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Ask Me About My Granddog
What’s your favorite dog-themed bumper sticker?
I was stuck in a little traffic yesterday, which could have been a major bummer except for the entertaining car in front of me. I had the good fortune to be behind one of those cars decorated from roof to hubcaps with bumper stickers, and many of them were dog-related. Naturally, they had Bark’s own “Dog is my co-pilot” prominently displayed on the actual bumper, suggesting it was one of the first acquired. Here are some of the others:
 
My windows aren’t dirty. That’s just my Corgi’s nose art
Caution: This vehicle is infested with dog hair. Enter at your own risk
The more people I meet, the more I like my dog.
Ask me about my granddog
Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?
My Corgi would herd your honor student
Your honor student is merely a pawn in my dog’s world domination plot
wag more bark less
I adhere to my Corgi’s radical ideology
squirrel whisperer on board
Your car would look like this too if you owned a Pembroke Welsh Corgi
At one end of my leash sits a dog. At the other end stands a voter. STOP B.S.L. [Breed Specific Legislation]
Caution: wiggle butt zone
 

What canine-themed bumper stickers do you have on your car? What amusing ones have you seen on other cars? 

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Karen B. London, PhD, is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and Certified Professional Dog Trainer whose clinical work over the last 17 years has focused on the evaluation and treatment of serious behavioral problems in dogs, especially aggression. Karen has been writing the behavior column for The Bark since 2012 and wrote The Bark’s training column and various other articles for eight years before that. She is an adjunct professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Northern Arizona University, and teaches a tropical field biology course in Costa Rica. Karen writes an animal column, The London Zoo, which appear in The Arizona Daily Sun and is the author of five books on canine training and behavior. She is working on her next book, which she expects to be published in 2017.

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