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A Mathematical Formula For Dog Happiness

After rigorous testing (a trip to the dog beach) and with the use of the best scientific equipment available (my camera) I believe I have discovered a mathematical truism to identify how happy a dog is.  Simply put, a dog’s happiness is inversely proportional to the number of their paws that are touching the ground.  The fewer the number of paws on the ground, the happier the pup.

Allow my research assistant to demonstrate.

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory, dogs, petcentric

With all four paws touching the ground, my assistant was clearly not very happy

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory, dogs, petcentric

As his first paw left the ground I could see a noticeable improvement in happiness

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory, dogs, petcentric

With two paws off the ground, happiness doubled

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory, dogs, petcentric

 

With three paws off the ground, happiness tripled

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory, dogs, petcentricAnd with four paws off the ground, Eko’s happiness was off the charts

The study also conclusively showed that dog happiness is fully transferable.  Nothing makes me smile quite like watching Eko fly across the sand.  Apologies to all other scientists who thought they had a shot at this year’s Nobel prize.  Eko and I have this one locked up!

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16 Comments

Lol. You and Eko certainly are funny. My girlfriend, Cynthia, said that if she could she’d give you and Eko the Nobel price for the funniest dad/son team:)

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