A Conversation with My Dog

A hypothetical conversation with my dog might go like this.

Me: Don’t you think it’s time to go outside?
Mulder: Huh? Oh yah!! When don’t I want to go outside?

cardigan welsh corgi

Huh?

Me: I should probably brush you when we’re out there, too.
Mulder: Ok, I’ll think about it.

cardigan welsh corgi

Ok, I’ll think about it.

Me: I might even give you a treat when we get back inside.
Mulder: I’m smellin’ what you’re talking about. Make it a bone and you’ve got a deal.

cardigan welsh corgi nose

I’m smelling what you’re talking about.

Me: You’ve got a lot of hair I need to get out of you. You’re going to be brushed for quite a while, you know.
Mulder: Sometimes I just have to look the other way when you’re talking. I don’t have to stand there being brushed for 20 minutes. I mean really.

cardigan welsh corgi profile

Sometimes I just have to look the other way when you’re talking.

Me: Do you think I won’t give you a treat when we’re done? Have I lied to you before? You know I’m not that way.
Mulder: I’m kind of done listening to you now.

cardigan welsh corgi in shadow

I’m kind of done listening to you now.

Me: Why aren’t you listening to me?
Mulder: (silence)

🙂

ciao!

::bk::

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About Barb Kellogg

I'm a people, pet and nature photographer who loves great bokeh, dark chocolate, and a good cup of tea.

One comment

  1. karen k

    You guys must have “cabin fever” real bad. When I talked to dogs, they usually respond in kind(yes I do have “cabin fever”)

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