A dog person is thankful because:
1. there’s no chance of food crumbs collecting in the carpet between vacuumings
2. they always have a steady supply of dog hair for that quirky, homemade gift idea on Pinterest
3. having to squeeze your body into all kinds of crazy shapes to find room on the bed between the dogs means you save money on yoga classes
4. dirty laundry gets frequent airings as the dog parades each sock and panty around the house. Wouldn’t want things to get stinky before washing day comes, would you?
5. having an abundance of canine energy bouncing off the walls when they get home from work means they don’t do have to do boring things like relaxing or watching television
6. they don’t have to sniff the crotch of the new neighbor because their dog has already done it for them
7. they never have to eat alone, enjoy a chair alone, or have an unfulfilled desire to scratch without a fuzzy butt nearby
8. they don’t have to look like an overbearing mom who spits on her kid’s face to take the dirt off, embarrassing him in front of his friends—the dog has already done it with his tongue
9. their dog will tell them to get more exercise before their doctor has to
10. your dog loves to love you and you love him right back
You should probably read this beside its partner post, 10 Things Your Dog is Most Thankful For.
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