I got to wondering what my dogs would be like as people. This is what I came up with.
Ben is a Great Pyrenees and the laziest dog I have ever seen. I think Ben would be a mid-level office worker that spends all his free time watching T.V.
Blue is an Australian Cattle Dog. He would make a wonderful drill sergeant, because he loves barking out orders and telling everyone where they should be going.
Joey is a Labrador/Pyrenees mix. He is hyperactive, stubborn, and goofy. I can picture Joey as an excellent high school P.E. teacher.
Norton is a terrier mix. He may be the smallest dog in our family, but his brothers never mess with him. He has a big attitude. I think Norton would be a successful politician.
Buddy is a Rottweiler/Beagle mix. He is all about fairness. In fact, if Buddy sees one of his brothers being mean to another brother he will jump into action and defend the one being wronged. That’s why I think Buddy would be a social worker.
Norton has been trying to hide toys from his brothers by putting them in his bed. I am afraid, Norton has become a toy hoarder.
Norton is just a little dog with a thin coat of fur. Poor little guy was freezing this morning.
Norton has decided to start pooping under my hammock. Mom thinks it’s funny. The poor little fellow doesn’t want to poop in the blazing hot sun. He needs shade to do his business.
However, I fail to see the humor. I like to read in the hammock and occasionally fall out of it. That’s supposed to be a reading zone, not a pooping zone.
Maybe I should post a “No Pooping Zone” sign.
The boys spent the afternoon playing in their puppy pool and chasing each other around the yard. Everyone had a blast.
I received a memory notification from Facebook and it made me laugh.
This is my mom’s dog, Norton. Two years ago, I put a Happy Mother’s Day sign around his neck and took a few photos. Norton was not happy with me. He looks absolutely pitiful in the pictures.
The picture of Norton riding around Petsmart in a buggy with a bed has been viewed over 1,000 times. He is a cute a little fellow and obviously not spoiled.