He pushed me off the desk chair, hopped on and began pounding at the keyboard.
Words appeared on the screen at lightning speed about this year’s Westminster Dog Show winner.
It’s about time!
It took seven years for those bozo judges to recognize the fact.
Miss P, a four-year old beagle, showed them a thing or two by beating out the rest of the beasts at this year’s Westminster Dog Show.
The beagle race has come out on top!
Of course any self-respecting beagle, from a low-life to an ultra snobby one knows that.
It just takes the human race to catch up.
Boy are they slow.
In 2008 the winner was Uno, another beagle who took the ribbon and trophy.
You’d think the dog community would sit up and realize their other breeds can’t reach such rarefied levels of distinction as us beagles.
We’re bright, enthusiastic, eager, friendly, and oh so cute.
We’re also independent, undisciplined, and resist training.
Puppy training school is for other breeds, not us.
We love children, lounging in bed, and a good hot breakfast.
Don’t expect us to play catch, that’s for the others with no brains.
We don’t retrieve slippers, sticks or please don’t have us go after a tennis ball.
However, wave the scent of a fox in front of our noses and see what happens.
You’ll need ear plugs.
I am doing my beagle dance today.
I’m in love with Miss P.
What a face! Those big, beautiful brown eyes, that silky coat. My heart is thumping.
She’s a beauty!
If I could, I’d buy those judges a beer at the local pub for their good taste.