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My Silliest, Funniest and Most Quirky Dog Questions

Updated on May 27, 2018
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Adrienne is a certified dog trainer, behavior consultant, former veterinarian assistant and author of Brain Training for Dogs.

Ever since Hubpages has rolled out the new Question and Answer feature, I have been receiving several interesting dog questions, but I must admit that some are very odd, while others have me rolling on the floor laughing and crying.

Because males know best....

Mysterious dog breedings...

When Rotties start cooking...

When your decor doesn't match Rovers'

Green from nausea or alien dog?


Who's barking now?

When bacon kills...

When Dr. House is needed.

Dog birth has never been easier, just say "ahhhh"

Dinosaurs on guard duty...


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    • Sanjana Shukla profile image

      Sanjana Shukla 

      2 years ago from Mumbai, India

      These made my day! Thanks.

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      2 years ago from Arizona

      Love the hub. Thanks for lifting spirits. :)

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      Adrienne Farricelli 

      2 years ago

      Donna, yes it can be challenging deciphering some and providing an appropriate answer. Nell, I don't know, they sure make you wonder at times, lol! It takes some creativity.

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      Nell Rose 

      2 years ago from England

      Oh my God that was so funny! love the pictures and captions. How did I miss your hubs? I have had some pretty weird questions too, where on earth do they get them from? lol!

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      Donna Herron 

      2 years ago from USA

      Very funny! I don't envy you having to come up with the answers to some of these questions :)

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      Peggy Woods 

      2 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Those are truly funny and I loved the photos you acquired to accompany your answers. Ha Ha!

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      Larry W Fish 

      2 years ago from Raleigh

      Oh Adrienne, I may never stop laughing. i grew up a country boy and have been around dogs all my life. I think the same people that asked these question shouldn't ever own a dog and probably should never have kids either.

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      Adrienne Farricelli 

      2 years ago

      Hello Michelle, I told you I was getting some really odd ones lately! I couldn't stop crying from laughing that day I got the Rottweiler cooking ribs one. I knew the person asking really meant to say "ate cooked ribs" but I just couldn't get out of my mind the image of a Rottweiler grilling. Still as of today it just cracks me up.

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      Michelle Nguyen 

      2 years ago from San Francisco, Bay Area

      I cried laughing

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      Adrienne Farricelli 

      2 years ago

      Rochelle glad they made you giggle. Some are really hilarious. On a more serious note, I think in Italy they are really close to starting doing just that. Here I am not too sure if it's being considered but it sounds like a good idea to increase responsibility.

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      Rochelle Frank 

      2 years ago from California Gold Country

      These are hilarious... Thanks for the giggles.

      On the other hand, should there be a licensing test for people who wish to own dogs? Sort of like a drivers license which would include a written exam and a dog walking test?

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      Adrienne Farricelli 

      2 years ago

      I got that question on animals to stop a dog from marking in the yard just recently. I was debating on whether putting t-rex or one of those creepy garden gnomes, LOL!

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      Theophanes Avery 

      2 years ago from New England

      Heh heh... you've got some keepers here! And I totally agree. I wouldn't pee in the garden if I saw a T-rex guarding it either...


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