Okay, here is a fun question. What do all of these names have in common? Lucky, Millie, Buddy, Barnie, Bo, and Champ. Yeah, that was too easy. They are White House dogs. But is not just a little strange that Donald Trump is the first president in over 100 years to not have a dog?
At his rallies, he has asked his followers:
‘How would I look walking a dog on the White House lawn?’
They clap, perhaps in the futile hope that the country will get to try to guess what kind of a dog he would bring into the White House. Then, Trump shakes his head like the father who said no, we cannot get that puppy now, and disappointment flickers across the hundreds of closely-packed attendees.
The remarkable group of Republicans and former Republicans who make up The Lincoln Project, have come out with a perfect ad. In fact, that is its name, The perfect ad doesn’t ex—.
It seems as if it should always be easy to make friends with a dog, after all, “man’s best friend.” Yet, it is not quite that easy. According to Iheartdog.com, there are generally five reasons that dogs do not like a person:
‘They’re quick to judge a person’s character, and there are some people they simply don’t like… dogs know a foe when they see one. They might growl if the person comes close or simply turn tail and disappear. It seems random, but it isn’t as mysterious as you think.’
These are some reasons why a dog does not like a particular person:
- Tone of voice
- Body language
- How someone interacts with other people
- Unfortunately, past trauma and
There are some smells that turn off dogs, so we recommend people not douse themselves with one of these odiferous things should they plan on going on a dog visit:
‘Dogs that dislike other dogs will often avoid people who smell like unknown canines. Other smells dogs typically don’t like include citrus, vinegar, mothballs, and rubbing alcohol.’
Alternatively, quite possibly, the best reason that dogs do not like some people is that they have more sense than some people.
The Lincoln Project recommends:
‘Choose your human wisely.’
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— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 2, 2020
Twitter world went wild when people saw this ad. After all, puppies. Take a look at some of our favorites below:
— Paula Kinley (@2beagles) October 2, 2020
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