Monthly Archives: March 2011

Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it….

Oh my. This has never happened before. I had to edit my message. The Word’s Best Dog refuses to use profanity. I guess Mom’s new snowplow didn’t get here, and yes, it’s snowing again. Why can’t Mom appreciate the subtle … Continue reading

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Top Chef Dog

My mom loves watching Top Chef on TV. She doesn’t cook any of their dishes, but she enjoys the program. I consider myself to have a refined sense of taste and enjoy fine dining. In recent memory I often sampled … Continue reading

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Old Dog – New Trick

This old (but very young-looking) dog has learned a new trick. I’ve learned how to play dead. This is NOT some type of black humor in extremely bad taste. I really have taught myself this classic trick. First, I carefully … Continue reading

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Just Trying to Help Out

You may or may not recall having read that I’ve been doing a lot of panting lately. My dad and sister mentioned it to my vet, and she said it could be due to a variety of health issues. Well, … Continue reading

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Hey – Take It Easy On Me!

Here I thought that getting near the jaws of death meant the remainder of my days would be spent like there is no tomorrow. I’ve learned I can now completely ignore anyone’s demands (like “come”, “stay”, “sit”, etc. – humans … Continue reading

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You’ve Earned My Trust

I am a very trusting dog. Who would want to do any harm to The World’s Best Dog? Here’s the proof: Besides, why should I get out of your way? I need to save all my energy for panting (something … Continue reading

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Getting My Timing Back

As I have written before, my parents can be sadistic morons. They throw treats at me and then remark about how I consistently fail to catch them. What they don’t understand is a catcher is only as good as the … Continue reading

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