How Nooter Helped Me Communicate — 7 Comments

  1. oh thanks for the accolades!
    theres one other thing i wanted to mention, when youre having a conversation with one of us our attention span goes up, like ten hundred thousand percent if theres a snak for us every few minutes. for example if you had a big enough bag of popcorn you could read us ‘war and peace’

    Nooter…also wrote this…Penny Wise, Pound Foolish

  2. I’m scared to know what my dogs are thinking when I talk to them. I’d hope it’s “you’re the best mommy ever” but it’s probably more along the lines of “Will you just shut the hell up and let me get back to scratching and chewing on this bone?” or “Dog food? Seriously? You know I’d rather have a hamburger and fries,” or “Why don’t you go pee in the rain then? Yeah, I didn’t think so.”

    Staci…also wrote this…Attack of the Blog Smog

  3. Clever post. I know my dog can talk … and understand … when she wants to. She has selective listening.

    • @Grandma Henke: thanks, I guess I should engage the dogs more often in conversation. I know they understand and have selective listening too! I’m the same way with Nancy.