Contemplating the shopping habits of dogs

It’s obvious that shopping is not high up on the list of what dogs love to do.  

First Stop. We hope she finds a card quickly.

First Stop. We hope she finds a card quickly so we can get outta here

These two were so well behaved but got bored when I went into almost every shop on 4th Ave. looking for a little something for myself a friend.  

Nope. Not so fast.

Hurry up….just grab any woofin card!

At this point they were not interested even when I modelled some outfits and asked for their opinion. 

If you don't make up your mind I may have to pee on this grass.

If you don’t make up your mind we may have to pee on this grass

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If shopping was considered a major sport (isn’t it?) and entered into the Olympics I’d be a contender….and bring home the GOLD.

My husband says he will leave me if I don't stop shopping. God, I'm going to miss that man.

My husband says he will leave me if I don’t stop shopping. God, I’m going to miss that man.

MAX the blue healer says

MAX the blue healer says “hey mates, I think we deserve a beer for being such good sports”


FYI: here is a partial list of major dog-friendly businesses:

Clothing (unfortunately not the places I usually frequent)

Department Stores (This is why I prefer shopping in the States.  Not even H&M will allow dogs into their stores in Canada)

Hardware Stores

Pet Shops (it’s a good idea that pet shops allow pets)

Speciality Shops

Some of these stores even keep dog treats on hand for visiting pets.  So why don’t pet stores have treats on hand for visiting pet owners?

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