July 15, 2011

White Dog recently read a post on the Painter Pack's blog where Mya Boo Boo wondered what her furry siblings would drive, if pups could hit the road behind the wheel. WD and Steve share a passion for cars (and in fact share ownership in our Zap! Xebra elecric car). They soon found themselves deep in conversation about what each of the members of the White Dog Army would choose given their distinct personalities (if they had an unlimited allowance). These are the conclusions reached:

The Mighty Quinn, The Other White Dog, TOWD
A sensible, sedate older gentleman drives a, quiet, sensible, yet slightly stylish car, in blue of course (1967 Chevy Impala)

Nuka Angel, Another White Dog, AWD
An older, unmarried spinster must have a Rambler. She splurges a little on the fancier model, the Classic, but still maintains the frugal image (1964 Rambler Classic).

Puff the Magical, Still Another White Dog, SAWD
A sleeper car for a stealth girl suits the bill here – a car that looks normal, but packs a WALLOP of power (2004 Chrysler 300 SRT8)

YoYoMa, Yet Another White Dog, YAWD
Wild child of the group, masculine and not afraid to express it, he needs a rugged, stylish monster of a vehicle (1999 Dodge Power Wagon Concept)

and of course, Steve could not skip naming a car for her highness
Siku Marie, THE White Dog, WD
Sporty is the key word for this enigmatic child and a red convertible fits the bill perfectly, and the white stripe is a nod to the White Dog Army (1999 Mazda Miata)

Everyone knows that when The Whte Dog Army moves en masse, it is in the specially designed and license plated WDA Taxi, Pumpkin, a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT.

So, what would you drive, my friends? A Chevy Nova? A Smart Car? A Hummer? A Testarossa?


Teddy Bear said...

We love getting to know your personalities more and more. I would drive a snowmobile and Sierra would drive a white Prius to match her fur.:)

Teddy Bear & Sierra

Sam said...

Well, Sam has always been something of a truck dog - his favorite being my old '54 Chevy pick up or our '86 F150.

Monty is just happy to go for a car ride!


Brian said...

Y'all got excellent taste in wheels! I would be happy with any high purrformance one!

Wyatt said...

What a garage full of fun rides you would have, BOL!
Stanzie would want a convertible, so she could smell the smells. Something small like a Mini Cooper, so there would be no room for Wyatt! Wyatt likes grandma's Javelin. The butterscotch plaid seats are so retro and match his fur!

Jacqueline said...

This is such a cute, fun post=we really enjoyed the creativity and interesting read!!...We love the new header=you guys are such a gorgeous family of sweethearts!...After catching up with your adventures, we are really happy to learn that Quinn is healing well and he and YoYoMa have found some hope in developing a loving relationship; we will continue to purr for their bond to develop into a true, respectful friendship...BTW, Sue, you and Steve are the best parents we know and your babies are all so lucky to have your love, care and guidance in their lives...And we are so lucky to enjoy your precious friendships; happy weekend, sweeties...xoxo...J, Calle, Halle, Sukki

Bailey Be Good! said...

I'm not sure if I could answer this question -- I'm still getting used to riding in a car! Teehee!

Woofs & hugs,

~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

KB said...

Ha, you have me laughing. R would definitely drive a Porsche sportscar (red). K would drive a very reliable 4wd vehicle, in brown, of course.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

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Kari in WeHo said...

I like Quinn's pick :)


The Thundering Herd said...

We all conspire to figure out to steal the hu-dad's Jeep Wrangler and go on a joy ride. Though, solo, we believe Natasha would be a limousine.