More humour from your pets.
A DOGGY DICTIONARY
‘NO’ Means, if you give them ‘that look’, put your head on one side and make a cute noise, you can do it.
‘LEAD’ Is a length of leather or chain than lets you take your owners where you want to go.
‘DEAFNESS’ A malady that affects you if told to do something you don’t like.
‘SIT’ or ‘SHAKE PAW’ has the same meaning. Play thick for a while, and then you will be well rewarded when complying with the words.
‘DOG BED’ Is anything extremely comfortable that you can get away with lying on.
‘STAY’ Means you are being left. Complain bitterly and loudly so that you can go too.
‘SNIFF’ What you do to get to know something or someone. Do this long and deeply, and repeat until your owner tells you to stop being rude.
‘LEAN’ Something you do on your owner when they are just ready to go out. It’s always funny to watch them dodge about trying to avoid your hairs.
‘BARK’ An important one. You do this regularly to make your owner feel secure and protected.
‘PEE’ Most important of all. This is the way you mark your boundaries so that other dogs know it belongs to you. Strangely, your owners won’t let you do this in YOUR house. Humans are hard to understand sometimes