New Sonic Drive-In Drives Need for Dog Etiquette Class

It has come to my attention that a new Sonic Drive-In is being constructed less than two miles from our house. My dogs are already wagging their tails in delight as this is their favorite fast food restaurant. However, in the past, we have had some bad Sonic behavior , so we have started a training class for our dogs complete with a PowerPoint presentation, to teach them correct Sonic Etiquette.

These are our goals:

  1. Mommy has to order: It is not appropriate to bark or growl your food choices into the Sonic order machine at your drive-in station. The dogs will learn that Mommy presses the button and Mommy will interpret what menu items will be ordered.
  2. It is not acceptable to bark, growl or drool when the server (with or sans roller skates) comes to the car window to drop off the food. Growling makes most people ill at ease and cascading drool disgusts everyone. Correct behavior includes sitting back on assigned seats and waiting until all food is given to Mommy and the server has retreated.  Only then will Mommy dole out the goodies.
  3. There is no jumping in the front seat when soft drinks and loose ketchup is present.  Mommy hates to have to clean out car seat stains especially ketchup, which if not removed properly, can look like someone was murdered in the car and Mommy doesn’t like people to think she does that kind of stuff.

Dogs will learn that if they do make it into the front seat on a good leap and then decide to return to the back seat, they must clear the gear shift.  Sonic, and we know this from experience, does not appreciate cars going into their support poles no matter how unintentional it was.

Once our dogs pass this simple but detailed etiquette class, it will be Sonic “fur” all.

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5 thoughts on “New Sonic Drive-In Drives Need for Dog Etiquette Class”

  1. Is it okay if the humans growl their food choices into the Sonic order machine at your drive-in station? At the end of a busy workday some people have short tempers when they can’t understand the scratching voice on the other end.

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