God told the puppies,
“I want you to be barky, barky!”
‘Specially the small ones
I want you to be barky, barky!
Day and night and
twilight and afternoon
Come spend a day with Bitey and Toby in Dream Our World where they view the world of art from a canine perspective and enjoy a day of unsupervised fun.
Dream Our World is available from Amazon.
They’re thinking that a brief stay in Purgatory would be the worst that could happen.
I like their optimism. Toby just ate a package of socks yesterday; I’m not sure how brief his stay will be.
He’ll probably have to darn them.
If he ate a pack of briefs you’d have to sock him. I’ll leave now.
I love what Toby said – we dogs are born perfect!
To believe anything else would be a lie.
Well we had a dog eat a light bulb. The vet said it was the first time he had ever heard of it. We followed it up with squishy white bread and she did fine. Loved the nondenominational dogs.
Oh my gosh, a lightbulb?! Was it at least a Christmas bulb? Maybe he wanted a Rudolph nose? My boys pee on all the churches in town. I think they are trying to cover all their bases.
Too funny. No it was actually a full size 60 watt bulb. We still have no idea either where she found it or why she ate it.
Dogs who play guitar or tambourine immediately get inducted into the Dog Heaven Band. Howlin’ good tunes. Backed by the Aroo Sisters.
One of my favorite Twilight Zone (original series) episodes is called “The Hunt”, episode 84. Have you seen it? I think it’s more of an old school nerd thing, so perhaps you haven’t.
Anyway, an old man and his hunting dog are wandering down the road of eternity, They come to a gate, but the dog isn’t allowed in, only the man is allowed to enter. The dog doesn’t like this road at all, and the man refuses to enter without his dog. He passes up what he is told is the entrance to Heaven for the single reason that his dog isn’t welcome.
The man and his dog keep walking down the road and find another road to enter. There’s another man sitting at the entrance to this road. Here the old man with his dog learns that the previous road was the gate to hell. The friendly man at this is entrance is an angel and he says: “You see, Mr. Simpson, a man, well, he’ll walk right into Hell with both eyes open. But even the Devil can’t fool a dog.”
I had to google the last line. I believe you can find the entire episode online somewhere. But I alway think of all my dogs like this. They are smarter, kinder and more pure of heart than I ever will be. The fact that our lives have intersected in this linear life always amazes me. And then I give my sweet girl a kiss.
Be kind to yourself and maybe knit an arky-arky with a rainbow 🙂
Anony-mouse and Daisy🐶
I know that episode! I must be an old school nerd too. Toby has had so many kisses over the past two weeks that he is now an insufferably spoiled pup. Oh well. I’ll take it. (An arky-arky with a rainbow….I like that idea.)
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