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The mother of all dog fantasies…

January 11, 2007

This dog lives the life other dogs only dream about, helping with quality control for a dogs-only bakery operated by her owner. Here’s the part I really like. Her owner used to be a florist. So, one day the dog comes to work expecting more boring flowers, and finds this stuff instead.  No wonder pets are endlessly optimistic and extravagantly hopeful.bakery2.jpg Ronja stands in front of the display in her owner’s dogs-only bakery in the western German city of Wiesbaden January 8, 2007. The owner of the bakery, “Dog’s Goodies”, Janine Saraniti-Lagerin, is a former florist.    REUTERS/Alex Grimm

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Ever visited the dining car on the Gravy Train?

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Can I get a bit of that hand that feeds me? Why is it against the rules?

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All day I get “bark, bark, bark.” What the heck does “bark, bark, bark,” mean? Now I’ve got fleas. This job sucks.

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The caviar crackers? Prettys steep. Seven roll-overs and fourty-five speaks.

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Nah, you don’t have to buy anything. It’s out the second doggie door on the left.

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King, allergic to soy ever since he was a pup, could only stare and drool at the delicious treats.

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Maam, can you direct me to the nearest “something dead to roll in” store?

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I don’t have any cash. You mind if I just sit up and lick the glass?

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