Now that we've established that there's no such thing as a shelter dog the question remains: what kind of dogs do you actually have there? We asked our pooches to take on the big question of identity - who exactly are you? This is what they came up with. Obviously we gave them an assist - dogs don't do terribly well with Sharpies - but we think they did a nice job of showing the world who they are on their own terms.
|Just look at me and WHOOMP, over I roll. Bring it...|
Famous for her ridiculous grin, Roxy was found as a stray. From the first moment we met her, she had one thing on her mind - belly rubs. She also enjoys playing with her friends in the yard and trying to crawl up on your lap.
|Have I shown you the one where I do your taxes?|
|I will colonize your lap. And it's impossible to be sad with a smiling dog on your lap.|
|You have cookie, I have open mouth. Can we move this along?|
|I win! Never underestimate a low center of gravity!|
In addition to our belly rub dogs, trick dogs, smiling dogs, cookie dogs and tug doys, we also have zoomie dogs, kid dogs, napping dogs, regal dogs, goofy dogs, messy dogs (aka puppies), slow dogs, fast dogs, fluffy dogs, princess dogs, jogging dogs, couch spud dogs, senior dogs, cat loving dogs, etc etc etc. You can see them in all their weird, wonderful permutations here.
But we still can't find any of those shelter dogs.