My Rottie, Princess, has been through so many doctor visits this year, I thought this story was appropriate.
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You want me to get into the car? 
Let me see, the first time I went with you, they cut off my favorite body part and now I'll never be the same.  The next time, that mean woman in the white jacket stabbed me with a needle for no apparent reason. 
Even when they don't hurt me, you make me wear that ridiculous hat and put it on upside down so I can't clean myself. 
That's why I left you a present in the kitchen this morning.  December 21st can't come soon enough.  Rescue me from Earth my Siriusian brothers!


Erin Leary
3/16/2012 03:20:30 am

I liked the ending a lot - made me smile. Mine is here: http://erinleary.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/flash-friday-fiction/

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 04:31:08 am

Glad you liked it!

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Lora
3/16/2012 03:23:31 am

Hi... Your Rottle Princess story was comical until the sad ending with the Dec. 21st doomsday prediction. Hope it's not true. Here's mine:
www.triplemoonstar.blogspot.com

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3/16/2012 03:26:29 am

The ending was intended to be comical as well. Sirius is better known as "The Dog Star" :)

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3/16/2012 03:41:43 am

Awww the dreaded neutering! And the silly Elizabethan collar. They always look so sad and dopey wearing those. What a great job describing this from a dog's POV.

My drabble is here: http://quillshiv.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/dichromatic/

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 04:31:46 am

Thank you. Reading yours now.

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3/16/2012 04:02:26 am

Very funny, I think all dogs share the same feeling about the vets. I was in there with mine one day when the door opened and a large squeaky toy was thrown in. Fully five minutes later, after much heaving and shoving the patient came in. Your story reminded me so much of this episode. Great one.

http://castelsarrasin.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/straight-talking-friday-fictioneers-16-march-2012/

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 04:39:14 am

Thanks! I'm so sick of going to the vet's too. It's sad when they know your pet by name without looking at the record.

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3/16/2012 04:13:50 am

Love the last line!

Here's mine: http://teschoenborn.com/2012/03/15/friday-fictioneers-2/

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 04:37:55 am

Thank you!

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3/16/2012 05:07:14 am

Delightful! Well done.

Mine: www.vlgregory-circa1800.vpweb.com/blog.html

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ron pruitt
3/16/2012 05:14:11 am

Hi Wakefiled,
You really demonstrate a talent for writing humor in this story. Very funny stuff!Here's mine: http://bridgesareforburning.wordpress.com

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 05:30:24 am

Glad you approve :) Headed to yours now

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3/16/2012 05:34:54 am

LOL Humans suck, don't they? Great story, Wakefield.

Here's mine:
http://siobhanmuir.blogspot.com/2012/03/outside-of-dog-100words-for.html

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 05:37:02 am

:) Thanks Siobhan! Headed over to check yours out.

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littlewonder2
3/16/2012 07:51:33 am

Oh that is funny. I love that he's wishing on Sirius. Also, interesting insight into The Horrors of Being a Dog.

http://littlewonder2.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/friday-fictioneers-good-dog/

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Wakefield Mahon
3/16/2012 08:44:06 am

I'm so glad you like it! I'll read yours shortly!

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3/16/2012 08:14:21 am

Ahahahahaha. Just making its feelings about the situation know! Lol. Good job.

My attempt: http://unduecreativity.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/a-little-longer/

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3/16/2012 02:35:01 pm

Hahaha. I love it!! The Dog Star to the rescue. Great way to take a vet visit to Doomsday and alien visitors. :)

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3/18/2012 07:05:59 am

ROFL very funny! Loved this, the fella is right to be suspicious, and one day, they will turn the tables on us! Gulp. Great job, nice twist on the loyal canine angle.

My entry is over here: http://joannakneilson.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/flash-fiction-friday-send-mitsy/

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3/18/2012 01:16:22 pm

Heheh. Sounds about right.

Contrary to the stereotype brought about by bad owners, Rotties are about the biggest babies you'll ever see - and I DO mean that in a GOOD way. Of course, I wouldn't want to get one cross, but they truly are incredibly sweet.

Here's my story: http://wp.me/p24aJS-3m

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3/19/2012 03:40:53 am

Checking in late here, due to wild family party, but surprised to find so many otherworldly takes on man's best friend. Yours was a charmer!

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3/21/2012 07:49:13 am

Sounds so natural to hear the dog's thoughts on his vet visits. I don't blame him, lol. So you've named your male dog 'Princess'?

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Wakefield Mahon
3/21/2012 09:53:32 am

lol No Princess is a girl. She was recently spayed, I was using literary license ;)

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