Toby Time is slowly but surely gaining popularity (Go Toby!) and probably the best part is seeing all the strange ways visitors make their way to this site. Here are some of the strangest things people searched for in 2009 that led them to Toby Time:
can cavalier king charles wear a harness
Toby’s response: Yes, they can. In fact, they should!
cavalier king charles pumpkin
It is strange how many times people found Toby through variations of this search, including: cavalier dog pupkin, cavalier king charles spaniel pumpkin carving, cavalier king charles spaniel pumpkin carving template, cavalier king charles dogs in pumpkins, and can dogs eat pumpkin stem. Toby’s response to that last one: Yes, and apparently to no ill effect – see my Halloween blog post for proof!
how much is it to get king charles sprayed
I’m not sure what this person is trying to do, but I know this particular cavalier does not particularly like to be sprayed! On a related note, the person searching for Toby spray should know that Toby smells rather bad most of the time and any spray derived from or inspired by him would most likely be less than desirable.
1st birthday king
I hope this person was able to find what they were looking for on Toby Time.
bison and king cavalier spaniels dogs
I like to imagine Toby romping through a grassy prairie with a friendly herd of bison.
cavalier king charles spaniel heart problems how old can they vomite with this
cavalier king charles spaniel puppies named toby
Well, this person is very specific about what they want. At least they came to the right place! Similar, but stranger, was the person who searched for: dog that looks like toby. What were they hoping to find?
holistic organic king charles cavalier spaniels
Mmm, that makes Toby sound tasty.
my cavalier king charles spaniel eats socks
Surprising. Understandable, but surprising.
when did king charles the first have ice cream
This person obviously got terribly lost on the Internets. In case anyone else is similarly lost: “Ice Cream, as a dairy delight, first came into popularity in the 1600’s. The story goes that Charles I of England's cook had acquired a Chinese recipe for ice cream and presented it as an after dinner desert [sic.] at a state banquet. Charles I was so impressed that he wanted this delicacy to be served only in his palace, and offered the cook 500 pounds a year to keep the recipe secret. However, this didn’t happen. Charles I was soon beheaded after coming under some serious unpopularity, and the “secret” recipe of ice cream was out.” See here.