Tuesday, December 20, 2011

A Lost Puppy in a Big World

Fido Finder reports that Labs are the most common reported lost dog.

A lost puppy is a sad thing.

Sometimes puppies get lost, and never come back.

I am a Lab and I got horribly lost once. For that matter, I got so lost that I never came back.

Fortunately, I found a new houseful of humans to give me food. But it sometimes give me pause that I was lost and never came back.

Signed Coco
just another lost puppy in a great big world.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Don't Do It!

The local humane society is running an ad asking people to take in a homeless dog FOR Thanksgiving.

For the sake of all that is holy. DON'T DO IT!

You might take in a homeless turkey, or a homeless chunk of ham, but please, not a doggie!

You might consider taking in a homeless doggie after Thanksgiving Dinner, but not for Thanksgiving.

My name is Coco and I am thankful that there is a turkey in the oven. I promise to give my portion of the turkey a happy home.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Profound Thought of the Day

As a small brown puppy. I consider myself to be a child of dog.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tech Support Call

I had a glitch with my web site, so I called technical support.

Tech support asked if I had an IP Address.

Truth is, I pee at all sorts of different addresses. On a typical walk I will pee at three to four addresses.

My name is Coco. I am a little brown puppy living in a world built for humans.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

As a doggie, I've learned not to sweat the small stuff.

I don't sweat the big stuff either.

Let's face it. Sweat messes up the fur. So, I don't sweat at all.

Hanging the tongue out and letting it air in the wind is a different thing altogether.

Anyway, you humans could learn a lot from us dogs.

My name is Coco. I am a little brown puppy.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Coco on Unconditional Love

I was reading a blog gushing over the propensity of dogs to give unconditional love.

Being a dog living in a pack of humans, I learned quickly that one has to love unconditionally.

Humans, after all, are so flawed that this little brown doggie cannot think of a single condition that the humans could pass with flying colors.

To be a dog living in a pack of humans, one simply has to learn to shake off the human faults and love them unconditionally.

The humans are, after all, only human.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

The Cat Tax

I've been researching different tax proposals from the FAIR Tax to the 999 Tax and even the Flat Tax.

After much contemplation, I, Coco the dog, have determined that best tax is the Cat Tax. The Cat Tax places an onerous tax burden on felines and any human foolish enough to own a feline.

I admit, the Cat tax is not fair, but it's just.

Money from the Cat Tax should be used on the dog park.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Just Being a Dog

Sorry about the lack of posts. I've just been out doing dog stuff.

I am doing dog stuff 168 dog hours a day, and 49 dog days a week.

That's a lot of work.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Too Many Kitties in the City

I have the following jingle from No More Homeless Pets stuck in my brain.

I, Coco the Dog, agree entirely with the video below emphasizing the importance of spaying or neutering your cat:

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Does That Doggie Ever Stop?

People ask: "Does that doggie ever stop?"

To which I reply: "It's hard to stop for a pause when you're standing on paws!"