Wednesday, November 5, 2008

top dog



History has been made, the election is over. Congratulations to President-Elect Obama for a job well done!



Now for the next big decision, who will be chosen for the new First Puppy? Potential candidates are gathering and plotting strategy, learning to bark "Yes we can!" They are practicing their signature big-eyed puppy dog look for the cameras.



Who will it be? An experienced elite purebred? An unknown mutt? Will it be black or white or brown or have spots or long hair or short? The country eagerly awaits this next step to the White House for one lucky dog.

8 comments:

Motherkitty said...

I predict that no matter what color puppy the girls pick out to bring along to the White House on January 20, 2009, it will be one that will quickly learn not to pee on the carpets. It will learn that yes, it can go outside and romp on the White House lawn to the enjoyment of all. That new pup will also learn that happiness is doing the right thing for everyone. Heck, it will also learn that change is good.

So, who's the lucky dog here -- the puppy or the citizens of the good, old U.S.A.? The entire world is anxiously waiting to see what this puppy will look and act like come January and beyond.

ET said...

We have went through a purebred and two mutts - one which is whining at my feet now to let her out - I think whichever you chose it will have a lot of loving to give you.

June said...

All look precious...I'm sure it'll be a perfect match whoever gets selected :-)

janeywan said...

I think it will be an underdog. lol

Alice said...

Great Post - Lucky Dog!

Seeing Anew said...

I vote for the wrinkly pups(first photo), but I suspect the girls will want those cuddly four (third photo). I am so proud of our country this week! I feel like we've taken a huge stride towards being better world citizens, with our choice of president, and the strong voter-turnout.

Joann said...

Did you see where the present Whitehouse dog is in the doghouse for having chewed on a reporter? Evidentally the tensions there are high enough that they filter down to the lowly canine companion as well. Of course, if reporters were watching me while I pee'd and pooped, I'd probably bite too! Heh.

andsewitis Holly said...

So it's tradition then, to have a dog in the white house? I never knew :) If I were president, I would break tradition because I can't stand dogs. Stinky, needy filthy animals. *hehe*