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I wish my dog could talk because ....

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by BessieDog, Sep 18, 2013.


  1. BessieDog

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    1. I wouldn't waste time defrosting food then throwing it away as she just doesn't fancy that today! (And before tough love people start, there is a limit as to how long you can keep raw food until the maggots start crawling all over it). :D

    2. I'd know what she was dreaming about when she spent 5 minutes frantically wagging her tail in her sleep. As she wags her tail when on a scent I reckon she was onto something interesting. :)
     
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    I'd love to know what he is saying when he howls at me / my husband / random children in the street :D

    To know that they're constantly happy and healthy and be able to tell me when their feeling under the weather
     
  3. Firedog

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    If mine ever start talking they are being rehomed.:D
     
  4. skylark3

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    Good job they can't talk - what we would get is "what's this rubbish in my bowl, I can smell what you're having, and it isn't this!"
     
  5. PawsOnMe

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    I'm glad mine can't talk what we'd have "why aren't you throwing the ball yet? i'll keep nudging you till you play".. "who's that going past the house?".."Is it dinner time? walk time? bedtime biscuit time?" It'd be a nightmare, worse than a toddler!
     
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    Husky would probably be saying " WHY AREN'T YOU BEING INTERESTING, WHY HAVE YOU GOT THE HEATING ON. CAN I BITE TAZ PLEASE?"

    Taz wold probably be saying "CAN WE RE HOME THE HUSKY PLEASE MAM?!?!"
     
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    I think I would get a lot of "why", and "please don't go to work cuddle me"!!
     
  8. Kivasmum

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    Oh Kiva likes it so much more when it has added maggots......dirty wench! Lol

    This week I wish my dog could talk so I could explain to her that she has had surgery and needs to keep it calm for a while so she can heal properly, and I'm not just on her case about licking and jumping and zoomies because I'm mean and don't love her anymore :(
     
  9. K9Steve

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    At times I wonder what my dogs (and cats for that matter) are trying to say, but then again, I'm glad they don't talk because I would be in a lot of trouble as they would tell on me, gossip behind my back (maybe they do anyway, I don't know), but mostly complaining why they get the food they do and why they can't have mine. Add that to the arguments of why one dog is doing something it shouldn't to another dog -sounds like teenagers doesn't it? Of course, the begging as they say, "Can we do this?" or "Can we do that?", especially when they want to play ball or other games with me.

    Now, if my dogs (and cats) do begin to talk, I'll be checking myself into the nearest insane asylum as soon as possible. :lol:
     
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