I read The Pioneer Woman every day, and I’m guessing most of you who read this blog do too.
Well, when she posts about her lazy sleepy basset hounds, Charlie and Waltoh, I can’t help but be filled with immense envy. I mean, I know Josie is still a puppy, but I can’t fathom a day where she doesn’t run around with crazy amounts of energy and ADD.
She needs looooong walks, trips to the dog park, and massive amounts of attention at home to even get the slightest hint of a sleepy look in her eye. And they say pugs don’t need a lot of exercise! Try owning Josie for a minute and a half.
Anyway, all of this pent up energy means Josie is out and about on the town a lot. She is what they call in the biz “a highly effective pug”.
I’m not sure what this “biz” is, but I’m sure it exists.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Pugs
1. Graduating College.
2. Blending in.
3. Agility training.
4. Chewin. Toes, specifically.
5. High Fives.
6. Emergency Preparedness.