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Dog Jokes

Happy Sunday everyone! We hope that you are enjoying your weekend and figured, why not end the weekend on a fun note with some dog jokes!

Q: Why did the poor dog chase his own tail?

A: He was trying to make both ends meet!

Q: How do you feel if you cross a sheepdog with a melon?
A: Melon-collie!

Q: What dogs are best for sending telegrams?
A: Wire haired terriers!

Q: What do you get if you cross a sheepdog with a rose?
A: A collie-flower!

Q: What do you get if you cross a hunting dog with a telephone?
A: A golden receiver!

Do you know any pet related jokes? Share them below in the comment area!

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One Response to Dog Jokes

  1. Laura says:

    I have a fun little pet joke to share…

    Sally decided she wanted to get a friend for her parrot Jake. She went to a nearby pet store and asked the clerk what types of birds he had for sale. He mentioned cockatiels, parakeets, and parrots, but the woman waved off those options. “I want a really exotic bird; don’t you have anything unusual here?” Sally asked. “Well…” the clerk replied, “we do have a Chewbird, but you might find him to be a bit of a troublemaker. Let me show you what I mean.”

    The clerk took Sally into a back room where a brightly-colored bird was perched in a cage. He pulled the bird out and said, “Chewbird, trash can!” The bird immediately flew off the clerk’s arm and dive-bombed the waste basket, ripping the contents to shreds in seconds. “Wow!” Sally exclaimed. “How cool! I’ll take him!”

    As soon as Sally got home with the Chewbird, she put him in a cage near her parrot’s in the living room. She opened the two cage doors, turned to the parrot, and said, “Jake, this is Chewbird. Have fun getting to know each other while I take a shower.” Jake instantly started chirping, “Chewbird! Chewbird!” Sally smiled, gave Jake a little pat, and then went upstairs, leaving the two birds alone.

    As soon as Sally was out of the room, Jake started chattering away again, saying things like “Chewbird! Curtains!” and “Chewbird! Couch!”. Every time Jake named something in the room, the Chewbird flew from his perch and shredded whatever object Jake had mentioned. In minutes, the room was in complete tatters.

    Sally’s husband Jim came home from work while Sally was still upstairs. He walked into the living room, saw the mess, and yelled for his wife. Sally came running down wrapped in a towel and still dripping water, hollering “What?” over and over until she got to the living room. She surveyed the disaster area with astonishment, then said, “Oh no… The clerk warned me, but I didn’t think anything like this would happen. I can’t believe the Chewbird did so much damage so quickly!” Jim turned slowly to his wife and said, “Chewbird? What’s a Chewbird? A bird couldn’t have done all this! Chewbird my foot!” (da-dun-dun!)

    (In the original version of this joke, Jim didn’t say “foot”. I didn’t want to offend anyone, though, so I’ll leave it to you to figure out what the last word of the joke was originally.) ;-)

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