Through the years we have made fun of had fun with written posts about Tom Brady and his dogs and his photoshoots. So we couldn’t resist following up with this cover on VMAN magazine coming out this week.
While the cover would not be suitable for, say, Dog Fancy or Family Circle, apparently the editorial staff believes that it will attract a large readership to the interview with Tom on how much he loves his family, how cuddly he really is, and Life Beyond Football.
We aren't sure why they think the cover, the interview, or the pictures inside make him America's alpha dog. But then we have never had an offer to edit a men's magazine.
But Boston has a Dangerous Dog ordinance that covers Pit Bulls. According to the Boston Herald none of the heavy restrictions on other Pit Bulls in Boston apply to Lua.
It could be because Lua's owner has taken the team to four Super Bowls and won three, was selected to six Pro Bowls, makes over $72 million, is married to a millionaire super model, owns several homes outside of Boston, and has really great hair.
But we’re just guessing.
However, we are grateful to Tom Brady for inspiring a series of posts on macho men who admit they love tiny dogs after he insisted in a later post that the little Yorkie in his bicycle basket “belongs to my wife.”
You would think that someone contending to be America's alpha dog would have the footballs in his shorts to admit that the tiny dog was his.
Probably posing with a Poodle on the cover of VMAN wouldn't cut it. Image is everything applies to dogs too.