‘Batboy’ Jake a big hit at the ballpark

Here’s a burst of sunshine for your weekend: Jake the Diamond Dog. No politics here, unless maybe you don’t like dogs. (I don’t trust people who don’t like dogs.)

Come on now, everybody smile!

I borrowed this from Ronni Bennett’s Time Goes By. I don’t think she’ll mind sharing the sunshine.

 



Categories: dogs, Sports, video content

26 replies

  1. That brought a great smile to my dial and a tear to my eye. What a delightful way to start my day. I’ll be grinning all day long.
    Thanks Susan

  2. Reblogged this on LordBeariOfBow and commented:
    If this doesn’t make your day nothing will.

  3. Jake makes me smile AND laugh! What a sweet, helpful boy! 🙂 Thank you for sharing this with us! 🙂

    My doggie, Cooper, and I enjoyed watching this vid! Cooper is too small to pick up a bat, but he can pick up small tennis balls (not regular size). Maybe he could be of help to small tennis players! 😛

    (((HUGS))) 🙂

  4. Reblogged this on Still Skeptical After All These Years and commented:
    Reblogged from Piedtype.com. Delightful!!

  5. I enjoyed this video at TGB and here, too, being both a baseball fan and dog lover.

  6. I don’t trust people who don’t like cats 😋

    • I’m a little more forgiving of people who don’t like cats, but only because my sister is so allergic she can’t even come into my house. But I love my kitty and have never been without at least one cat.

      • Haha, allergies aside, when people don’t like cats, I take it as a sign that they don’t understand boundaries. Boundaries and respect. That’s how you win a cat cover. Tummy rubs and overt affection are for dogs. I had dogs until adulthood when I got a cat. I’ve been converted. 😄

        • I have one cat and one dog. Love ’em both, but yes, totally different species and behavior.

          • Do they get along? My cat hates my husband’s dogs. The cat before loved the dog, but he hated her. 😂

            • They don’t play together, but they tolerant each other. The dog occasonally tries to play but I warn her off. She’s 70 lbs. The cat’s only 10 lbs and getting old. I’ve had many instances of dog and cat(s) together and never had a problem. Introduce them slowly and with a watchful eye. Make sure they know you won’t tolerate any misbehavior. (Actually, you can train the dog. Not much you can tell a cat.)

“I cannot be an optimist but I am a prisoner of hope.” ~ Cornel West

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