Doggie Do’s and Don’ts

opposites attract

Do you know why dogs stick their heads out of car windows?

Because there isn’t enough literature on the dangers of doing this being given out to dogs.

and … English to Dog translators are a dying breed.


note: I’m waiting for “pet safety seats” in cars to become mandatory … or … dogdatory.

double note: “flying carpets” are cool; “flying car pets” are not. (not even birds)

triple note: A catchy slogan might be: “Keep your dogsaliva longer; buckle them up!

*SPECIAL NOTE* my “New Experiment” has died (sad face).

6 responses to “Doggie Do’s and Don’ts

  1. And what’s the deal with people riding their cats around in their back windows?

  2. These are some very good ideas for an ad campaign. Really!

  3. Any stats on animal deaths in car crashes?


  4. pretty good!

    more please!

  5. Thanks for the comments.

    Davis: thanks for stopping by again. Those cats are just stuffed, aren’t they?

    S. Le: thanks. The “dogsaliva” one was on the tip of my tongue, and I didn’t see it until it hit the floor.

    onemanoneview: thanks for stopping by. I did a very quick search to see what came up about “dogs in car accidents”, but I only found some info about restraint systems for pets. It’s actually written in a semi-humorous way too.

    Otto Mann: thanks. I think I’m down to once a day for a while sadly.

    note: I actually don’t have pets, but the image of a dog in a babyseat buckled in made me laugh. There is nothing funny about pets in car accidents … or humans either (in car accidents).

  6. It’s doggie do do I worry about.

    razzbuffnik: when I step in dog doodoo, I do a lot of sole searching afterward.

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