How To Get Your Pup’s Attention

It’s easy, mate. Just say, “Do ye woonta go fedda wook?”

Fave outrrageous occent Frame:

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Barbara B. sent in this YouTube video with doggies and magic words!



  1. that is probably my faviest fave frame evar

  2. What cute puppehs. And hawt accent…

  3. dogs day is on Sunday on Google plus please post something on it !

  4. That is so funny. I used to tease my dear, departed pup by asking him things like,” Do you want your food cooked in a WOK?” and “Do you wanna see a comedy show starring Chris ROCK?” Note: no animals were harmed in the good-natured ribbing between me and my pup. He got lots of love, snuggles, belly rubs and walks.

  5. Martha in Washington says:

    My friend has to spell the words “dog park” or her big ol’ goofball goes spastic!

  6. Our friends had to start saying “red dot friend” because “LASER POINTER” caused conniptions. (it was a favorite toy)

  7. Stressfactor says:

    I have to spell both w-a-l-k and w-a-l-k-i-e-s because if I say the word and don’t actually do the walk then I have to put up with pouting. So whenever I just want to use the word without intent I have to spell it. My Rattie hasn’t caught on to spelling just yet.

  8. Smartypants says:

    Stressfactor, I wonder if you could sneak the words “stroll” or “perambulation” past him/her?

  9. My mom and dad had to do that too but, their Chesapeake learned to spell. It’s scary.

  10. I often offer my friend’s dog Buddy a “pedestrian experience that takes a real long time.” Buddy LOVES taking incredibly long walks on the trails. His human appreciates the break.

  11. Theresa says:

    I used to have a friend who had a parrot and dogs; the parrot loved to squawk “Wanna go for a walk?” to the dogs, and watch the dogs go nuts.

  12. So the dogs were smart enough to understand the meaning of the words but didn’t realize that is doesn’t count when the parrot says them?
    And by the way, love the sadistic bird …

  13. Rachael says:

    I’d pay to see a video of that. I do love a boid with a sense of humor. 🙂

  14. kibblenibble says:

    My friend has to spell “Frisbee” if her Australian Shepard is around. 🙂 I love Jack’s facial expression when he hears “walk.” Is he a Basenji? BTW, I could listen to that man’s adorable accent all day. 🙂

  15. Saffron says:

    Also works on me when someone says “do you want to take a walk to the shoe store”? 😀

  16. BTW, I too could listen to the voice all day long.

  17. Ha! I can relate…

  18. lol. I love how Molly is like I’m trying to listen! This rugrat won’t stop gnawing at my legs!
    In our house, the words of magic are walk, ride, car, day care, food, eat…rice and treat. All of those spark some true excitement. One of my former beaus would say walk and ride just to get a rise out of Ms. Shakti, so I started to hand him the leash and say, well you said it…now here comes the follow through 🙂 He’d happily oblige.

  19. fleurdamour says:

    Jacky comes from the land down under!

  20. marthava says:

    Now, if only kids would react like this…

  21. This reminds me of my dear departed Bunny, who was a cat, not a bunny. If she heard the word ‘milk,’ chaos would follow until milk was delivered to her in her favorite bowl. So I had to remember to spell it.