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Here's my doggie 'Pooper' being smart.
Originally posted by ladyspiritguide
OMG!!!!! I have a Doxie TOO!!!!!!
Heehee, I love that pic, she looks derainged. She was rolling in the grass and having a good old time. I Have 2 weenies one long-hair and one short hair.
Originally posted by Jamuhn
I wonder if animals see in different wavelengths of light. I know of my dad's cat chases a laser pointer, so maybe they are watching some trick of light...
Originally posted by Leigon
Originally posted by nutzobalzo
Here's my doggie Pooper being smart.
Click here to see my smart doggie
[edit on 7-6-2004 by nutzobalzo]
Pooper Looks like he is Crazy! I can only imagine why you call him pooper
Originally posted by Gislebertus
Well remember, Animals in many cases have senses much more acute than ours. This is especially true in dogs. I believe that animals can react to unseen phenomiae, but they can also react to things like high frequency sound waves and other sensory input. I can tell when a TV is on in a house due to the fact that I hear a high pitch bearly audible noise that eminates from the set....even when the sound is down. now I'm no Superman with acute hearing, but if I hear something odd I tend to stare in the direction of it to figure out what the heck I am hearing. So.... yes I believe they can see stuff, but don't discount other more mundane explainations