Hi, my name is Grover, and I live in
Columbia, Canada. According to my owners,
I’m a Pug, although I’m not really sure what that
is. To me and my
friends, I’m just lovable, furry old Grover.
I’ve also been known to answer to the name of “Lord
Fuzzbottoms”, but I have to admit I understand that even less. People can be so strange!
One thing I do understand, however, is proper
dog care. How can I
not? After all,
I’m a dog myself!
I know what I like!
If you stick around, I think you’ll see that I’m
pretty intelligent and knowledgeable in these areas.
(editors note: Although Grover is an
intelligent Dog, he has been known to do odd things like eat crayons on
occasion. You would
be wise to bear that in mind when you listen to him)
Where did that voice come from?
Anyway, as I was saying, this website is primarily concerned with
offering free advice and information on man’s best friend. I know how much you
hairless apes like us, but sometimes you could use some friendly advice
so that you can do the job better.
Consider this website as thanks for all the times you’ve
picked up our poop!
We dogs really do appreciate that service.
(editors note: After Grover has finished
one of his crayons buffets, his poop is often bright green)
Will you stop doing that!
I’m talking now!
Anyway, if you have any dog related questions or comments that
you’d like answered, feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com.
meantime, I hope you come back often.
This is my first attempt at making a website, but I’m
learning things constantly, and I’m planning on updating it
Plus I’ll be helping him, so we should be adding new items of
interest fairly often)
That’s not true!
I’m doing this whole website all by myself!
Fine, Grover is doing this whole website by himself, **nudge nudge wink
Well, I’m glad we got that cleared
up, although I’m not sure what that whole nudge
nudge, wink wink thing means.
I guess this is just another example of a hairless ape custom that I
just don’t understand.
Thank goodness people can be so loveable!
It kind of makes up for your inherent strangeness.
Anyway, thank-you for visiting the dog pound,
and I hope you enjoy your stay!