Tripawd Working Dog Asks, “Dude, Where’s My Couch?”

A Tripawd working dog needs his couch after a long day on the ranch, but his dad had other plans.

Tripawd office dog

I don’t know why humans do the things they do. Take for example, my Dad’s latest project: building a desk for himself.

“Dad, what happened to my couch?”

Before we got to the ranch for summer, me and him used to sit on my couch during the day. I was hoppy to share it. He would bang on his computer machine, and I would snooze. Or, when my friend Austin visited, we took over my couch and Dad got to sit at the kitchen table.

Tripawd Couch Dogs
“Guess we’ll have to crash at your house now, Austin.”

But every day Dad would say “Ouch” “Ugh” “Grr” when he would stand up after working all day. Mom said “It’s your back. You need a real desk for work.”

Then after one back ache too many, Dad got mad at the couch desk. So he tore it out. And then I knew we were in trouble.

Tripawd Work Dog
“Uh dad, are you building me a new couch?”

It didn’t take him very long to build his desk. And everyone thinks it’s great. But I sure don’t. No more couch for me.

Tripawd Work Dog
Where do I sleep now?

That’s OK though. A Tripawd working dog like me has plenty of other things to do around here. Like help Dad at his other job on the ranch.

Tripawd Ranch Dog
“Hey Dad, remember, safety first!”

Or just watch the office with mom.

Tripawd Office Dog
“But Mom, why do you gotta go to work?”

That’s my life as a Tripawd working dog. But it’s not all work and no play. Wanna see what else I’ve been up to this summer on the ranch? I knew you did!

Author: wyattraydawg

I am Wyatt Ray Dawg, Tripawd Extraordinaire, and Leg-A-Cy to my hero, Jerry G. Dawg. My pawrents are Jim and Rene, creators of Tripawds.com.

4 thoughts on “Tripawd Working Dog Asks, “Dude, Where’s My Couch?””

  1. Awww Wyatt. I am so sorry you don’t have a couch anymore to sleep on. πŸ™ You need a big barker bed those are so comfy you won’t miss your couch anymore. It sure looks like you have been busy helping at the ranch a lot. Stay safe and healthy

    xoxox
    Michelle & Angels Sassy & Bosch

  2. WHAAAAT?????? RULE NUMBER ONE: NEVVVVER, EVVVVER SEPARATE A DAWG FROM THEIR COUCH!!!! And all for a desk for a COMPUTER??? A COMPUTER??? OMD! The horror of it all!😠😠

    Quite an extreme so-called-solution for a bad back, when there is an answer that could help you keep your couch!! It’s called…are you ready Wyatt? It’s called a TAVLET and a CHAIR!! The tavlet sits on your Dad’s lap while he’s sitting in a chair! big chair, just a little one that doesn’t take up much space. Tavlets aren’t space hogs loke computers are. BAM! You have yoir couch back and don’t have to move into Austin’s house!😁😁

    Geez! It’s a wonder you could get any ranch work done without being avle to resr on your couch.πŸ˜₯

    Now, I am thrilled to hear you got some good R&R swim time jn. And you look real good Wyatt. A happy boy indeed😊 You do have a beautiful slice of nature to do your swimming and ranch work in.

    And yeah, I agree with Michelle. A Big Barker Bed would be somewhat of a compromise for no longer having a couch. Or maybe you could sleep in bed with your Mom. Your Dad could take some pillows and sleep on the desk with his BFF computerπŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜Ž

    Love to all!
    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

  3. Dang why didn’t I think of a chair? You are smart, Sally! If only I had told my peeps about that one, maybe I’d have a couch.

    I like the idea of turning Dad’s desk into a bed at night!

  4. Thanks Michelle. If only a Big Barker bed would fit in our dog house on wheels. Nope, ain’t gonna happen.

    But yeah I’ve been a busy ranch dawg that’s for sure. I’m so tired at night it doesn’t even matter where I sleep.

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