Did you get any responses for a new owner?
They’d be crazy to take you on.
You’re spoiled. Pampered. Set in your ways.
Opinionated. (That’s an understatement.) Stubborn. (Another understatement.)
You don’t listen. Obey is a foreign word to you.
You hate baths.
You eat too much.
Your breath smells.
Those are the things I love best about you.
You’re a full blown personality in fur and floppy ears.
Life would be dull without you.
Walks would be a bore without you tugging at your leash. I could let you off-leash, but that’s where the obey thing comes into play. I’ve given you plenty of lessons on how to come back to me when I call, but you usually have other plans, and scare the hell out of me while you disappear under fences, through neighbors’ backyards, and across streets in search of that wild thing your nose tells you is in the neighborhood. (It’s a child in a dirty diaper.)
You think somebody else will put up with your antics? Ha!
So you stick to your opinions and I’ll stick to mine.
We’ll continue to get along just fine.
Calvin says, “Touché. How’s that for a foreign word, eh? All right. I’ll cancel my ad in the classifieds.”
2 thoughts on “How To Talk To a Spoiled Dog”
Good move, Calvin. I’ve known for some time that you are smarter than the average bear–as well as smarter than the average dog. Now you’ve shown that you are smarter than the average human! Kudos! 🙂