Man’s Best Friend?

 

Man’s best friend? That’s what they call us. Are you sure?

Here’s what I think:

When a man’s best friend is his dog, that dog has a problem. ~Edward Abbey

Love and licks

 

 

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Comments

  1. hehe wise words pablo!

    Woof woof
    from Bozo
    Pets forever

    • Pablo (The Boxer) says:

      You agree, Bozo? Thanks. Hope you had a great birthday and the crows didn’t bother you too much. Me, I just ignore them buddy!

  2. Coco nods in agreement, Pablo :). He shakes his head at your wisdom ;-).

    • Pablo (The Boxer) says:

      Sorry I’ve been lazy and just saw your comment. Tell Coco I’m waiting to meet him to share from my experiences with these humans 😉

  3. Dogs are very wise creatures. Congratulations on a nice blog.

  4. I have had dogs all my life … but my first rescue dog was in my twenties … since then, I only had rescue dogs. Our canine friends are the best example I can think of when I consider unconditional love in our modern world.
    My last friend was called Jake and he lived to 17 years … we owned a boat on England’s canals and Jake preferred to walk along the towpaths while the boat was travelling (we moved around 2 miles per hour, so he had plenty to time to examine ALL the sniffs and signatures left by others as he went.
    Now, in my sixties, disabled, I can no longer give a home to these wonderful spirits, so I just smile at my memories.
    If you visit the link I left you will meet Jake, who had a very un-dog-like hobby.
    Pat.

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