If your dog planned your summer vacation, how would it be different?
♦ Instead of calling “shotgun” to see who rides in the front, dogs would bark and the last one to let out a woof has to drive while everyone else gets to chase the car.
♦ The people would go to the kennel and come back smelling like shampoo and dog biscuits.
♦ Tours of historic sites would include where the first dog chased a squirrel, the Catsylvania battleground, and monuments to Lassie, RinTinTin, and Benji.
♦ They’d already have tickets to the big summer music festival, Barkaroo, featuring Sir Paul McBarkney, Tom Petties and the Heartbreakers, and the Icelandic singer, Bjärk.
♦ The cooler of food for the camping trip would be empty by the first rest stop.
♦ To get a break from the daily grind of snacking, napping, and sniffing, the dogs would “staycation” at the office.
♦ Everyone would complain about the long lines to meet Goofy and Pluto at Disney World.
♦ The local science museum would hire extra security for their new exhibit on bones.
♦ Every holiday snapshot of the family would be a butt view.
♦ People would only be allowed on the beach if they were attached to their dogs by a six-foot leash.
♦ Long hikes would never end at the trailhead because the deer, chipmunks, and squirrels everyone would chase just wouldn’t run in that direction.
♦ After returning home, another vacation would start the very next day. After all, why shouldn’t you have fun more than once a year?
Your Turn: What kind of vacation would your dog plan?
Update: Some people had trouble seeing the graffiti on the lighthouse in yesterday’s Find the Puppy Wordless Wednesday post. I’ve blown up the image and include it here.