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Linda Brown

Researchers are so .... well, silly.

Linda Brown

Of course, all animals do. And I believe they have souls also and go over the rainbow bridge...

All Things Collie

One of my collies, Ryder, was in a canine cognition study being done by Yale University. It was pretty interesting, but we had to stop going. They wanted us to get Ryder additional vaccines, and we try not to do unnecessary vaccines, because of the potential health problems. But we really enjoyed participating, hope their study helps us learn more about our best friends!

Comedy Plus

Not surprised one bit. Dogs need lots of attention and cats just need you to leave them alone.

I linked this post to Feline Friday.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

Memories of Eric and Flynn

Researchers get paid a lot of money for telling us things that are obvious to most people! That dog certainly looks most put out.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

All you have to do is own one to know that.

Brian Frum

Some humans just don't get it, seriously.

Monika, Sam & Elsa

Bwahaha! That look is just priceless. The poodles are less subtle, I get a snarky nose nudge under the arm.


I guess researchers don't have dogs, huh?

Kinga K

so pretty❤

Jodi Stone

Apparently researchers don't have dogs. Any multiple dog owner could have told them this. I wonder how much was spent trying to figure this out?

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