Rover may not hear every word, but he hears every emotion.
Sometimes whenever Red opens his mouth his father comes out.
Please make “Blah” mean any of the above.
One of the best, when he kneels down with inviting arms and says, “Come here, Boy.”
That are deep words. Rover knows what is important for him!!
I like Rover’s vocabulary better!
I can never fit the dog we had when I was a kid in any of these scenarios. He was big, black and could have played the lead in ‘The Hound f the Baskervilles’. Wouldn’t do anything useful except kill Dingos. When the last of us left home he turned up on a farm where my brother had worked and spent the rest of his life bringing in the cows. How or why nobody ever knew.
Hold the phone a second! I am dizzy just looking @ Red, Ha!
Rover has the patience of Job when it comes to Red, that’s for sure ;)
Awww so cute.
You know there are a lot of people today who say blah blah blah! Mostly during this pandemic.
Please say something that I am interested in.
I never liked using the word “treat” with our dogs.
“Treat” implies a luxury. The word “biscuit” on the other hand implies a basic ration they are entitled to by natural law.
There was a Far Side cartoon that was similar to this. It was split into two panels labelled “What we say to dogs” and “What dogs hear”. The only part of the owner’s speech which the dog understood was its own name.
Come on, Red…Rover is eagerly waiting
i know she’s listening when she asks a question..
GSD= God Sent Dogs
Fairly accurate portrayal of what a dog actually hears…
Dogs know all the really important words.
That’s quite enough, Red.
November 20, 2013