Dog Philosophy 101

A watched pot may never boil but a watched human soon produces food.

Mystery is the key to wealth. Keep humans guessing what you want and they will shower you with gifts.

Humans are fond of baths. If they are going to give you one anyway you might as well give them a good reason.

The doorway to success is easily opened if you stare at it long enough.

If you bark in the forest and there is no one around to hear, you’re not barking loud enough.

Fences are nothing more than humans challenging us to escape.

Fire hydrants are placed by environmentally conscious humans trying to save trees.

A play bow is never a wasted thing; if it’s not accepted simply turn it into a stretch.

A ball is a thing of beauty and a joy forever.

A walk by any other name is still a chance to smell the sweet.

A mud puddle is a great place to practice swimming without the risk.

If it’s on the floor it must have been left there for you to play with.

If a picture is worth a thousand words then a stare is worth a thousand treats.

Humans are generally amiable; but more so after coffee.

After a bath is the best time to show a human just how much fur we have and how quickly we can spread it.

New carpeting is an accident waiting to happen.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single sniff.


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