Dogaholics Anonymous

Good Afternoon. I AM a dogaholic.
I would like to welcome all of you to this month’s meeting of
“Dogaholics Anonymous.”
Some of you are here tonight because a friend or relative brought you here.
You may be sitting here thinking that you are OK and that
you really don’t need any help.
It is not easy to admit that you are a dogaholic and it is
even harder to bring yourself to a DA meeting for help.
DA is here to assist you. I have some questions to ask.
If you can answer YES to more than three of the following,
you have come to the right place.

Can you say “Bitch” in public without blushing?
Do you drive a station wagon, van or 4x4
when everyone else drives a real car?
Do you have more than one car?
One for you and one for the dogs?
Do you spend your vacations and holidays going to shows,
specialties and seminars when everyone else goes on a cruise?
If you do go overseas, is it to London in March to attend Crufts?
[or Finland in June to attend the World Dog Show?]
Do you discuss things at the dinner table
that would make most doctors leave in disgust?
Do you consider formal wear to be clean jeans
and freshly washed tennis shoes?
Is your interior decorator R.C. Steele?
Was your furniture and carpeting chosen to match your dogs?
Are your end tables really dog crates
with tablecloths thrown over them?
Do you know the meaning of
Is your mail made up primarily of dog catalogs, dog magazines
and premium lists?
Do you get up before dawn to go to Training Classes?
Dog Shows? Seminars? [but have trouble getting up for “work?”]
If you do have dresses, do they all have pockets?
Do those pockets often contain freeze-dried liver, Rollover
or squeaky toys?
When you meet a new person do you always ask them what kind of dog
they have and pity them if they don’t have one?
Do you remember the name of their dog
sooner than you remember their name?
Do you find non-dog people boring?

If you answered YES to one of the above, there is still hope.
If you answered YES to two, you are in serious trouble.
If you answered YES to three or more,
you have come to the right place.
My advice to all of you with three or more YES’s is to
sit back and smile, turn to the smiling person next to you
and know that your life will always be filled with good friends
and good dogs and it will never be boring.

-Author Unknown

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