Hello. It’s me!!
That’s a nice snap that Dad took … until you zoom in a bit and see what I was up to.
Now, you’re “prolly” asking yourself why I’d go to the back yard water bowl and partake in a belly-busting quenchable, #amirite?
Well, it comes down to this … each morning I’m busy evaluating threats, and that kind of work makes one thirsty.
You remember the four main categories of threats, don’t you?
- Rusted Metals.
Each morning it is my job to evaluate threats. I like to go outside, sit at the confluentia of three arterials, and just see what is going on. Please visit the website (https://dashthedachshund.com/) to watch this video of me “doing my job” in the morning.
Critics say that I’ve yet to identify a credible threat.
My retort to their elucidation is simple … if I weren’t so vigilant, credible threats could arrive in large quantities. I mean, did you hear the golf cart in the background of the video? What if the array of 6-volt batteries powering the golf cart quietly discharged? Then what?
My neighborhood is safe because I do my job – I am resolute, and I am vigilant.
P.S.: Some sad news … my Mom recently passed away at the relatively young age of seven (7). Without Mom in my life, I’m likely to become even more vigilant … I’m the Leader of my family now and it’s critical that I evaluate each and every potential threat.
A tiny version of me can be seen nuzzling with Mom above. This was in the “pre-crunchable” era of my life.