Today I’d like to talk about one of my favorite dogs. He’s a legend in the cartoon world of dogs. You might say he’s the Babe Ruth of dogs. The standard by which all dogs are measured. Of course I’m talking about my good friend, Snoopy. This is a dog that you can believe. He’s not some kind of made-up dog who talks. Snoopy is the real deal. A dog’s dog.
The mystery is how a blockhead like Charlie Brown was able to find such a cool dog. Who else has a dog who at one time is a World War I flying ace
and the next time he’s a vulture in a tree?
He’s also a darned good shortstop!
Like most self-respecting dogs, he’s a hater of cats as well. Favorite foods – pizza and root beer. You gotta like a dog with good taste!
Some other accomplishments for Snoopy – he’s a good chef. He once made a turkey for Thanksgiving.
He can also make popcorn. He’s been the Easter Beagle and an astronaut.
He can play a mean saxophone.
He can play a little piano and is an excellent conductor. He’s a scratch golfer and is good at most sports, including hockey, tennis and surfing.
He’s quite a writer. He writes a lot of thrillers. Most start out with the classic line, “It was a dark and stormy night…”
His best friend is a bird named Woodstock. I’m not a friend of most birds but I could hang with Woodstock. He seems pretty harmless. I also like the Joe Cool character Snoopy does. When it comes to being cool, Snoopy is the coolest.
Come to think of it, he may be the world’s most interesting dog.
There’s almost nothing he can’t do. And besides, he’s the definition of man’s best friend.
Snoopy. A true hall of famer! He sure has come a long way from his humble beginnings at the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm.