Space Cadet

Max is a space cadet. Of course he is often clueless about what is going on and will bumble into things, but I actually mean that I think he is preparing to be an astro-mutt. Maybe it is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, or maybe he is just expanding his horizons, either way I have noticed these unique behaviors emerging recently…


He’s gotten less 10tative when looking down from the heights. I believe Max is ready to take any giant leaps for dog-kind.


This K-9 may be weird about getting in the water, but he certainly dives right into his weightless training.


In his new diet the past few months, Max only 8 his own bowls of food, plus all the crumbs the baby dropped, and whatever he could find outside. I think he is making sure can stomach anything.


Max puts in a solid 7 minutes a day studying, sometimes even reading the most cutting edge scientific research. He knows reaching the stars will take a mind as toned as his body.


He has been waking (all of us) up in the 6 o’clock hour. I’m not sure if it is his training regimen or that he knows he can nap all day. Either way it is far too intense for those of us who are not morning people.


By every evaluation, this is a 5-star dog.


Max insists that sleeping with all 4 paws in the air will help him quickly acclimate to a bed with no gravity.


This dog has been pulling up to 3 Gs in his own homemade gravity training, tail chasing program. Though he usually falls down afterward.


Max is simply 2 cool for this world.


For over 1 year, Max has been studying other strange creatures and is now prepared to meet any weird extra-terrestrial life.


There are 0 reasons to keep Max from blasting off in pursuit of his dreams.

Keep reaching for the stars, Max!