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Does Your Dog Stop and Smell the Flowers?

Spring is here and that means blooming flowers by our feet and their faces. Do your pooches enjoy a stop-and-sniff (but no snack) when plants are blossoming or pass on by the new plants popping up on the scene?

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verr0nica verr0nica 6 years
lol, he sniffs everything and he likes to lie in the grass and take suntans too
fleurfairy fleurfairy 6 years
Every flower, every bush, every tree. There is nothing my dog won't stop to sniff.
meah8 meah8 6 years
It's like reading email to her...gotta do it to keep up with the neighborhood doggie gossip! We go on walks specifically to let her sniff and then we also go on walks to burn off energy. She loves both equally ;)
Ellenora Ellenora 6 years
Zena doesn't always stop to sniff the flowers but she does stop to sniff EVERY SINGLE tree in sight and I do mean every tree. Plus, when my dad just finishes mowing the lawn, she loves to roll around in it and become a leprechaun, particularly after a bath. It usually means I need to give her another bath.
kscincotta kscincotta 6 years
Flowers, planters, bushes... any kind of plant life and her nose is in it. Plus, she LOVES to roll around in fresh cut grass, especially if the yard is sodded. Walks take forever, but she looks like she's having such a great time that I feel bad urging her along.
HaterTot HaterTot 6 years
Yes! It drives me crazy - spring walks take twice as long, because she sniffs every bloom she happens upon.
acemonkey acemonkey 6 years
Never Flowers. Other stuff that I will not mention, yes! I wish he would smell flowers instead.
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