food and treats. I don’t want their food as well. I just wanted that eye-level boost that keeps me from feeling left out. I want to see everyone at eye level and be able to listen and join in on the conversation. This clip-on high chair is a great alternative to having to pick me up and sit me in your lap while you are trying to eat. That’s not comfortable for anyone involved. My high chair makes me feel a part of the dinner crowd and now I don’t have to make a nuisance of myself in order to be a part of the action. I love it!
Let me tell you how my high chair works. My high chair clips on to tables or counter tops up to two inches thick using the same rubber-grip technology used in child clip-on booster chairs. Easy-slide straps help to adjust the height of my high chair without tools. That’s good because Glen Road is not known to be very good with using tools. There are two inner tether straps that can connect to my leash to keep me safely inside the high chair. I have to tell you that we don’t really use this feature as I am thrilled to be in my high chair and would never jump out. Recently, I’ve wanted to take several of my daily naps in the high chair. It is so comfortable. My high chair is made of easy-clean nylon with an inner, removable cushion for my comfort. You know that I am the Queen. The best part–it is machine washable for those rare times I eat a little treat inside of it and get it a little dirty. I do need to tell you this….it is only for small pets up to 10 pounds. Big dogs need not apply. Thank god because there would be nothing more ridiculous than seeing an 80 pound dog hanging off your counter top. 🙂 You can find my high chair and other pet items at a great website called Doctors Foster and Smith, http://www.drsfostersmith.com. Feel free to see more pictures of me in my high chair in the gallery below. I’m glad you stopped by again at Acorns On Glen and caught up with me….bark. I’ll see you next time! What crazy toys or equipment do you have in your home for your furry pet?
JoJo I am noticing your high chair also perfectly coordinates to the color of your fur and the countertop. I would expect no less from a glamorous girl like yourself. You are one lucky Yorkie!
Thanks for commenting Dianna. Yes, my stylist ensured that everything matched. I don’t want the Fashion Police after me. Come back and visit again.
It was bad enough that you summarily dismissed my offer to be your companion, but now you have to flaunt your fine table basket. I’m sure the next thing you’ll show us is a golden water bowl or diamond-studded collar, something like that. We don’t have such luxuries here at Drumbore Farm. I have to pretend that valuable human objects are playthings, and then I tear them apart. I also like to claw the expensive rugs. For some reason the woman who runs the place acts all huffy about it and usually throws me back outside. It’ll be a cold day in hell when I get to sit at eye level with the humans.
The worst thing is, you’re so darn cute in your precious basket! Life isn’t fair!
Thanks for your comment Chloe. I think you are flirting with me. However, even if we were together, I would not have room in my high chair for you. You would take offense with that and then things would go downhill and we would divorce. I wouldn’t be able to take that. Quit clawing and get diva like. Lay around, lick things that are expensive and come lay in bed with your roommates and your issues will be over. If that doesn’t work, get a manicure and quit shredding stuff. That’s a big step forward. Come and visit me again…bark.
This is Dolly your friend from Iowa. Sorry to be so late getting back to you but the lady of the house went to work at her old company to help them out. She, being the best typist in this house, I had to be worked into her schedule.
I love your chair but being a large Labradoodle does have it’s advantages. I just stand on my hind feet and I am as tall as a six foot human. Jo-Jo how come allot of humans do not like a friendly kiss. Some even have the nerve to call the kiss slobbers.
My friends Sophie and Simon are coming to visit for the weekend. We are a great time.
Have to go now. Must get some rest before my guest arrive tomorrow.
I really do like your chair and so glad your owners love you like mine do me.
Hi Dolly. I’m glad you got Carolkin to finally type us a letter. You are six feet tall when you jump on your hind legs? Wow, I am probably a little over a foot. Come back and visit us soon.