Why Puppies Are Better Than Babies

  1. You don’t have to play the “here comes the choo-choo” game at mealtimes.
  2. There’s no need to have your house “puppy-proofed” — when a puppy bonks her head, she just keeps playing.
  3. A puppy will never grow up to be a mad bomber, deranged chainsaw killer, or hedge fund manager.
  4. No three o’clock feedings!

Redditor ahhhgodzilla says: ” My foster dog has ME (mega esaphogus) so he has to eat in this chair. He doesn’t seem to mind!”



  1. What a good boy!

  2. Your foster dog has ‘me’ as well! Prayers for growing out of ot and for a wonderful furever home!
    Such a sweet face!

  3. of=it
    Grrrr ruff bark bark

  4. Barb and Paul says:

    What a face! And God Bless you for fostering a little critter that many more hard hearted folk would just let go to the great beyond.


  6. Reblogged this on taanjiastreasuresblog and commented:
    gotta love those pups

  7. Lois Reece says:

    You can leave a puppy on the floor in the kitchen with a bowl of water and nobody calls Children’s Protective Services on you.

  8. Thank you – finally someone who’s on the same page as I am! 🙂

  9. I agree wholeheartedly that puppehs are better than babies (as well as all other forms of life) but I must take issue with reason #4, as my dog often wakes me in the middle of the night because:

    1. She’s hungry, since the picky princess refused to eat most of her dinner when it was originally offered to her or

    2. It’s playtime! 🙂

  10. ME too!

  11. Truth!

  12. I love CO, it gives us cute and “learns” us things!

    All kidding aside, I had never hear of ME, did a search and read up on it, I do love to learn new things.

  13. I’m sure many CO followers also follow the Itty Bitty Kitty Committee, but for those who don’t, Laurie has adopted Wylla, a kitten with ME. She recently posted a retrospective of how she has grown, showing all the setups she’s used for feeding: http://www.theittybittykittycommittee.com/2014/02/little-cat-getting-longer.html

  14. Yeah, I saw that post the other day of how they put her food up high, too much!

  15. Too much a doggie eating politely in a high chair. I want to see him pulled up to the table with the family at dinner!

  16. My poor old bulldoggie, Prunie, had ME for the last year of her life. Bless ahhhgodzilla for taking in this little one!

  17. Or you can leave them in a doggie crate and no one worries. Mine have the run of the main floor of my house.

  18. Yeah, I was thinking that maybe cats were not the route to go, as my pretty princess likes to demand her breakfast anywhere between 3:30 and 6:00 am. UGH!