You know the one I mean: the gregarious uncle who arrives drunk as a skunk, the fabulous niece and her husband with their out-of-control children who think it’s fine to come three hours late (after everyone is starving while waiting for them to arrive), the granddaughter who sulks and turns red with embarrassment over the most innocuous remarks, the cousin who brings (uninvited) a lady who is dressed, or rather, more undressed, at whom all the old men (and young ones) oogle and drool, to the chagrin of all the other ladies in attendance.
Yes, wonderful Thanksgiving. Yet, let us give thanks for these difficult personalities – be they human or canine. For they give our holidays a bonus of fun, even if one or more is rather exasperating!
We invited our readers to send us a picture of any of their dogs with a “difficult personality.” We were delighted with the response! With such an overwhelmed basket of interesting characters, we had to cull quite a number. (Forgive us if yours isn’t among those included.)The following pictures shown here are those that gave us quite a laugh. More than one reminded us of someone at our own family gatherings. Yet we love them all! A special thanks to all our readers who keep “My Magic Dog” inspired and growing. Whether your Thanksgiving includes a “difficult dog” (or a difficult relative), we wish all you a very Happy Thanksgiving. At My Magic Dog, we want each of our followers to know how grateful we are for including us in their busy lives.
And, regardless of how your Thanksgiving dinner goes, we hope you will leave the table as satisfied as . . . well, as satisfied as a Fat Cat!