Saturday, April 28, 2007

Prozac for dogs

So, according to a recent BBC news report, dogs too can get depressed. The funny thing however is that they mentioned that the symptoms for Dog Depression include: barking, chewing and/or pacing?! Shouldn't we be looking for more OBVIOUS symptoms, since dogs really can't communicate with us?

Wouldn't it be very handy, specially for us guys, if the dog turns into a bright purple color with green fluorescent dots when it's depressed or needs attention? I mean let's face it, I only service my car when smoke coming out from the engine starts flowing into the cabin. Now they are telling me that my dog might be depressed and the only clue is that it might be barking or chewing differently?!

Oh come on, give us a break here.....

6 comments:

Munqy said...

My dog talk to me in Latin...

Homer said...

It's not your dog I am interested in, it's your sexy black cat. What language does she speak?

Munqy said...

It's a he...

And he talks Kiwish, a language only he knows.

Homer said...

*Fesh turns into Young Apprentice Fesh

MASTER, Teach me the ancient Kiwish language and I shall be forever greatfull.

Munqy said...

It's sort of squeaky, and not really a miaow. You also have to add little "trills" now and then. Here try this:

eeee2 eee2 prrrieo ee2 prrre2?

That means: food please

or: eee2 preeeeee2 prrrrieo eee2

That means: food please

or: prrrrniao peee2 eee2 preeeo

Which also means: food please

so yeah, you get the drift...

Homer said...

you disgust me....



....in an arousing way.