This is our dog Harley.
He's a big, old dog. At his last vet visit he weighed 94lbs and we think he is at least 12 years old. He has only been part of our family for 5 years. Before that he was my brother's constant companion. Needless to say my brother spoiled him. Shamelessly. He fed him human food all the time, in fact I am not sure he ever ate dog food. Harley also was fed candy bars. I know what they say about dogs and chocolate....it doesn't apply to Harley. At one point my brother had to get rid of Harley and it broke his heart. He called me and asked if we would take him. I wasn't too sure of the idea of taking him, but for my brother I said yes.
Fast forward 5 years and Harley is every bit part of the family. He spends most of his days outside. In the winter he sleeps in the sunshine and in the summer he spends his time in the shade...usually in a hole that he has dug to get down to cool dirt. At night we let him sleep in the house. The first thing he does when he comes in the house is crawl under the table looking for a snack...and in this house it is a good bet he will find one.
Last night we had bean burritos for dinner...yeah I know not what was on the menu. Anywho...a couple of kidlets didn't finish theirs. I know shocking. So I gave Harley some of the leftovers and I think Big Daddy gave him some also.
There are somethings you shouldn't share with a big, old dog and refried beans are one of them!
I have left the windows opened in the room he slept in last night to help get rid of the odor.