Tag Archive for Dog Literacy Project

Open Letter to Developers of Dog Clothes

Dog Clothes

Dear Whoever Designs Dog Clothes, Though I am sure there are some of you out there with the dogs’ interests at heart—and the ability to translate that into decent gear—I don’t have the time to research each and every canine clothing designer, so all of you should read this. Once you do, you’ll know if…

Dog Literacy Project: Kila Goes Out For NFL

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For those of you remember Kila, you remember that she was The Dog Literacy Project’s first graduate. Unlike Wasabi, who is a bad dog, Kila is a good dog. After spending her post graduate life writing books and designing chew toys, Kila’s life took a turn when she discovered her love for football. Specifically, hiking balls.…

Dog Literacy Project Expels Its First Student

Wasabi

Rabble Rouse The World is regretful to inform our readers and supporters that our Dog Literacy Project has been left with no choice but to expel one of it’s students. Wasabi, a two month old Acadia. Due to his chronic disobedience, lack of respect and insistence on urinating in the kitchen, Wasabi has been kicked out…

Dog Literacy Project Celebrates Its First Graduate

The Dog Literacy Project was founded with one goal: To change the fact that 100% of dogs in the world are illiterate. Or I should say, 100% of dogs WERE illiterate. Thanks to the hard work of our supporters and believers, only 99.999999999999999% of the dogs in the world are illiterate. Approximately. What does progress look…

Dog Literacy Project

Fact: 100% of dogs worldwide are illiterate. How would you like not to be able to read a menu? How would you like never to be able to write a letter or draft a manifesto? If you answered “no” to all three of those questions you would hate to be a dog. Dogs are illiterate. All of…