Red and Rover by Brian Basset for April 14, 2023

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    Pet  10 months ago

    Sweet, innocent Rover <3

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    Calvinist1966  10 months ago

    Rover has to learn how to respond to life’s knocks.

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    robertdkrebs Premium Member 10 months ago

    Hilarious, Rover did exactly what he was told, Red!

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    Catfeet Premium Member 10 months ago

    Good response, Rover!

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    Wren Fahel  10 months ago

    Kim Carnes released a song called “Crazy In the Night”. The song starts with heavy footsteps coming closer, a knock on a door, and a whispered, “Who is it?” The day I bought the 45 I brought it home & decided to listen to it in my dad’s office instead of my room. When my brother’s dog, Benji, heard that beginning, he ran to the back door, barking!

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    sarahbowl1 Premium Member 10 months ago

    That’s doggie for ’who’s there.’ And then ‘get away!’ My Lizzie is such a good watch dog. Anyone near my house gets barked at!

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    MickMaus  10 months ago

    My Doberman used to go sit by the door if someone knocked and waited for them to come in. ;-)

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    assrdood  10 months ago

    Message to advertisers: Quit putting doorbell sounds in your ads!

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    HappyDog/ᵀʳʸ ᴮᵒᶻᵒ ⁴ ᵗʰᵉ ᶠᵘⁿ ᵒᶠ ᶦᵗ Premium Member 10 months ago

    Have the two of them lost the ability to communicate with each other?

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    Moonkey Premium Member 10 months ago

    My dog doesn’t bark in the house except on very rare occasions or in her sleep. She’s an active dreamer. I recently dog sat a pug for a week, and she barked at everything, including certain tones on television. I finally remembered that my child had bought a new doorbell that played different notes than most, and it did work as far as her dogs not barking at it. Apparently this one figured it out. The pug charged the TV a few times. My dog just looked at her in confusion. So did I.

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    jimsulis  10 months ago

    I find this extremely funny

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    royq27  10 months ago

    They obviously live in a mid-century modern and his Mom is very hip in an early 60’s style. His brother is somehow grunge and Dad, basic odd dude. Still waiting for Red to fall down a well…

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    g04922  10 months ago

    LOL… gotta love Rover.

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    yip yip yip   10 months ago

    Red taught Rover a new trick, great! Yip yip yip yip yip

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    ilovecomics*infinity  10 months ago

    I adopted a sweet middle aged beagle a couple years ago. Only canine I’ve ever known to totally disregard a knock at the door or ring of the doorbell. He just lazily looks up at me from his nap as if to say “would you mind? I’m rather comfy.”

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    bwswolf  10 months ago

    Now Rover …… Remember when someone actually knocks …… you bark …………… :)

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    WCraft Premium Member 10 months ago

    Today my constant companion crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. He looked a lot like Rover. I’ll see you again someday, Boone.

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    skycountry0  10 months ago

    I’m so sorry for your loss

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    JoeMartinFan Premium Member 10 months ago

    “Red and Rover” and “Drabble” are on the same page today.

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    beany54  10 months ago

    Very sorry for your loss.

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