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Hot To Trot January 16, 2016

Posted by nrhatch in Animals, Humor, Joke.

200px-CucciolobluA dog lover, whose female dog was in heat, agreed to look after her neighbor’s male dog while the neighbors were on vacation.  She had a large house and believed that she could keep the two dogs apart.

On the first night, as she was drifting off to sleep, she heard howling and moaning downstairs.

She found the dogs locked together and unable to disengage, as often happens when dogs mate.

Unable to separate them, she called the vet, who answered in a very grumpy voice.

grumpy_thinkingAfter hearing the problem, the vet said, “Hang up the phone and place it alongside the dogs. I will call you back. The phone’s ringing will cause the male to lose his erection and he’ll be able to withdraw.”

“Really?  You think that will work?”

“It worked when you called me!”

Aah . . . that’s better! 

Source:  e-mail from unknown author (sent by Joe M.) 



1. Val Boyko - January 16, 2016

I love starting the day with a good chuckle. Thanks Nancy 😜

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

A good Tee Hee elevates our Chi! 😀

2. Hariod Brawn - January 16, 2016

Hahahahaha! I expect it’s happened for real many a time too!

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

It’s a dog gone shame too! 😛

3. CMSmith - January 16, 2016

Chuckle. Cute dog, though.

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

Great Dane pups are adorable . . . all head and feet! Glad you enjoyed this chuckle.

4. anotherday2paradise - January 16, 2016

Hahahaha Oh my goodness, Nancy. That really tickled my funny bone. 😀

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

Yay! Glad to put a laugh into your day.

5. judithhb - January 16, 2016

Haha. And they say a policeman’s lot is not a happy one

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

But I bet this vet is glad to be a Critter Fixer! 😀

6. Barb - January 16, 2016

Bwah….not what I expected, thanks for the chuckle Nancy!

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

My pleasure, Barb!

7. Carol Ferenc - January 16, 2016

Now that’s what I call bad timing 🙂

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

Wasn’t it? :mrgreen:

8. colonialist - January 16, 2016

Poor guy! But an overdose of information, mayhap!

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

True. He could have replied, “Believe me . . . it works!”

9. beeblu - January 16, 2016


nrhatch - January 16, 2016

I got such a kick out of your last post, BB. For anyone who wants a double smile today:


beeblu - January 16, 2016

Thanks 😃

10. brickhousechick - January 16, 2016

Ha,ha,ha! Totally didn’t see where this was going. Very funny. 🙂

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

Glad you enjoyed! Sorry you didn’t win a billion $’s this week.

11. Jill Weatherholt - January 16, 2016

Ha ha! I hope he’s got some Viagra handy.

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

For the dog? Or the vet? 😉

12. diannegray - January 16, 2016

Great story, Nancy. Gave me a big giggle 😀

nrhatch - January 16, 2016

Yay! Glad you got a kick out of it, Dianne.

13. Debra - January 17, 2016

Once again you took me by surprise! Nice to start my day with a hearty laugh!

nrhatch - January 17, 2016

Happy to share a hearty laugh anytime, Debra!

We had some crazy weather rip through here last night with at least 2 tornadoes touching down. Lots of damage the next town south of us (missing roofs, collapsed homes, etc.). I am happy to be home with a roof over my head.

Debra - January 19, 2016

Oh my goodness, Nancy! I heard something about the tornadoes, but didn’t know where they’d landed. That was too close. I’m so glad to know you’re safe. Everyone talks about the fear of earthquakes, and yes, they’re frightening, but you don’t know they’re coming and whatever is going to happen is quick! I have thought that knowing tornadoes are in the area and needing to be on alert for them would be very alarming. I get chills just thinking about it! xx

nrhatch - January 19, 2016

That’s why we don’t have a weather radio to alert us of tornadoes in the area ~> the alarms are so jarring that my nerves would be shot. My sister’s weather radio alerts them to “DANGER!!!” with great regularity, yet in the 25 years she’s lived in Florida, she’s never been in the actual path of danger.

With hurricanes there is enough notice to prepare and create a sensible plan. With tornadoes, you could grow alarmed and try to flee . . . only to run from safety into danger’s path.

14. Tiny - January 17, 2016

You did it again, Nancy! Namely, made me laugh so my tummy hurts!

nrhatch - January 17, 2016

Yay! Just reading your comment made me grin, Helen. Here’s to side-splitting frivolity.

15. Behind the Story - January 18, 2016

Oh, my! You just pulled me into that one. I guess if the woman was foolish enough to call the vet at that time of night, she deserved to get an embarrassing answer.

nrhatch - January 18, 2016

OMG! I wonder if I’ve ever called someone when they were in the middle of . . . something?! 😯

16. reocochran - January 18, 2016

Good to know a vet speaks from personal experience, Nancy. Ha ha! 😀

nrhatch - January 19, 2016

First hand knowledge often trumps book learning. And it can be more FUN. :mrgreen:

17. L. Marie - January 19, 2016

What I have to ask is why the vet answered the phone? There is such a thing as putting the phone on vibrate (which is probably a whole other joke). 😉

nrhatch - January 19, 2016

You’re picturing a cell phone.

I pictured a landline. Landlines are old-fashioned. They don’t vibrate, whip, nae nae, or roll deep!


18. Anne Lene @ MinimalistSometimes - January 19, 2016

Where on earth do you find them all? As always, I’m sitting here with a silly grin on my face 😀

nrhatch - January 19, 2016

They find me! Most recent posts came from a neighbor, Joe M. Before that Granny1947 (South Africa) kept me supplied.

The Saturday Sillies Series lets me be lazy on the weekends. :mrgreen:

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