Yesterday Stinky was laughing hysterically and I turned around to see what she was doing that was so funny. She had the TV remote in her hand and she was holding it up toward Lucy (the tan one) and Lucy would do a little jig around Stinky. Stinky thought that was the funniest thing she had every seen. She laughed and laughed and would repeat her movements and laugh all over again. It was so nice to see her interacting with the two loves of my life pre-Stinky. Sometimes I feel bad because after she was born they don't get as much attention and aren't able to go as many places, but I still love them just as much. So here is a tribute to my two favorite dogs:
15 Things about Humans That Annoy Dogs
1. When you run away int the middle of a perfectly good leg-humping.
2. Blaming your farts on me .... not funny.
3. Yelling at me for barking ... I'M A FRIGGING DOG!
4. How you naively believe that the stupid cat isn't all over everything while your out of the house. (Have you every noticed that your toothbrush smells like kitty litter?)
5. Taking me for a walk, then not letting me check stuff out. Exactly whose walk is this, anyway?
6. Any trick that invlobles balancing food on my nose ..... just stop it.
7. Yelling at me for tubbing my ass on your carpet. Why else did you buy carpet?
8. Getting upset when I sniff the crotches of your guests. Sorry, but I haven't quite mastered my handshake yet.
9. How you act disgusted when I lick myself. Look, we both know the truth; you're just jealous.
10. Dog sweaters. Have you noticed I have fur?
11. Any haircut that involves bows or ribbons. Now you know why we chew your stuff up when you are not home.
12. Taking me to the vet's for "the big snip" then acting surprised when I freak out every time we go back.
13. The sleight of of hand, fake fetch throw. You fooled a dog! What a proud moment for someone at the top of the food chain.
14. Leaving the toilet seat down. How else am I going to get a cool drink of water?
15. Invisible fences. Why do you insist on screwing with us? To my knowledge, dogs have yet to solve the visible fence problem!
by Sandra and Harry Choron