Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The Nose Knows by Pocket Dog

A scientist with way too much time on his hands, obviously obsessed with dogs’ noses and peoples’ crotches, discovered, by what I hope was a freak accident, that dogs can detect prostate cancer in men by sniffing their pee.  The breakthrough was thought to be a great advancement for man, but really it is a great advancement for dogs.
Now, when we see a strange man, and we jump up and shove our face in his crotch, and are told to get down, we can turn around, look at our parent, and say “dammit, this isn’t fun, this is a medical examination.” If, after an examination we grab on to the man’s cuff and don’t let go it isn’t a sign of aggressiveness but a sign that something might be seriously wrong and the stranger should see a doctor immediately.
I hope that the scientists with nothing better to do can help us detect some butt cancer too, and maybe some lady part cancer too.  Oh to be able to shove our noses where ever we want in the name of medicine.

I advise all humans wear clothes that are sewed together quite well.  The last thing someone needs walking down the street is a medical breakthrough.

5 comments:

  1. OMD--this is just TOO funny!!!! Now we have an excuse. BOL!!

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  2. We're too short to do much of an examination....only if the patient is lying on the floor.

    XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui

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  3. LOL but on a serious note cancer sniffing dogs are being taken more and more seriously and too right as the nose knows. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. Oh Isa laughed at this, BUTT momma toles me it is true also. I is so confused now.....come here DAD!
    Angus McConnell

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  5. It's time that science started taking butt and crotch sniffing seriously. Dogs are just seeking information.

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