Okay, so what happens when your dog eats over a pound of roasted, salted virginia peanuts?
More specifically, What happens when your dog knows that he is not supposed to be eating the peanuts, that he should not have grabbed the bag off the table and brought it to the bed? He knows he’s not supposed to do this, he knows that if he is seen he will be in trouble? He knows that if he eats quickly the likelihood of being seen is lessened. Eating quickly means that he will have to give up things like chewing.
So, what happens when a little dogs eats more than a pound of peanuts without chewing? You don’t want to know. Really you don’t. You think you are disturbed by corn and carrots? You stop by and check out Senor Clowns Special Fountain Of Peanutty Goodness sponsored by the good folks that fill the bulk bin at the grocery store.
When I did find the peanut bag on the bed I figured it was Maddie, that she had found them while we were out earlier in the evening. I showed the bag to her and all she did was snuffle it. Curious. I showed it to Chester and looked away, wagged his tail like a furious helicopter, laid down, scooted away, came back, rolled over, looked away again, and then went completely belly up. Dogs are so easy. They are so incapable of lying. This makes them 10 times easier than kids.