Hippy Dippy Weather
We’re not the only ones in the country having hippy dippy weather, are we? Here in Tulsa it was 70 degrees, then nine degrees, then 70, then 30 – all in less than two weeks. I’m thinking we’re not the only ones. And who remembers George Carlin’s comedy sketch, The Hippy Dippy Weather Man? Does that make me old? My dad had it on vinyl and I listened to it over and over. He describes our weather issues pretty spot on. And it’s Funny Bone Monday, so we’ll watch the weather together.
Looks about right. And because it’s Funny Bone Monday, we’ll take a look at how this hippy dippy weather effects our dogs. Let’s begin with the weather forecast.
Weathermen can do that? Bring their dogs to work? That is so COOL. I mean, I take my dogs to work, but I’m not on TV (you’re welcome). But evidently this dogs-on-TV is a thing. Check it out.
I’d like everyone to say hello to Ron Trotta and Schmitty the Weather Dog. I met Ron and Schmitty a couple of years ago when visiting New York City, and Schmitty is the cutest thing ever. Not quite a hippy dippy weather dog, but she does forecast some great weather.
Last, but not least, and because I love you all, let’s take a look at how to best care for our pets in this hippy dippy weather of winter.
Hmm. She forgot to mention having plenty of Jones Natural Chews on hand. Silly woman. It’s always a wise thing to have a couple of bones and some Lamb Lung Puffs for your dog.
And if you’re going to have a bone for your dog, Jones center bones are a great choice. They come in natural (covered in meaty bits, marrow intact), and bare bones (clean and white), as well as in a variety of sizes for different size dogs. Center bones are beef, so they’re sturdy and long lasting. And right now we’re giving away the natural Center Bone, a single ingredient chewing treat that will make your dog smile. Naturally. To enter to win, click this sentence, then scroll down in the new window to find the simple instructions. Remember – tweeting daily greatly increases your chances of winning!
Spreading the good chews …