...Waited Too Long to Find a Mate

This was in Gilbert's K-9 Seminars News and Review June '08

The following has an anonymous author:


--you think stripping is something you do to a terrier

--you meet a guy named Bob and instantly visualize purple and gold rosettes

--you think nothing about loudly discussing studs and bitches in a fancy

--the first thing you notice about a guy is what breed of dog he has

--your biggest turn-off is a guy with an obnoxious untrained dog

--you have ever ruled out a guy as a prospective date based on the breed of
dog he owns

--you dismiss all the guys your mother introduces you to as "not breeding

--you never could stick to a diet to impress a guy, but you can do it to get
through that TDX track

--your only nice jewelry features either dogs, dumbbells, or rosettes

--you have a video on how to artificially inseminate your dog but last
watched a dirty movie in junior high school

--when you talk about "scoring" you mean how you did at last weekend's
obedience trial

--your dog has more letters after his name than the last ten guys you've
dated, and actually completed obedience school

--you think that maybe your current guy has potential if you use the proper
combination of positive reinforcement and the occasional well timed ear

--you "people watch" at the mall by making mental lists of the
conformational faults each passer-by has to contribute to the gene pool

--you think if you ever did marry and have children that you wouldn't have
to buy a playpen because you already have an extra x-pen. And why buy a
crib?? Crates are cheaper and they're enclosed on all sides

--you give all of your married friends child-rearing advice based on your
extensive background in dog training

--your mother's worst fear is that you'll have a child and make it wear a
pinch collar

--your mother's second worst fear is you'll get married and your dog will
be in the wedding party

--you actually have friends whose dogs HAVE been part of the wedding party

--when your cousin tells you how much her wedding costs you think how many
show-quality puppies that could buy you

--all of your friends always include your dog in any invitation they issue
to you. Of course, you reciprocate because you only have doggy friends
left....the others have stopped inviting you places because you insist on bringing
the dog!

--when you read the personal ads you skip past the vital statistics and rule out any that don't say "animal lover"

--you know your dog's cholesterol but not your own

--when you lament to your friends about chronic yeast infections, they know you're talking about your dog's ears

--you last had a professional portrait done for your high school graduation, but you just spent 50% of your dog's purchase price having his done by the best canine photographer in the country

--you and your dog use the same kind of hairbrush, and you never can keep straight whose is whose

--you spend 8 hours grooming your dog for a show the day before, and 1.25
minutes pony tailing your hair the morning of the show.

--you think that people with bad bites shouldn't be allowed to breed

--your mother is ecstatic to see you browsing the aisle with the hair coloring, after hounding you for three years to try highlighting. Only to be disappointed when she finds out the peroxide is to "touch up" your Clumber's drool marks

--when someone mentions single bars, you wonder if they are talking about utility or agility jumps

--when you go "clubbing", you have your choice of the all-breed club, the
Specialty club, the obedience club, or the tracking club

--you once made earrings out of old rabies tags, and all your friends
wanted a pair.

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Way too cute.....and oh so true!!!
I have to send this to my SIL. She will love it!
:oops: :oops: :oops:

Even us old married folks see ourselves here.......by the way.....are those the fire hydrant or dog bones rabies tags??
They forgot: "When invited out to dinner, you ask to go to a sidewalk cafe so you can bring your dogs."

Yup; thats me. I've only had my girls for 4 months and I'm already that friend; you know, the one that has to have thier dogs invited with them to half the things they do...

I'm okay with it. :wink:
LOL, that is hilarious! :lol:
lol so true and so me! I love it!
Very funny. :lol:
I'd like to add:

...when searching for a new car, your first question is, "can I fit two large crates in the trunk?"

...when you've researched and know more about dog food than what you eat
DandAbi wrote:
I'd like to add:

...when searching for a new car, your first question is, "can I fit two large crates in the trunk?"

...when you've researched and know more about dog food than what you eat

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