According to Twitter, it’s #InternationalDogDay. Is that real? I have no idea, but if I put dogs in the title, people will click on this blog. Look, you did it. That’s how we ended up here together. Either way, I promised dogs, so here are some dogs.
First up is Fletcher. Fletcher belongs to Colleen’s parents and I’m counting it because her building won’t let her have a dog of her own. Fletcher looks like a good boy who does a great job of tracking down tennis balls, but in reality he’s really lazy.
Next up are Joe Randazzo’s dogs, Howie and Callie, or as I like to call them, the Golden Girls.
I just think they look like 2 old ladies who sit by the window and spy on neighbors.
My dogs have been staring at the window for an hour. pic.twitter.com/BsqQIJO3kQ
— Hoodie Joe Randazzo (Bronx Pinstripes writer) (@deflategator) August 16, 2019
Here we have Scott Reinen’s dog Mattingly, who, unlike his namesake, may actually see a championship. I’ve never seen a dog less happy in a picture, but think about how you would feel if someone dressed you up and made you take a picture.
This is Dory, who belongs to Delia. It turns out that Dory was sad in this picture because the Yankees were losing. Hopefully the team sees this and never loses again.
John Bleh tried to get his dog to wear a hat, and as you can see, it didn’t go well. Still a very good boy.
Last and, of course not least, is the people’s champion, Jorge Pawsada. You can follow him on Instagram.
He may look familiar from last week’s Stadium Eats. In a world full of good boys, he may be the goodest.
Today is #InternationalDogDay so make sure you check out Jorge Pawsada in this episode of #StadiumEats with @JJFromTheBronx pic.twitter.com/mCYD15q0WL
— Bronx Pinstripes (@BronxPinstripes) August 26, 2019