Warning. The following is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised.
Just suppose, for the sake of argument, that you are contemplating introducing into your home a juvenile canis lupus familiaris, or "puppy" as they are sometimes called, mere moments before the gruesome demise of the speaker.
I feel I must caution against such a tactic in the most fierce manner possible. Should you follow my advice, you may thank me for saving your very life some day. Gift certificates from Tim Horton's are also appreciated in lieu of grovelled thanks.
Did you know that your so-called puppy will...
- relieve itself multiple times per day, frequently in an inaccessible corner?
- wail and shriek at unimaginable amplitude if left alone for more than thirty seconds?
- require 3am trips outdoors regardless of the temperature or inclement weather?
- down its own droppings with relish and then lick your lips?
- compel you to exercise it many times a day at length merely to temper its inexhaustible energy?
- drag you along the street on your leash as it pursues said exercise?
- demand to be fed amounts of costly rations quite out of proportion to its size?
- chew on furniture, clothing, electrical wiring, and you yourself, every waking moment?
- destroy your possessions, drapes, and sanity with its exuberant leaps?
Avoid the scourge! Neuter or spay your adult companion, whether or not they're a dog. We simply cannot risk the alternative.
- kara on 20110214.Monday:
ahahahah Hilarious post!! Puppies sound an awful lot like little boys.....
- Dave on 20110215.Tuesday:
I imagine that puppies and boys are able of causing similar destruction. The puppy's advantage is that it reaches maturity in a year. Boys take until... well, I'm still waiting to reach maturity.
- Stephen on 20110625.Saturday:
I've met many a person who demonstrates those behaviours. Rather than costly spaying, a good whap on the nose would tend to calm those people down in a heartbeat. Something I'd never do to my own Wonderdog.
- Dave on 20110625.Saturday:
You can really offend a dog by blowing a puff of air in its face. Come to think of it, that also works for people. A smouldering Benson & Hedges don't hurt neither.