There are two kinds of people in this world: cat people and dog people. That’s what it boils down to. And I, friends, am a dog person. I was looking over some favorite puppy pins on Pinterest before coming back to wordpress.
Am I the only one who narrates what dogs do? As though I can really read their minds? I don’t think so.
For instance, I found the post “What Dogs are Really Thinking,” where the author narrated her dog’s faces and movements.. The last dog I had, a Springer Spaniel, was wonderful. Alas, he was around before the days of digital cameras, so I can’t upload any pics of him to tell you what he was thinking and see if you get the same idea.
However, I can take some cues from Pinterest and get to practice…
“What? I”m cruising with my girl friend. Totes normal. Don’t we look fabulous?”
“And here I thought the depths of humiliation had been plumbed with the bow. But no. Trust my people to take it further.”
3. “I’m not dumb. I knew what V-E-T spelled. I’m just glad you came back and I can leave.”
“Oh yeah, I’ve got it. Don’t worry. I know ALL about walking animals.”
“Whatcha got over there??”
“Is this my stick or yours?” “It’s okay; we can share.”
“This one is mine.”
What do you guys think? Do you “read” your pet’s mind as well? What do you think of my interpretations?
4 thoughts on “Seven Exercises to Read Your Dog’s Thoughts”
Haha. I totally do mind reading for my dog … In a stupid voice. But I do that for my cat too. Honestly, I REALLY love cats AND dogs!
I forgot to mention the voice! And I change the words a little bit, but I didn’t think it would translate very well onto the page. 🙂
So cute! We speak for our dog all the time. We carry on quite the conversations. I love your captions. These dogs are too cute!
Thank you! I know, my husband and I also have whole conversations for dogs, even if we just pass them in the car!