Canine Ten

by Garrison Somers

 
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One: We’ve always suspected that you can teach old dogs new tricks and old dogs old tricks and new dogs old and new tricks, and two: we know who a man’s best friend is and three: also follow the adage that only mad dogs and Englishmen enjoy midsummer sun and four: witness that the world is indeed dog-eat-dog but five: there is truth in that it’s a lot better to sniff another guy’s butt than jump into a fight with him and six: nothing feels better than having your tummy rubbed and seven: scratching an itch just right and eight: eating your supper as fast as you can and nine: rolling in the spring grass and, frankly, ten: sloppy wet kisses are pretty terrific.