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Expressing yourself, doggie style

As was the case with our kudzu dogs, this one requires just a squirt of imagination.

Ace and I were walking the streets of downtown Missoula when we saw a chocolate Labrador stopping to pee — well, not really stopping at all, which was the interesting part.

For almost half a block, he zig-zagged along the sidewalk, leaving a squiggly trail behind him.

Perhaps he, or his owner, had no time to stop — maybe the human had an urgent appointment, or maybe the dog had a weak bladder; or maybe, just maybe, the dog was expressing himself in the other meaning of the phrase.

Maybe he’d discovered a way around not being able to speak human — and it’s just a case of no one having discovered his amazing ability yet.

Sure, it doesn’t look like much now, but let’s see what happens when we turn it sideways.

Don’t bother moving your computer; allow me:

If I’m not mistaken, it spells Missoula, Montana.

Comments

Comment from Lakota, Sophie, Charlie, Cleo’s mom
Time November 6, 2010 at 3:03 pm

Did we perhaps run out of things to talk about in Montana? Hmmm? Actually, I found this funny and creative. In a sick sorta way.

Comment from Anne’n'Spencer
Time November 6, 2010 at 9:35 pm

We often observe that the Beagle likes to read the pee-mail when he goes outside. This is just a little bit more . . . literal.

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