Unlike Oprah, My Dog does NOT have a Thyroid Problem, She’s Just Fat

02jessiedogThere. I said it. My dog is fat. She doesn’t have a thyroid problem (only $56 to test that puppy…literally), she just eats too much and doesn’t move enough. She needs — wait for it — diet and exercise.

Wow. Whodda thought. Uh huh. Well. Now what?

Diet? Exercise? Yuck.

“When it seems humanly impossible to do more in a difficult situation, surrender yourself to the inner silence and thereafter wait for a sign of obvious guidance or for a renewal of inner strength.” -Paul Brunton, Meditations for People in Crisis

Seriously. That is not that face of a happy dog. That is the face of a dog that would rather take a pill and still eat the foods she likes and nap all day. Lucky Oprah, she gets to take a pill and…oh dear, Oprah’s still fat. Never mind.

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~ by Kimberly Mason on April 2, 2009.

3 Responses to “Unlike Oprah, My Dog does NOT have a Thyroid Problem, She’s Just Fat”

  1. Precious puppy. You make me laugh.

  2. So, who has been giving her too many treats? Or is it that she looks at you with that expression that says, “I haven’t eaten for a week. Where is my dinner?” And that is just after you have fed her the dinner. Love her hat. Sweet Jessie. Good thing she didn’t see you kissing Joey.D.

  3. и всё эе: неподражаемо..

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