Your Dog’s New Year’s Resolutions

Cute havanese puppy dog is wearing a Happy New Year top hat

It’s that time of year again where we evaluate our past year, review our accomplishments, and set goals for next year. For us humans, these resolutions come in the form of many of the same goals. We want to save money, exercise more, and spend time with our families. Did you know your dog has objectives of their own for 2015? They do. We know this because they tell us (honest, they are quite talkative when they visit us at Pooch Hotel). We compiled a list of some of the New Year’s resolutions that are high priority for dogs in 2015.




In no particular order, here are the results.

  • Finally discover “who’s a good dog?”
  • Play more
  • Find the bone that’s buried in the backyard
  • Discover new smells
  • Cut back on watching cat videos
  • Try not to destroy all of my stuffed animals
  • Eat less garbage
  • Lose a little weight
  • Volunteer to help out at a local hospital
  • Win more games of tug-of-war
  • Drink less water from the toilet
  • Cut back on the snacking
  • Find the biggest and best stick at the park
  • Become a YouTube/Internet star
  • Beg less at the table
  • Chew up less shoes, furniture, and other no-no items
  • Learn to enjoy bath time
  • Break the Guinness World Record for ball catches
  • Make new friends
  • Enjoy life more through napping

Whatever your dog’s goals are for the New Year, we hope you’ll include us in some of those adventures.  Here’s to you and your dog having the best year ever!