The Dog Whisperer – Part 1

Not long ago, my wife’s flyball team sponsored an animal communicator to come in and talk to the dogs.  She brought Dennis in for a chat, and Tucker tagged along as well.  Here’s an edited version of the communicator’s session with Dennis:

Dennis Talks To The Animal Communicator

The edited version is about ten minutes long.  Here are some of the highlights:

  • 2:35 – Dennis likes being called “Dennis”
  • 5:00 – Mom goes away to work too much
  • 6:30 – Dennis is a puppy in a big dog’s body (just ask the couch)
  • 7:00 – Dennis wonders why the garbage truck is always making off with his stuff
  • 8:30 – “They’re coming to take me away, ho-ho, hee-hee, ha-haaa.”
  • 9:00 – The “little” dog that Dennis lives with is noisy and bossy.  Hmm, who’s the littlest dog in the house?  Hmm …

    Does this look noisy and bossy to you?
  • 9:25 – Tucker tries to steal Dennis’s food all the time.  Hmmmm …… that doesn’t sound like Tucker, does it?
  • 10:00 – Dennis gets good food now (which is why Tucker tries to steal it even though Tucker is fed the exact same thing), but didn’t before he was rescued.

25 Comments on “The Dog Whisperer – Part 1

  1. Hey Dennis, it’s me Team Celestes!!! I likes being called Dennis toos!! I wonders if the telecommunicators knows thats?

    PLaybows,

    Team Celestes!!!!

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  2. Hey Dennis

    Thats a good fact :
    (Dennis is a puppy in a big dog’s body)
    It makes us smile…… LOL
    No Dennis your a a cooooooooool dog (not a puppy) 😉

    Kareltje =^.^=
    Anya 🙂

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  3. Dennis, you have a big truck that comes and steals stuff, too? I don’t know why they cannot catch the garbage truck, because it comes around the same day every single week!

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  4. I have a truck at my house that steals things, too, including the rabbit I caught last week. We have got to stop those trucks! And why do moms have to work so much? We have got to find a way to train them to play with us instead.

    Woof!
    Sophy

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  5. Those younger kids can get a bit challenging, huh Dennis? Just keep doing the great job you are, and they will grow up soon…:)

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  6. I’m just glad we’re staying here, we’re all staying here. Did you ever get to leave or did everybody just have to stay here.

    Dixie says: At leest if it gows on the garbaj truk yoo kan folow it & get it bak, orl my stuf gows in the fyr

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  7. Gosh, when I read the title, I thought this was another post about Cesar Millan – like a lot of other doggies in Blogland, I thought your humans had been to see him too! But no – I find that this is even better…your whispers are infinitely more interesteing, Dennis! 🙂

    Slobbers,
    Honey the Great Dane

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  8. Oh, Dennis, this just made me laugh! Another admission of my ignorance: I have just recently become aware of the profession of Animal Communicator (through blog reading).

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  9. Once an Animal comminicator came and talked to the horses. The one horse said he hated his Nick name and Pigs. It was all very interesting! We’re glad you are getting good food now Dennis!

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  10. wow dennis! so much to say and no ones been listening?? i’m having the same problem. good thing the whisperer could help ya out.

    kisses,

    tula

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  11. Denny -oops I mean Dennis! I’m wondering if you take a tennis ball and stick it in tucker’s mouth he won’t be able to yell at you! All he could say is HMFPFHSHF!

    Norwood

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  12. Did the communicator FORCE you to reveal these thoughts. I mean, did she put words in your head to change what you say?

    I’d call my lawyer if I were you!

    Kisses,
    Stella

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  13. Hey Dennis we just listened to your communication! COOL! Isn’t the littlest dog Trouble the kitteh?

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  14. Gosh Dennis that was very interesting!! I hope you realise now that your mama isn’t going to leave you, you will always get the good food, and the garbage truck is only taking away the bad stuffs.

    Thanks for sharings! x

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