Where does one begin
To talk about a dog like Finn?
You acquired a dog one joyous day
For what seemed a fair price to pay.
His whining kept you up half the night-
Oh, you’d been sold a pup all right.
Want to take a drive, go for a ride?
Open the door, be brushed aside.
A quick stop outside the butchers shop
And the drooling would never stop.
Return to excited nose prints on the glass-
Open the window- his farts will pass.
Take him for a walk in the park,
That hound was bound to leave his mark.
You get a doggy grin and a tail wag
And a steaming Pak’n’Save bag.
Then, once walkies were done
Finn might well fire off another one!
That dog was trouble, right from the start
And then he goes, and breaks your heart.
So farewell Finn and farewell Smith,
Proof mans best friend is no mere myth.