Eat when you’re hungry
Run like you’re chasing a car and your life depended on catching it
Find a warm spot and take a nap
Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do something. What do they know?
Snow is for playing in, puddles are for splashing and dirt is for digging. Any questions?
Cuteness will get you everything you want
Vacuum cleaners are horrid things and should be avoided at all costs
Walking is for sissys
Stairs are for jumping
A kiss is worth a thousand ‘I love yous’
The best spot in the house is under the covers
Always greet loved ones at the door by running and jumping into their arms
Play games every day
Good grooming is the key to gleaning compliments
Daily treats are a must since good behavior is a virtually impossible feat
Never under estimate the power of a good hug
Know that you are loved
5 thoughts on “Life Lessons I Learned From My Dog”
I was expecting some wisdom about publicly licking one’s balls here…
I’m following entirely too few of these rules.
But are they worth being spayed/neutered?
Not sure I can adequately answer that question, Guap so I’ll just say to follow as many as possible. Especially the one about the naps…
Cats follow these rules as well. Except for the snow and greeting people at the door. They don’t do that.
Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do something. What do they know? ~ awesome!