September 23rd 2011 11:43 am
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We enjoy reading Dogster's Daily Tips. Today's tip did seem a bit hysterical, however:
"It takes a household to raise a dog. Before you even bring your new pet brought home, create a list of doggie-related household rules and tasks. Who will walk the dog? If you're getting a puppy, who will be responsible for midnight potty breaks during the training stage? Who will take the dog to training class and be in charge of initially training new behaviors? Who is financially responsible for the dog's care? Who will take it to the vet or the groomer?
Delineating these responsibilities before you bring your dog home will help everyone."
Let's break this down to reality.
Who will pick up poop? Mom
Who will feed the dogs? Mom, except when she excessively nags, yells, and screams, then one of the Lads.
Who bathes the dogs after they roll in deer poop? Mom
Who takes the dogs to the vet? Mom
Who takes the dogs out? Mom
Who is financially responsible for the dogs? Dad
Who cleans up dog hair? No one really, but when the clumps get big enough, Mom.
Who do the dogs love best? Mom
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I know I LUFF MAMA bes', but is jus' me, mama & da kitties.
Mom and Dad frequently argue over this very subject. Then Mom takes me out, feeds me, takes me to the vet, etc.....
By the way, I love Mom best too!
this is only funny cause it's true. BOL!