Thursday, July 15, 2010


Oh hi, loyal consumers of dog blogs. Today's entry comes to us from a far away land that I call "Harrisonburg"--named, of course, after the son of Harry, Burg. Thanh lives in Harrisonburg and she has a dog named Clyde. Thanh writes:

John has balanced pepperoni on Clyde's face. Clyde must hold the position until John tells him "okay" upon which he can toss back the pepperoni and eat it.

Simple, right? I wonder if he catches every single piece of pepperoni in one bite, or if they scatter on the floor and he has to snatch them all back up as soon as possible for fear that they might be taken away? If the latter, then their floor must have some gnarly bite marks.

The dog: Clyde
The food: Pepperoni
The place: In of side
The synopsis: Imagine the restraint required for a dog--not only can he not eat what is within reach of so many sensation centers (e.g. mouth, nose, eyes) but he has to wait until they are NEATLY ARRANGED!?!

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