Frankly Freddie – Dog Owners are Healthier Hoofers

Dear Subscribers human or otherwise,

My Human has been very lax lately not posting on this MY FAVORITE BLOG but focusing her attention on CATNIPblog which we all know is dedicated to the wrong species.  
She has been a bit under the weather and using that for an excuse not to go to art classes, not to clean her office, not to eat properly, not to do anything she doesn’t want to do.  HUMANS!  I constantly have to remind her it’s time for treats and take her on walks.

My last CATNIPblog post was such an important one that I am referencing it here so all of you who do not have a canine to take care of you will go out and adopt one quickly.

Here’s an excerpt from my post and the salient information:

I take my human out for a walk as often as I can.  She’s a bit delusional . . .  she thinks she’s walking me.  So I constantly have to find proof that she needs to quit patting herself on the back and pat me.

“In a study published in the journal BMC Public Health, dog owners on average walked 22 minutes more per day compared to people who didn’t own a dog.”

“If you look at studies on pet ownership, people who own pets seem to live longer than those who don’t own them,” . . .  

Get a life.  Get a dog . . . like me


Freddie Parker Westerfield, CHT

Certified Human Trainer

If you don’t believe me read this: Dog Owners Walk 22 minutes more per day 


7 comments on “Frankly Freddie – Dog Owners are Healthier Hoofers

    • Dear Becca Givens, human-being,
      Challenge is an understatement. Human-beings do not like to wear leashes, much less be told where and when to “go”. They insist on a variety of food and eat constantly. Fortunately they respond to affection otherwise they might be impossible to train. It’s nice you understand and it seems you are not one of the more challenging humans.

      Freddie Parker Westerfield, Canine Dog


    • Dear Sharon Bonin-Pratt, human-being, double hyphenate,
      You are the most perceptive human-being I know (currently). I will tell my human-being that you are sending her love if you tell her that she is lucky to have me looking out for her (she mistakenly thinks it’s the other way around)

      Sending love to you too,
      Freddie Parker Westerfield, H-B L.A.
      Human-being looker after

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