WHY DO DOGS SMELL WHERE OTHERS TINKLE?

23 06 2009

This post comes to us from Michael Lacek, a friend of SATGQ. Thanks, Mike, for giving us some insight as to why dogs think urine is so fascinating…..

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I take my dog, Sadie, for a walk to the local park a couple or three times a week. Quite frequently, she will be redlining down the street and stop dead in her tracks to smell some tree trunk, fire hydrant or the like. I can presume that another dog has marked its turf with its spray. Now it seems that Sadie doesn’t want to start a turf war as she hasn’t gotten any new tattoos, nor has she been affiliated with any of the low-life pups in the [neighbor] hood. After years of rigorous research and countless hours of iPhone solitaire while on the commode, I have come to the real reason so many dogs are subject to this act. Puppy porn.
Sometimes we must take off the blindfold of science for answers. The logical explanation is that dogs have such a prolific sense of smell, that the excretion from another dog is the equivalent of human pornography. I would bet the pot that dogs can sniff the said excretion, build an image of the mystery dog and file it away in the spank-bank for later use. I can only imagine what goes on in the sniffer’s head. Does Sadie sniff and think to herself, “I would totally ride that dog”? I doubt it because I think it’s physically impossible for a female dog to “ride” another dog reverse-cowboy as they are limited to one infamous position. But you get the picture.
Two for One: This also explains why they lick their own no-no area(s) so often.

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