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Old 04-19-2013, 04:51 PM   #1
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True Story about my dog

I'm afraid I really have to admit my dog is not to smart. He farted, then he looked surprised, and looked around to see what that noise was.
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:08 PM   #2
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Same thing

We had a wonderful black lab that used to do that all the time. She was very entertaining.
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I do the same thing when in an elivater.
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:17 PM   #4
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I'm afraid I really have to admit my dog is not to smart. He farted, then he looked surprised, and looked around to see what that noise was.
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:22 PM   #5
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Mine just grins.
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:27 PM   #6
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Our 13.5 year old female miniature schnauzer is a very feminine old lady. Occasionally she will pass some gas and she will turn around and sniff and get this look like who would do such a thing, certainly not me. Then she leaves the room.

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Our lab will be laying there, on one side or another, and start wagging her tail, beating it against the floor. Then she'll lift her head, look around and lay it back down. Now if she see's you looking at her, she'll get up, turn around, and lay right back down like she just arrived at the spot...
My eyes are watering, she just farted again....
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I thought ours was the only one that tried to look like; WHO ME?
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My wife's dog will sneak up to my head at night when we are sleeping, fart, and when I move and/or sit up, he will jump on my pillow and refuse to get off.

Think I would learn after a few thousand times....
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So the gentleman got invited to his future wife's house for Sunday dinner and to meet the parents of the bride.

They are sitting at the table when he gets a belly gas bubble, oh what to do.
He gently lifts up and lets a little squeaker go and the mother says, "Spot, get over here!"

He looks down and the dog is under his chair, praise the powers. So he raises up again and lets a little sprrrrt go, and the mother says, "Spot, get over here!" Oh praise the powers he thinks to himself she really thinks it is the dog. So, he raised up again and just lets go, Whhrrruuump. The mother says, "Spot, get over here before he messes all over you! (I cleaned it up some.)
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Have a friend that uses a CPAP. The machine is on a nightstand shelf abut 4 inches off the floor. During the night the dog that sleeps beside the bed cut one and the machine sucked in the fouled air. Can you imagine a 70 year old fat guy tearing the CPAP mask off about 2 AM..........
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Have a friend that uses a CPAP. The machine is on a nightstand shelf abut 4 inches off the floor. During the night the dog that sleeps beside the bed cut one and the machine sucked in the fouled air. Can you imagine a 70 year old fat guy tearing the CPAP mask off about 2 AM..........
I keep mine way above floor level. That story is funny and I can envision it happening. Even sense it.
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Our newest dog is a tinee tiny Yorkie and she should have been in medicine in the operating room. You have never seen such a gas passer. Brings tears to your eyes almost every single fluff.
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I can't remember my 8 year old Min-pin ever passing gas. Her breath stinks, though.
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