It is almost the very hot time of year when swimming in the very wet pool for therapy dogs is good for watery activities. I so much love to swim in the summer and all the other seasons, but this year, Sandy told me I have to be careful because a very big dry time is happening in California. What does that mean for me and my pool and me too?
All the grass around the place where I am living is getting very dry and brown, but not like a treat brown. Like a very big dry time brown.
Sandy says if I splash around in the pool for too much fun activities of water this summer, she can’t put any more waters back into the pool to keep it full and ready for me, the water retriever. I cannot have a summer without treats or a pool without enough waters. I have to do something to stop the very big dry time!
I do not need so much water when I rest inside in the air conditioning. I will donate my water to the cause of the pool against the very big dry time.
The yard where I play and live and sometimes catch a ball is very covered in water-eating plants and grass. While Sandy is away, I will make sure that they do not steal away my pool from me.
Woof! What a very good dry time gardening dog I am. I have dug up all of Sandy’s water-eating flowers and grass and replaced them with some less water needing rocks and dirt that can stand up in the very big dry time. This is called “dogscaping,” and it is my way of helping the very big dry time of California for dogs who need pools of waters. Sandy will be so proud of me and my “dogscaping” work.
I also have to warn the human-people at Smile TV about using too much water in the very big dry time. Sandy likes to drink water during the day, but I say “Wait, Sandy! Donate your water to the cause of the pool waters against the very big dry time!” She listens sometimes, but sometimes she drinks the water anyway.
Now I can guard the bathroom with this very official “Out of Order” sign that will remind the human-people of Smile TV in Smile Valley not to spend too much water on going here. They should do their business in the very best water-saving place possible: outside, like very good therapy dogs for humans!
How will you save water in the cause of the pool against the very big dry time? Leave me a comment, or send me an email to [email protected]