Noah — A vet’s commentary

My Dog asked the rabbi’s Dog:  “How is it that Noah took two of each type animal on the ark, but God let Noah bring all of his three sons?”

I always thought dog was spelled "God"
I always thought dog was spelled “God”


The rabbi’s Dog consulted a veterinarian who commented widely on that Torah portion and his learned opinion was that it took three boys to care for all those animals.

My Dog:  “Amazing — I have three boys at home caring for me.  That’s intensive care?”

The rabbi’s Dog:  “You are living in the Garden of Eden.

My Dog:  ” I can’t believe I went this far in life without realizing I am living in the Garden of Eden.”

The rabbi’s Dog:  “Correction.  You are living in the Garden for Eden of late bloomers.”

About the Author
Dov Hoch has been published in Arabic and Hebrew in 50 Middle East media outlets. He is a founding board member of Yemin Orde Educational Initiatives; and SIGNAL - Sino-Israel think tank; he served for 10 years on the executive board of the America Israel Chamber of Commerce. He is President of the Penn Club of Israel and Co-Chairman of the Ivy League Alumni in Israel. Dov lives in Ra'anana with his three sons where he is both Noah and the Ark and their door-step to Zion. His first book is: The Perishability of Importance.
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