Hello friendlies! Lulu here, reporting from the bunker, also known as underneath Dada’s desk.Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips With Bonus Lyrics: “Boom Snack””
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! Now, you may never have noticed this, but generally barking, humans are taller than dogs. This includes humans who haven’t finished growing up yet, such as children and Peter Pan and many politicians and celebrities. This gives humans an advantage when it comes to things like putting food and treats out of reach as well as when roughousing, because they can just stand up and then you can’t bitey their hands or or their faces. Fortunately, I’m here to offer a few suggestions for leveling this playing field!Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips: How To Overcome The Human Height Advantage”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another life tip! This time I would like to remind you that although humans can say lots of words, they’re not very good at communication, and sometimes they ask a lot of silly questions. You just have to be patient with them and keep asking for what you want. Here’s an example:Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips: Humans Aren’t Very Good At Communication”
Chaplin: “What do you mean, ‘Believe everything you smell on the Internet’? The Internet doesn’t have a smell.”
Lulu: “Well maybe not now, but I’m sure some smart human could come up with a device that could synthesize an appropriate odor for every web site a person visits.”
Charlee: “That sounds like it would be mostly horrible.”
Lulu: “Probably good for rolling in, though!”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here! So the other day, while Dada was outside reading his magic tablet full of books, I climbed up on my trampoline bed in front of him and sat down and looked cute, as, I’m told, I usually do, so Dada put down the magic tablet and took a couple of pictures:Continue reading “Lulu’s Life Tips: Don’t Believe Everything You See (But Do Believe Everything You Smell) On The Internet”
Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another entry in my new Life Tips series. In this one, I’ll be demonstrating how you can use your dog to determine how much peril you may be in, via a series of illustrative photographs.
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some many most almost all of you, my Mama and Dada are under “shelter in place” orders. All the local parks, trails, and beaches are closed, and so is the harbor. That means no outings for me, no matter how many times I follow Dada to the door and wag my big fluffy tail when he goes out to get the mail. But does that mean I’m bored here around the house? Well, yes, it does. But I do have a few tips for keeping oneself and one’s humans occupied while everything is closed. Read on, friendlies!