A Dog’s New Year’s Resolutions

New year’s resolutions are not just for humans! If your dog had a list of resolutions for the new year, would it check off all of these? We bet it would!

I will not tease the cat.
I will not chew on shoes.
I will not eat food that is left on the counter.
I will not eat the baby’s stuffies or toys.
I will not eat garbage.
I will not roll around in mud.
I will not eat poop.
I will not drink out of the toilet.
I will not pee on the Christmas tree.
I will not pass gas when guests are over.
I will not dig up the garden.
I will not bark at the mail carrier.
I will cooperate when I have to take my medications.
I will sleep in on Sundays.
I will pee quickly when it is very cold or raining outside.
I will eat MY dinner.
I will be on Santa’s nice list.
I will cuddle with and love my people.
I will cooperate with the wonderful staff at West Hill Animal Clinic.


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