The weather's unsettled right now. My people tried to go out to something called the Fourth of July last week but had to come back home because it was rained out.
Maybe if they had gone to the First, Second, or even Third of July they would have had better luck.
Now sometimes I wonder if there are people out there who take us dogs for granted. Canines do a lot more than just lay around the house all day.
There are fire, police and service dogs on duty all the time and even the more housebound ones provide a lot of services and "work" cheap. Just give us a place to live. Take care and treat us right. Feed us and love us and in return we'll love you too as well as keep you company. Take you for long walks when the weather's nice and all kinds of other stuff.
Don't sell us dogs shorts.
Not even the small breeds.
Just because dogs have two left feet doesn't mean we're not good dancers.
After all, you have seen the romantic scenes in either 101 Dalmatians or Lady and the Tramp. Right?
There was a dog once who figured out how to play the piano by ear.
After a while she learned to use her front paws.
Three boys saw a fire engine with a Dalmatian go by and wondered what his job was.
"Crowd control?" said one boy. Given a chance, maybe.
"He’s the mascot," said the second boy. More like an inspirational cheerleader.
The third boy nods sagely and said, "He finds fire hydrants."
I think the fire fighters already know where they are but thanks for guessing.
Even if the dog is big enough to see over the steering wheel and reach the pedals, it still isn't allowed to drive.
Is that fair? Then again, considering the price of gas and car insurance, maybe we're better off as it is.
Two men were talking about exotic dog breeds.
One said to the other, "I know of some dogs who are worth a lot of money."
"Really?" asked the other. "I didn't know they were that rich."
Well, who do you think finds all the money you folks lose in the sofa cushions and other places?
Chew toys don't buy themselves.
So the next time you come home from a hard day's work and are greeted by a pair of sympathetic eyes...
Love your dog as much as the rest of your family because we know how ruff life can be.
STAY SAFE! 😷
Have a great week and please be back next weekend for more Sunday Funnies!—KC.