Genius Dog Chases Slightly Slower Dog

Genius Dog Chases Slightly Slower Dog

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ALAMEDA, C.A. - Neighborhood dog Wrigley’s decision to play chase with a dog who is a bit slower than him is being considered an act of genius, commenters agree.

“I don’t believe he’s ever taken any sort of intelligence test,” respected scientist Josh Aldwin began, “but I would speculate if he did, he is probably in the 98th percentile at least. Clearly brilliant!”

Wrigley had come to the decision to utilize such a strategy out of nowhere one day at the dog park.

“I realized that I can chase anybody, so why not pick a dog I can actually catch? Right?” Wrigley mentioned. “And hey, why not continue the streak by sticking to short dogs, elderly dogs, and Malteses?”

Emboldened by the win, he stared down several pugs, but demurred to a Shiba Inu, fearing he might be “just a little too fast.”

“I did what I could out there,” Banana, the 10 month old dachshund bested by Wrigley, stated. “I gave 110%, but in the end he was just faster than me. It’s not going to stop me from playing chase with other dogs. Heck, I think he’s onto something pretty smart. I might try this new strategy and chase a Maltese or somethin’.”

Clipper, considered by most to be the “slowest dog on Earth,” reported excitement at the sudden influx of so many new playmates.


Article By Allison Mick - @allison_mick

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