Thursday, February 28, 2008

It was bound to happen sooner or later...
Ol' Fido comes in quite handy when it's co-o-o-ld outside...

SPIRIT LAKE, IDAHO--Some folks in this small town, which has endured a particularly hard winter this time around, have elected to stay indoors until temperatures warm up, but human resourcefulness knows no limits, and some citizens have taught their dogs to drive. Comes in mighty handy when you want a six-pack and a box of Cheese Nips, but you don't want to brave the cold to actually go to the Corner Store and get 'em yourself.

However, animal experts warn that Dogs, no matter how domesticated they might be, are still wild animals at heart. In short, they're more like us than we coulda ever expected. If your dog is a Pit Bull or Rottie, you might wanna think twice before letting your mutt behind the wheel. The photo below depicts a dog of a normally quite docile breed reacting to a typical traffic situation out there on the roads. Don't say you weren't warned...


It's not my fault. www.spokesmanreview.com/blogs/hbo posted a foto I couldn't resist. Arf.

Also remember that your devoted little doggie probably won't do the stoplight-thing very well, either, since dogs are Colorblind. Which would actually make the dog about as good of a driver as any Spokane, Washington motorist who Runs Red Lights Religiously.
____________________

Okay, this was really, really stupid. A little more thought went into the new post immediately below this one. Woof.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dogwalkmusings said...

It has been a long winter hasn't it!!? Not only did you write this stuff - I read it! Lol!

1:59 PM  
Blogger Idaho Escapee said...

Well, Ms. Dogwalker, all I can do is absolve myself from any responsibility, 'cos you read this idiotic thing out of your own free will. That said, hope you enjoyed it, and also hope that you think twice about letting your dog take you for a drive...

6:57 PM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home