Friday, February 8, 2008

More Dog/Human dictionary:

Dogs and humans seem to have different meanings for many words. Here are a few of the frequently misunderstood words and their proper usage for dogs.

Treatable: Human definition, something that can be treated or cured.
Dog definition; Something worthy of reward. Example of usage; I just brought you the ball, that is a treatable trick. Where is my treat you cheapskate?

Doggedly: Human definition; Something you done stubbornly or tenaciously.
Dog definition; Something that is best done by a dog. Example, I did an extraordinary good job of fetching that duck, it was a doggedly good job.

Minute: Human definition; A unit of time equal to one sixtieth of an hour, or 60 seconds
Dog definition: One to two hours, maybe a day if we are waiting in the car, remember guys, one human year is seven to ten dog years. Why do you think we get impatient when you make us wait? Get a move on there fellow, we don’t have forever!

Food: Human definition; Edible material that has been properly prepared and seasoned to provide nourishment to the body. Eaten slowly and with pleasure.
Dog definition; Something chewable that can also be swallowed in large bits so as to minimise the time wasted in chewing.

Cat: Human definition; a small animal of the feline family that is kept in the house as a pet. Something to be pampered and cared for with love and affection.
Dog definition; A small but usable exercise machine, suitable for low to moderate exercise only.

That is all for today, it is time to go to the park!
Mogley G. Retriever

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