Weekend dogs are different dogs, As the bacon odds are high. Man's feet are slippered, soft, and still, With their little people nigh. Weekend dogs are wriggly dogs, A cadence to their bark. Suspension of the dreary week, They bound, joyful, round the park. Weekend dogs are helpful dogs, Always keen to lend a paw. They schloop the windows, sniff the drains, Lick cold gravy off the floor. Weekend dogs are snoozy dogs, Heads resting 'neath the chair. A Sunday feast, full belly growls, And gas abroad the air!