Fred Basset by Alex Graham for November 28, 2023

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    jaydogg187  6 months ago

    It doesn’t help either that as a basset hound, Fred’s sense of smell is among the keenest in the world of dogs.

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    juicebruce  6 months ago

    Fred if in doubt pitch it out ;-)

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    Macushlalondra  6 months ago

    If the fish were fresh, Fred might’ve already eaten it.

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    DaveG1960  6 months ago

    Any sausages in there?

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    loridobson Premium Member 6 months ago

    Eeewwww! I don’t blame you, Fred. Fishy smelling fish is one of the most nauseating smells.

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    StephenHoyt  6 months ago

    Take that you little trout sniffer (literally)

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    david_42  6 months ago

    They might be bloaters, which are never fresh.

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    sarahbowl1 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Eew! Poor Fred! And possibly sick owner!

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    ladykat  6 months ago

    Oh, dear, that’s not good.

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    darcyandsimon  6 months ago

    Too bad he didn’t alert to it!

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    silberdistel  6 months ago

    Aww, poor Fred! I am so with you! (Didn’t need a smelly fish this morning to you know what in my bucket.)

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    KenHelmick  6 months ago

    Based on experience, if it were stinking he would roll in it…

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    ellisaana Premium Member 6 months ago

    My Shelties loved fish. And the fish didn’t have to be fresh. (They also love fishy-smelling cat food.)

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    bwswolf  6 months ago

    Maybe she got the fish for you to roll in ……. Fred ……… Ya, I doubt it too …. :)

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