Okay, so’s today is Tuesday and that means tomorrow is Wednesday! And Wednesdays are usually pretty good days except that, well, me and Brudder Ranger haves to go to the V.E.T. tomorrow! Now don’t fret. It’s just my annual check-up that will lets our very kind doctor tell us how very much beautiful we are and look at our teethies and gets our <gulp!> shots.
But here’s the dealio. As you might know, I haves no idea about what kinda other doggies are in my family tree. And as you mighta read in this post, we get asked it a whole whole lot. So my mom has been thinkin’ about maybe getting a dee-en-ay test done on me.
Now, my mom’s done gobs of research and knows that dee-en-ay tests aren’t necessarily 127% accurate. But she thinks that this place looks like the best one cuz they haves so many different kinds of dogs in their ‘puters. They don’t have American Pit Bull Terrier but they DO haves American Staffordshire Terrier and they’re real close. And if you take a gander at their gallery, it looks like they do a pretty good job figuring out this dee-en-ay stuff.
So anyway, the onliest reason that we would do it is for curiosity-sake. And that way, when somebody asked us what was in my family tree, we could go, “Well, the dee-en-ay test said…”
Oh, and me and mom thoughts it would be kinda fun to have some sort of “Guess Mayzie’s Family Tree” contest and somehow try to raise some moneys for rescue.
But on the other paw, when it comes down to it, it’s not gonna change how momma or dad feels about me. They’re not gonna luvs me any more or less cuz of what the dee-en-ay test shows. So we just wonder if it’s even worth it just to satisfys our curiositys.
And that’s where YOU come in! Yes – YOU! Pretty please, tell me in your comment if you think we oughta do the dee-en-ay test or not. Oh, and if you’ve ever had a dee-en-ay test done, you could go ahead and let us know what you thought about it, too.
Alrighty, wish me lucks tomorrow at the V.E.T. and on Thursday I’ll lets you know what got decided about the dee-en-ay test.
Thanks for your helps – from the bottom of my little heart!