2009/03/27

Chasin’ Tail

DaGoddess @ 03:13

Well, now we finally have an answer to why some dogs chase their tails more than others. Maybe.

I dunno. I’m skeptical. I think it’s just dogs being silly. I think for the puppies it’s about playing and a form of self-entertainment. And maybe for some high strung dogs it’s about anxiety disorders, high cholesterol, and OCD. But I want to believe, with all my heart, that the average dog is just easily amused. That’s what I’m going with.

5 Comments

  1. Wow; who paid for that study? Sorry; I should be grateful that we now know why some dogs may chase their tails. It’s amazing what researchers are studying, isn’t it?

    I’m just grateful neither of mine do it! Ever seen a Rottie chase an invisible tail? Hilarious.
    :biggrin:

    Comment by Pam — 2009/03/27 @ 05:05

  2. I agree with you. I think that dogs are being playful when thy chase their tails.

    Comment by RenĂ©e aka Mekhismom — 2009/03/27 @ 05:30

  3. Pam, that study is probably one of dozens that came from a tiny lab where scientists had too much time on their hands. So, in between their groundbreaking work on the latest, greatest dog food, they made an innocent, but groundbreaking discovery. Of course, PETA found out about it and now they’re demanding the dogs stop being tortured in the name of all that is un-Holy.

    Renee, I’m with you. Fun fun fun fun fun fun fun!

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/03/27 @ 08:01

  4. I always thought it was because one good turn deserved another.

    And another, and another…

    Comment by GW — 2009/03/27 @ 17:54

  5. :rofl: Well said, Kimberley!

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/03/27 @ 17:56

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