Sneaky Dog Farts

Pets are so free. Yes, domesticated pets often stay indoors, so they are not necessarily as free as they could be, but there’s something amazing they can get away with. Farting.

Often, we hear that story of the sneaky fart. Someone will recount the tale of how their pet came up to them, farted, then left – pretending that it never happened, and leaving the cloud of nasty fart.

This tale is an unfortunate one for the person who had to suffer through the dog fart.

My sister was lying on the couch one peaceful afternoon and our dog, Pippa, joined her. Pippa was perched in one of her spots – sitting partly on the arm of the couch, staring out to the door. My sister had her head placed just beside the arm of the couch. My sister was just relaxing, minding her own business, and Pippa was staring out in the distance.
Then all of a sudden, a sound escapes from Pippa’s behind and what followed was an unbelievably foul stench which wafted crudely into my sister’s face.
Pippa turns to look at my sister, making her face as cute as possible and with an ignorant look on her face – a “façade of innocence” (to quote my sister) – trying to cover up the fact that she had tooted in my sister’s presence – no, worse – her face.

This is one of the best stories I’ve ever heard.

 

Have you had an experience with dog farts? Let us know in the comments below!

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4 thoughts on “Sneaky Dog Farts

  1. What an oddly entertaining post! I was waiting for this to happen! This happened to me just this morning when my chihuahua woke me up with his sneaky fart. He even tried to accuse me of doing it (rude) by staring at me with his ‘I can’t believe you just did that’ face. They’re just so damn cute and sneaky!

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    • Dogs are so clever, aren’t they? It’s strange that they try to pass it off, like they’re embarrassed that they just farted. We say, no matter who you are – human, dog, or other – fart loudly and proudly!
      Thanks for sharing 🙂

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