Wednesday, April 19, 2006

DOG DITTY DAILY #30

A Motivational Moment for Misguided Masters & Mutts

By Hugo Hotagen, DDD (Duke of Doorknobs & Doghouses), a loyal lapdog-in-training apprenticed to the affable, agnostic and all-round air-headed Court of the Quipping Queen

In honor of "The Year of the Dog", here are three dog stars you probably didn't know even existed:

Sirius - often known as th,e brightest star in the night sky, is located in the constellation of Canis Major (Big Dog).

The Pup, a white dwarf star and companion of Sirius, is also located in the constellation of Canis Major.

Procyon, is the principal star in the constellation Canis Minor (Little Dog).


And for those who can guess the names of the three canine stars who appear on Hollywood's "Walk of Fame", and the answer is ... "Lassie", "Rin Tin Tin" and "Strongheart". Your prize ... a dog biscuit naturally!

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