I was minding my own business doing what a Bob does best in dog park when all of a sudden I hear there is a gator was among us. I wondered to myself if the gator wandered up from the creek nearby but then I realized to my terror that someone actually brought a gator to the dog park. I ask you, WHO brings a gator to dog park?!
I’ve watched ‘Duck Dynasty’ on TV and have seen alligators on the show. Let’s not go into why I watch ‘Duck Dynasty’, its just one of the shows I watch. I also watch ‘The First 48′, ‘Storage Wars’ and ‘A Haunting’, but that has nothing to do with a gator among us.
Looking over to my mom, I wonder to myself “should I warn her and throw myself into the middle to her defense?” Knowing that she is smarter than me I decide just to run for the hills which is hard in a dog park with a fence all the way around it. Instead I run for the wood chip mound. I hear gators can’t climb. Maybe that’s trees, but at least I’m on higher ground.
I hear the people talking, “Isn’t gator cute?” Cute?! A gator cute? What is wrong with you people? Gators are what you want to avoid. Why don’t you think I like baths. I swear a gator is going to climb up through the drain pipe and get me while I’m in the bath tub.
To my horror, my mom walks right over to where the gator is to take pictures. REALLY MOM! What’s wrong with you?! I know your adventurist and brave but really?! Now I’m forced to protect my mom, especially since all my buddies are there. I run to her side, a little back, of course, to observe and protect, if necessary.
“Isn’t Gator cute” one of the parents says. I look around, but I don’t see a gator like on ‘Duck Dynasty’, all I see is dogs playing. What are you talking about people?!
My mom looks down at me and says “Gator is the new puppy, right there. The little black and white one.”
That’s Gator? It’s a puppy! Gator doesn’t look all that tough to me. Hell, I can even take Gator down if I was so inclined, but I’m a lover not a fighter. Why didn’t someone preface “There’s a gator.” with “there’s a new puppy called gator”, it would have made my life so much easier.
Gator seems okay to me. He seemed to get along with the other dogs. They say gators are vicious, but this gator seemed pretty mellow and happy to play with everyone. I think they give gators a bad name on TV. I don’t know why everyone is running away from them and afraid. Personally I like Gator. I hope to see more of him at the park. He’ll make things a bit more interesting.
My mom tried to explain to me that the puppy Gator is different than the gators I see on TV, but that doesn’t make sense. A gator is a gator in my book. She tried to explain that the an alligator is different than a gator, but I just stared at her. She shrugged her shoulders and said “Forget it. Go play with Gator.” I don’t get all these fancy words people use, but luckily for me I have a new friend at dog park named Gator.
Czechoslovakian Goat Herder.
Originating from the subtropical region of Czechoslovakia the Czechoslovakian Goat Herder was first imported with the introduction of the African Pygmy Goat. The tropical region is best described as having expansive, flat regions of walk-on bark. The tropical region is known for its crystal flowing water making it a tranquil oasis attracting people from all around to witness the magnificent of the CGH at work. The natural canopies of the area create refreshing shade from the sweltering heat of the region. The sure footedness of the CGH made it ideal for the adverse conditions of the terrain. They are best known for their ability to adapt to any family situation but are known to show dominance over weak willed owners. The breed is a muscular dog with large head and small jaw. The coat is generally white long, flowing, wavy hair that is barbarous when rubbed against the grain. They have a distinct asymmetrical stance which forces the dog to have constant movement. They are excellent companion dogs for aloof, isolated owners. Because of rarity of the breed they are highly sought after and are on the endangered species list. They were once the Queen of Romania’s lap dog but after the fall of the Empire they went back to their original duties as a goat herder. A extremely intelligent breed but with a short attention span that can be overcome with Ritalin and cognitive training. These dogs are best suited for owners of average intelligence, below average height and above average weight. The AKA recognized the breed in the year 2012.