Friday, June 24, 2011

My Dear... My Card

Many humans think that we dogs have a very primitive way of communicating with each other.  That we couldn't possibly be sending complex messages via something so simple.

I am here to prove you wrong.

First, locate the site of a fellow dog's important message.


Slowly inhale every bit, byte, and piece via your superior sense of smell.  Allow a few moments for your brain to reconstruct the message so that you can understand it.  This may take some time and may involve your flavor-saver beard (if you are lucky enough to possess one).  Do not allow your human to interrupt - this could be important!

Nothing too important today (no girlie dogs in heat, basically).  So just leave a message of your own.  Here I am simply leaving my calling card, to let other dogs (and especially squirrels) know that I have been here. 

As always, I AM HERE TO HELP



Asta said...

I know that anyone walking in youw neighbowhood would be delighted to get a lovely message fwom you. I think you awe vewy thoughtful and I wish I could come wead youw messages..I guess you would nevew wead mine cause I nevew go into heat anymowe, but I love you anywhewe
smoochie kisses

Baby Rocket Dog and Hootie said...

Well put Bogie. Thank you for letting the uninformed know how our lines of communication really work!
Smooches from pooches,
BabyRD & HOotie