A year in the life of our Miss Riley

The Sniffer

on August 3, 2014

I remember reading somewhere that dogs have something like three million olfactory receptors in their noses — exponentially more than people. Riley certainly proves that — she could spend hours just on our back stoop, investigating every square inch.

Dammit, Mom, I'm telling you, that squirrel was on our porch again!

Dammit, Mom, I’m telling you, that squirrel was on our porch again!


One response to “The Sniffer

  1. john michel says:

    a great form of entertainment for them, identifying things, sniffing history, stimulating the Dog imagination in all sorts of ways…better than cable TV for Dogs, to use their nose to learn, remember and explore. your house is so clean now that the Pup will have to really strain those olfactory do dads


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