Dogs and wobbly speakers

Hey folks.

Been having a few scares recently with the dogs and the speakers

Due to the layout of the house, right now, everything is pretty much where it has to be. Not much option on moving everything to another wall.

the LEFT speaker is near the entrance, and sometimes when i get home the dogs get too excited and bump the speaker, twice i have caught it on its way down.

the RIGHT speaker is near the stairs to the basement, a couple weeks ago the roomates girl was coming up the stairs and the dogs got excited and bumped the speaker, she caught it as it was fixin to fall down the stairs. God bless her.
Needless to say my speakers keep getting bumped and moved a centimeter here and there and i have to keep re-positioning them.

So fair i have been lucky, as the speakers have never actually hit the floor, somone has always caught em.

Obviously, something needs to happen, cause this aint cuttin it. I love my dogs and i love my speakers, so i have to find a way for them to exist in zen.

Currently the Jm Labs are bolted onto the stands, they will NOT come off, which is good or they woulda been all dinged up and dented by now.

Im toying with the idea of bolting the speakers to the floor. If you look at my virtual system you can see a pic of what i got going on here.

Currently, the speaker stands are spiked and sitting on top of granit slabs that have felt feet on the bottom to prevent them from scratching the floor.

Now, im really not too worried about damage to the floor from bolting them down, not like i am with potential scratches caused by spiked feet. I can repair 3-4 small holes in the ground a lot easier than a crapload of scratches caused by spiked feet.

Sonically, what should i expect from such an action? I wouldnt have to keep re-positioning them which would be nice, but if doing this will suck the life out of them i would rather try something else.

Any experience with having speakers bolted to the floor? Suggestions? Tips? Humerous storys? Monkey jokes?
What kind of stands are you using? It is always a good idea to have heavy stands with a mass greater than the speakers, something you can fill with sand, silica sand, whatever. If you don't have good stands, get some. Then dogs ( and kids) are less likely to knock them around. You can also drill a bit of a dimple in the granite where the spikes rest, so that they don't slide. could move your speaker(s) up against the wall when you're not listening to them (critically). You just have to put some tape down or some other mark so that you can easily put them exactly in place when you want to listen.
Fill quality stands with a combination of sand and shot. Then use Office Depot $1/packet blue tacky substance to adhere speakers to stands top plate. Should be stable enough then.
Slappy, Grab a tube of Liquid Nails construction adhesive, glue the speakers to the stands, then the stands to the floor. Does wonders for vibration isolation, & really gives you a solid footprint/foundation! Or Build a cage around your system with chain-link fencing. Then I'd start playing a CD of a Dog with a bigger bark, which would keep them away?


Slappy, looking at your system, why don't you just move it over to the right another foot, or more?