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May 26, 2011 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Dog, Writing

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You are a true dog lover if…

Your dog sleeps in your bed. You apologize if you have to move it a bit.

Talking to your dog, you call yourself Daddy or Mommy.

Nothing can be seen through the rear window of your car because it’s all in noseprints of your dog.

You call your dog with 32 different names and none of them makes sense. But your dog responds to them.

You like people that like your dog. You despite people that don’t like it.

In your pocket, there’s always a treat for your dog.

You always put a second cover on your bed so that you dog feels most comfortable.

You choose furniture, carpet, and clothes so that they suit your dog.

The only photo on your work desk is a photo of your dog.

You read people lectures about how responsible one should be raising up a dog. You do that any time you get a chance.

You miss your breakfast to have a chance to walk with your dog before going to job.

You are the only man in the street when it is raining cats and dogs – it’s all because your dog needs walking.

In the end of the day, you don’t drink beer with your co-workers anymore because you have to rush to your dog.

Your weekend plan is to walk with your dog (for both Saturday and Sunday).

Your fridge is full of bones for your dog.

You’ve never eaten all of your beefsteak or fried chicken – you share it with your dog.

You don’t hoover your flat as long as possible because your dog is afraid of the hoover.

You keep on eating even if you’ve found some dog hair in your plate.

When your dog gets older, you make some steps for it to ease climbing on to bed.

When your husband and your dogs snore, it’s your husband who grabs the pillow to sleep somewhere else.

Your dog is the star of your website!

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/holeinthewallrescue/ JaneGael

    Have you been to my house? I have 5 dogs so I have to leave 5 “last bites” out of everything I eat. Dog hair is a condiment. My little pit bull, Gloria, has her own bed – on my bed. Cassie sleeps up by my head and is a bed hog. Widget likes to sleep on my stomach, the other two sometimes rotate onto the bed which makes it interesting as they both weigh 65 pounds. I’ve learned to sleep like a pretzel. Everyone at work knows that my dogs come first – they are my family. They kept me alive when my depression bottomed out and I owe them the world. :)

  • Rebecca Doane

    I will not delete this from my email.

  • Hani

    Sorry but as I know the bones are bad for the dogs.
    I heard this from a friend who have a lot of dogs.
    However I don’t eat any plate if I seen a hair (humans or dogs) because of hygine, you must be the same for your health.

  • Barry Quto

    Hillarious!!!




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