True Story?

This is a story that my father once told me happened to a guy he knows. I don’t know whether it’s true or false, but it’s funny nonetheless. 

So, this man had two dogs, Doberman breed. They were identical, highly trained and very, very smart.  He loved them so much and considered them a part of his family.

One day, the guy decided to go on Summer vacation with his family, so he asked his neighbour to feed the dogs and give them water.

“You don’t have to enter my yard, just push these to bowls through this little gap in the fence and keep an eye on them.”

The first couple of days everything was fine.

But then, the neighbour noticed that only one dog keeps coming to eat, another was nowhere in sight.

So he calls the owner and tells him that. Poor man, worried to the bones, cuts his vacation short and returns with his family home only to find a spectacular sight: a thief tried to break into the house and succeeded, but when he tried to get out, the dogs blocked his exit. They kept him at the stairs for 3 days and 3 nights, taking shifts to eat and rest and growling whenever the thief thought to make a move.

The owner let the thief go, thinking that he was already punished enough.

Hats off to these dogs, they are f***ing amazing!


A trap

Half an hour ago I wanted to drink coffee but I found out there is no more in house. There was only one option – I had to go to the store and buy some.

Because it is Sunday, there aren’t any open stores in the evening. I knew there is one small in my neighborhood, but that was it. I had to pray they have my coffee. Fortunately for me, they had. I bought it and went back.

When I was entering my yard I saw my dog spotting me and running away behind the car. I thought she didn’t recognize me and got scared. Oh, how wrong I was.

Actually, she was hiding behind the car so she could surprise me. She scared me to death. Imagine a 30 kilo just jumping on you in intention to bring you down on the ground. It was a pretty rough experience. But she did that.

Just for you to know, I am not mad at my dog. I think that was really clever and tactical move. Me: 0 – My dog: 1

For now…