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Just yesterday at the dog park, we were wondering exactly what information is conveyed when dogs sniff each other's butts. I love stories where dogs' noses get them where they need to go.


That is a great story! Love it!


You know I love these happy endings. This one is no exception.

I linked this post to Awww Mondays.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

All Things Collie

What a clever dog! One of the collies did something similar years and years ago. If I can find the post I'll come back with the link.

All Things Collie

Found it!



dexter can smell tuna the second the can opener pierces the tin.

Melissa K. Clinton

That is a great story and speaks volumes about the doggie daycare!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

That is a smart dog. Thank God he is safe and thank God for good sniffers.

granny annie

Just another amazing story about the abilities of dogs. What a wonderful outcome to a potentially sad ending.


YAY! Thank heavens for wanting to be with FRIENDS!

Jodi Stone

I do know that terror. :-) Delilah would never go to the social club though...no, an open garage or back yard is far better for scrounging.

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