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In honor of Dogs

Contributed by softerware on Saturday, 8th June 2019 @ 08:47:53 AM in AEST
Topic: dedicatedpoems

My dog said I had better write, or suffer cranky Schnauzer bites!
So heres a toast to K-9 types: Hope you read something that you like!

Oh for shame no hall of fame for dogs in ’69. Our Lassie won the nomination, made the cut, first time!
Walt Disney’s inspiration for Lady and the Tramp, was his dog named Sunnee, a scruffy little scamp!

Ozzie Osborne wrestled with a coyote for his wife; It caught her pup, to eat it up, brave Ozzie saved its life.
Dogs can smell cadavers, (ewe!) underwater yet! And recognize lung cancer by the odor of your breath.

In Cormorant, Minnesota, the law can wag its tail! The mayor is a dog named Duke; and he will set your bail!
Cracker Jacks dog is “Bingo”; and that Chihuahua midget, Who sells us Taco Bell so wells a rescue mutt named “Gidget”.

Just like human fingerprints, you’ll find your dog all right; If you will take his nose print – no two are just alike.
Newfoundlands swim like fishes, so fast they’re hard to beat; The secrets in some extra skin, they all have four webbed feet!

If you have diabetes, dog owners have found, they can tell, by just your smell, when insulin goes down.
Our dogs know when were coming home; long before we are. They hear four times as far as us, and recognize our cars!

Shot in France in WWI this pup was 5 days old; A U.S. soldier took him home, but little did he know,
Hed be repaid for love in spades many times again. The soldier was Lee Duncan.The dog was Rin Tin Tin.

Loving dogs sneaks up on us, and though we didnt plan it, the U.S. owns more dogs than any country on the planet!
Greater love hath no man than that we give our creatures, and in turn dog lovers learn from one of lifes great teachers.

Copyright © softerware ... [ 2019-06-08 08:47:53]
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Re: In honor of Dogs (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Sunday, 9th June 2019 @ 03:34:26 AM AEST
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She was a puppy who somehow appeared near a US postal service. She somehow loved the smell of mail bags and would ride on mail trucks and if a bag fell off the truck she would jump off the truck and stay with the bag until, they say, someone who was an official mail person came to retrieve it.

She slowly got notoriety by jumping on mail trains and traveling between Northeastern cities, all on her own.
She got this name, and soon before you knew it the mail people sent her all over the world.

And she went all over the world. And people would pin
tags on her, Owney was here, and those tags became quite heavy as you can see by the pictures in this link.

I like your poem. We should think of animals like we think of people. They help us to love them, and they help us to love us.


Re: In honor of Dogs (User Rating: 1 )
by JamesStockdale on Tuesday, 11th June 2019 @ 01:29:04 PM AEST
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Wonderful as your norm.
Entertaining and educational at the same time.
Your trademark!

Re: In honor of Dogs (User Rating: 1 )
by ingeniusidiot on Thursday, 13th June 2019 @ 12:46:41 PM AEST
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I agree with James yet again that you should
trademark this style of writing. Thank you for another
history lesson. I learn something new everyday and
you have become one of my many teachers :)
Some people may see it as useless information, well
even "useless" information has its purposes and you
never know when a need for it may arise.


Re: In honor of Dogs (User Rating: 1 )
by Invierno on Saturday, 15th June 2019 @ 12:09:26 AM AEST
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What James said.


Re: In honor of Dogs (User Rating: 1 )
by speedy on Tuesday, 18th June 2019 @ 03:21:40 AM AEST
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I/'/m in Canada, but we love our dogs too. In 2010, I had to go for surgery and spent 2 weeks at home. Through it all, our 3-month old American bulldog puppy was my constant companion through my recovery. She is now almost nine, and is my mom/'/s faithful sidekick.

This was a great write!

Hannah B

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