Have A Coke and A Smile
September 18 | 6 Comments
So, do dogs smile you ask? Well here’s an article that discusses that age old question.
The canine smile: It’s as talked about as Mona Lisa’s, and just as intriguing.
I don’t know who this moaning Lisa is but I assure you my smile is better.
Scott Vogel has worked with dogs for 25 years at the Delaware Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. As the society’s director of humane education, he said he’s seen expressions he’d call “a happy face.”
I’ve heard it from good sources that the happy face comes after the happy ending.
Worf, a “small but mighty” Shetland sheepdog, used to mug for the camera when he was photographed in the costumes he wore as a therapy dog.
Oliver, an English bulldog owned by Tara Barrett, of Newark, smiles when he goes to the beach because he loves the water.
“Tennis balls are her[Lisl the Lab's] passion,” said Ortega, who lives in Lincoln Park, Pa. “And ice cream. She loves those peanut butter Frosty Paws.”
As Young said, “If one end can show they’re happy, why not the other end?”
Young is wise. She must have seen some of the smiles I’ve produced from my other end.