The Difference Between a Pee & a Sniff

THIS is a pee.

THIS is a sniff.

And to that lovely man on the edge of my neighborhood who doesn’t know the difference between the two, I suggest you learn what each action looks like.

NO, I didn’t pee on the ragged-y ‘ole plants in your front yard.  I was SNIFFING them, thank you very much.

Don’t you have anything better to do than hustle out your front door, rush down your old cracked-up sidewalk and say, “don’t let him do that”?????

Honestly.

What You Learned Today:

  • When I mind my own business, sometimes I like to smell things. THAT’S WHAT WE DO.
  • When I pee, you’ll know it.
  • I think my Scottie-ness has rubbed off on Her.  She was none too pleased with that man’s attitude toward me. I think if She could have growled, She would have.
  • Instead, She told him to “HAVE A NICE DAY.”
  • She also tried to tell him that I was only SNIFFING. I don’t think he got it.

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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17 Responses to The Difference Between a Pee & a Sniff

  1. Linda says:

    Oh Stuart that old man must being having a bad morning because, anyone would knoe the difference between the two. He must be a bird person and what do they know.

  2. akrsouth says:

    We had a neighbor with the most lovely garden and always wanted to pet Pippi and we would always go wee in his garden. The love was lost after a few visits.

    • You know, all I really want to do is sniff his stuff. (I pee elsewhere as a general rule.) I’d probably have a good time sniffing Pippi. Don’t you think? Roo Roo, Stuart PS I think I’ll just cross the street next time. Too much drama and She’s gets in a twirl.

      • akrsouth says:

        Nasty neighbors! It just got posted no dogs in the park down the street from where we stay in Detroit.

        • OK. Now here’s where We get really pee’d off. (Is that a word? It is now.) I’m thinking We should revolt and start a petition or something. We’ll help you with that “no dogs allowed” thing in your park, if you’ll help Us with RCI travel NOT accepting pets at their timeshares in the U.S. How’s that? Maybe you can contact the park people, ask them their reasoning, then communicate with your neighbors about it. How’s that sound? We’ll help. NASTY NEIGHBORS aren’t nice. Scotties Rock and Rule! Roo Roo, Stuart

  3. Toby says:

    Wow Stuart, I’m with ya buddy…But, I try really hard to sniff and pee on everything, even if there’s no pee left. And once I was lifting my leg on a lady’s roses, with no success. She came out and yelled at my mom. But Mom knew there was nothin left…..I don’t get walked as much as they should, cuz I have to stop and sniff everything…
    Sorry you got yelled at for sniffin…he’s a mean old man.

  4. Jazzi says:

    Stuart
    Some people are just grouchy and have nothing better to do than annoy doggies like us. Glad that you explained the difference and NOT a good idea to bite him lol

    wags
    Jazzi

  5. When ya gotta go, ya gotta go! Thank doG you didn’t poo, Stuart! The man would have had a stroke! haha

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  6. Man, we HAVE to sniff, it’s our thing! And a little pee never hurt anyway. Good for HER for standing up for you.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella (Alpha, too)

  7. Sounds like you SHOULD have peed on his raggedy old plants since they were raggedy! That’s what I love to pee on most!
    Love Bailey (oh, and Darcy too)

  8. p.s. it sounds like your neighbor doesn’t know their head from their, well, you know….!

  9. Mr. MacGregor says:

    Very cute!

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