Okay, so I don’t know if that’s true, but it could be! This is my uncle and his two lucky dogs: Ellewood (Ellie) and Potomac (Mac). Ellie was a little foundling puppy he was given after his other dog passed away, and Mac was a rescue he adopted from BROOD (Basset Rescue of Old Dominion). But I think what makes these dogs happy is something I think would make anyone happy: they’ve spent their lives in some of the most beautiful and incredible places America has to offer. My uncle spent 25 years with the National Park Service as a Chief Ranger, moving every few years from one picture perfect national park to another. So I’m thinking that beats any corner office, and these two happy pups have been along for some of that glorious American ride.
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They look about as happy as could be— I think you might be right!
Opps, can be* !
Any dog that gets to be with their human in the great outdoors all day is a very lucky dog. These two are high up on the happiest dog list ;-)
I agree, that human component seems to be the biggest draw.
They do look very happy indeed!:)