Might as Well Jump

Somebody got into the Red Bull.

And scientists continue to tell us that our dogs cannot see TV. 😉

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  1. This picture proof that Dogs can see TV. you should forward the picture to those scientists who says Dogs can’t do that.

  2. I hadn’t heard about that study but I do know my dad’s dog sometimes watches tv!

  3. Well, aerobics are completed for the morning…but yes, scientists have changed their minds about the tv thing – maybe not peer reviewed yet I can’t recall, but they now admit they do see tv, in a different way than we do, but yes, they do watch! Think it was in Science Daily.And this is a great example! I just don’t know if the dog wanted to play with the bears or hunt them – brash pup!

  4. Budrow Wilson says on  01/26/2011 at 12:47 pm

    Peter is always watching the TV. He is one of the biggest couch potatoes in the household

  5. sabine says on  01/26/2011 at 3:54 pm

    Both of my dogs love the animal channel – and they will comment on certain things by howling, barking, growling – no way that dogs cannot see TV

  6. Red Bull should only HOPE to give me the energy a rattie has!

  7. I heard that dogs can see DIGITAL TV but not whatever it was we had before…
    I know OUR dogs can see….because every time there is a dog on TV…our dog watches!

  8. carol says on  01/26/2011 at 5:35 pm

    My couch potatoes LOVE to watch TV!

  9. RYKER says on  01/26/2011 at 6:06 pm

    Of course they see TV, mine go nuts with the computer screen too. He likes to look at his videos!

  10. My dogs will have nothing with watching tv but I have an oldie kind. My friend has one of those larger than life new tvs and her dog barks at animals all the time!

  11. Nettie says on  01/26/2011 at 6:41 pm

    what an interestig way to exercise your dog :)
    though the scientific fact that dogs can not see tv i am not sure i believe – my dog often keeps her eyes on the tv does not sit there star gazing but does seem to follow movement and yes reacts to the sounds. I have tried muting the tv and she will still continue to track things on the tv ……

  12. linda says on  02/03/2011 at 12:00 pm

    My Pug loved TV. He would sit and watch all the time. And if something really caught his eye, he would go to the TV and do the little head cock thing from side to side as if trying to figure it out. I still miss my Lil Buddy Jordan…

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