Have you ever noticed that most of the time, a dog’s fart is silent?
Often, we will be sitting around watching t.v. or working on the computer, when we catch the waft of a full bodied bouquet.
At first, it is unclear where this distinctive smell originates from, but quickly we trace it back to one of the furry things lying next to us on the carpet.
Dogs seem to naturally produce silent farts. I suppose if you are hunting you wouldn’t want a fart noise to startle your prey.
The noisy ones probably won’t get invited back to pack hunts! ð
While experiencing my dog’s wonderful aromatic masterpiece, I notice that I can usually differentiate those produced by my dogs and those produced by people. I suppose it depends somewhat on diet, and since dogs have a different diet than people, their farts also carry a different fragrance.
Surprisingly, most people do not appreciate my dogs’ fragrant productions. They must be crazy! ð
My dogs seem to enjoy their own aroma. When they fart, they will sometimes turn around to get a better whiff.
I think my dogs’ farts smell like roses. Well maybe not exactly like roses, but it smells a bit like them. It is good to see them (the dogs not the roses) relaxed and farting. Although, I must admit, it would also be interesting to see relaxed and farting roses.
My friends think I am a bit soft in the head because I stay around to experience the sensory odor profiles created by my dogs.
I suppose you know you really love someone, when you also love their farts!