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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Cheezy Choice Cuts

How could anyone not love 150 pounds of dog loveliness?

CNN correspondent Soledad O'Brien wants this dog gone.

The newswoman and other members of a Chelsea co-op board are trying to evict a beloved family pet from a swanky loft building because they say the dog is smelly and slobbers.

O'Brien, in a 20-page affidavit, complained about the pooch's "size, slobbering, shedding, drooling, gassiness and odors."

"She told me at a shareholder's meeting that my dog stinks," said Steven Lyons, owner of Ugo, a good-natured, 150-pound mastiff.

Bet she voted for the Mutt, though.

Isn't this bandwagon is gettin' a bit crowded?

Will it be a purebred? A Doberman maybe? Some sort of hound?

Surely not a pit bull.

When it comes time for Kurt Warner to give his kids a dog, as promised, will it be a mongrel? […]

"My wife put words in my mouth and told (their kids) if we won the Super Bowl, they could get a puppy," Warner said prior to his team's stunning 33-13 victory over the No.2-seeded Panthers at Carolina.
"I want to win the Super Bowl, but I still don't want to get a puppy."

Said Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt, speaking for dog lovers and lovers of underdogs everywhere: "I hope he gets a puppy."

Gettin' old, people, gettin' old.

With Westminster comin' up next month, there are sure to be a lot more articles like this one showin' up. Yeah, right. Like you humans haven't been doin' this kinda' thing for years!

Their mental and physical agility of many breeds is being eroded as owners now look for docile, pretty pets to live in their homes.

In the 19th century dogs were more likely to be selected for their strength and skills, so they were able to earn their keep guarding homes and livestock and fetching the quarry on a hunting trip.

But a significant change in breeding trends has meant the ancestors of these proud working dogs are now less responsive to commands and not as alert or attentive.

Considerin' the results of the last election, why should we listen to ya'?

And if that wasn't enough reason, there's this.

“Based on Paris Hilton’s discarded pet Tinkerbell [the purse] is an upside down dead Chihuahua. This design capitalizes on the trend of carrying a small dog as a fashion accessory.”

Only $317.

And non-allergenic.

Just sayin'…

posted by Harrison at 12:05 AM


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