Warning: This commercial contains cuteness overload!
Budweiser's latest emotional Super Bowl ad tugs at the heartstrings yet again. The ad has been circulating on the Internet today so I figured I'd share. I will admit that I have not watched it yet, simply because I still like to be surprised by the creativity of the commercials during the big game. However, after reading the descriptions of this, I can pretty much guarantee I will be a sobbing mess when this one airs.
As we get closer and closer to the Super Bowl, it's time to start picking our favorites for the highly anticipated Puppy Bowl. You can see the full starting lineup here, and maybe consider adopting one of these adorable pooches. I am personally on Team Dee Dee but all of these babes are adorable and deserving of good homes. Who are you rooting for in Puppy Bowl X?
Working From Home
I worked from home today since I didn't have any meetings and many people weren't going to be in the office yesterday. I also wanted to ensure that I could be around so Woody could wait as long as possible to tell me he needs to go outside (okay, I actually was ensuring that I could wait as long as possible before taking Woody outside). When he was ready, this was the scene:
It might be hard to tell, but both of us are looking at each other reluctantly because we know what awaits.
Speaking of cold weather, the other day I wrote about some tips to help your dog stay warm and safe in the cold. One of those tips was added indoor play time. My favorite animal helpers at The Behavior Clinic posted a great video on their Facebook page showing an example of a training game to play with your dog. All you need is some sort of "base," lots of training treats, a clicker (although, I just make the clicking sound with my tongue and it works just fine) and patience.
Below is the weather forecast in Cleveland for the next few days. Pay special attention to Tuesday.
If you live in the Midwest and Northeast, this forecast probably mirrors everything you've been seeing. Regardless of where you call home, if you have a four-legged friend there are a few things you can do to make sure your pooch stays warm and safe.
For a complete list of tips for keeping your dog warm and safe, visit the American Kennel Club website. What are some things you do to help your dog stay warm in the cold weather months?
I'm just a twenty-something female raising the weirdest dog I've ever met.