Re: Talking dog
My dog has been a very heavy drinker since he was a 4 month old puppy. Being a German Shepherd/Rottweiler mix, I thought it might be part of his Germanic heritage. However, he soon grew to insist that he not drink alone, and I was soon sucked into his heavy drinking habit. I could not afford his preferred $40+ per bottle malt scotch habit, and I was soon forced to change to 100 proof vodka, which he would drink like water. Being Germanic, he is stubborn and headstrong, and he insisted that he not drink alone. So, I had to match him drink for drink. It was then that I realized that he was a talking dog, but he will only talk to me if I drink with him for some time. Maybe it's the vodka, but it sounds to me like he is talking Russian. Since I don't know Russian, I can only speculate what he is saying, but I suspect he is talking about me. I try not to pay him much mind when he talks that Russian lingo.