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A Tribute to My Best Friend Who Has Passed| Talking Dog Interview| Funny Dog and Puppy Videos.
Spencer talks with a country twang too.
Cute, but what is with his teeth?
I would turn the volume off on this one.
A reminder of why dogs are so loved.
An interview with my best friend.
Warning this Hub will use the words Son of a Bit##. This phrase will be altered somewhat because of the accent of the talking dog being interviewed. When Spencer, the subject of the interview, says the phrase, it comes out as son of a beach. Spencer reminds me to tell all readers that, in the dog world, everyone is a son of a bit## or son of a beach (look it up).
My wife and I adopted Spencer, a Black Lab and Airedale Terrier mix, from the Dumb Friends League. His master had died the day before, and Spencer was her helper dog (he is trained to help people with seizures). Unfortunately, he has nightmares almost every night (I believe that he misses her).
When we first got Spencer, he would line up on my right side whenever he walked with me, and he had to learn how to be a dog again (he did not know how to play). Spencer does not bark, but he sneezes for treats, and when he is really excited, he spins his tail like a propeller.
Also, Spencer loves kids. How he controlled himself when he was a helper dog… is beyond me. In addition, Spencer has a beard that makes him very proud. Now, let the interview begin.
Patrick: Spencer, thank you for agreeing to do this interview with me.
Spencer: You’re mighty welcome, son of a beach.
Patrick: So, what do you want to talk about first?
Patrick: No, let us start with something simple.
Spencer: The simplest things are often the truest.- Richard Bach
Spencer: Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. - Leonardo Da Vinci
Patrick: Stop showing off! Spencer, what is favorite TV show?
Patrick: Not Gunsmoke?
Spencer: Naw, you tease me and say I talk like Fester, and I don’t talk like him, you son of a beach.
Patrick: What is your favorite food?
Spencer: Cheeseburgers. I love when we go hunting at McDonalds and get cheeseburgers.
Patrick: Do you have message for all of the hairless apes (humans) out there?
Spencer: Stop ruining the freaking environment; dogs live on this planet too.
Patrick: What is your favorite past time?
Spencer: Sniffing other doggie’s butts!
Spencer: Well you asked, son of a beach.
Patrick: I have a question that all pet owners want an answer to : why do pets have to join us in the bathroom?
Spencer: All animals try to join our caretakers in the bathroom, because we think it is funny as hell. Do you know how hard it is not laugh our arses off? The most advanced species on earth, my…
Patrick: Spencer! Stay focused on what we are doing. What is your earliest memory?
Spencer: Going to the Dumb Friends League and adopting the boy. He was so cute crawling around in his cage and looking at us with those soulful eyes.
Patrick: Spencer we adopted you, and the boy, my son, is older than you are!
Spencer: Impossible! When God said let there be light! I hit the light switch.
Patrick: Spencer, you are only old in dog years.
Patrick: Um, never mind. Let me ask you another question. When was the only time I got mad at you?
Spencer: You were mad when I ate the kitty treats.
Patrick: Those things the cat leaves in her littler box are not kitty treats!
Spencer: There not? I only ate them because you were so busy working on Hub pages, that you forgot to feed me. In fact, I am hungry now.
Patrick: Spencer, I just get so busy sometimes, working on Hubs or articles, that I forget to feed you.
Spencer: Does mom know that you broke that picture frame?
Patrick: Well, that concludes this interview, because I have got to buy this dog some cheeseburgers.
Spencer: I thought so!
Patrick: I love you , you smelly dog.
Spencer: Love is the gate to all secrets of the universe, Swami Vivekananda.