This expression means, “I love soup!”
Fun Fact: It’s not just peanut butter. Your dog’s hearing is so sensitive that we can hear a knife cutting lunch meat.
Please make a sandwich for me too!
This expression means:
Have I told you how much I love you Dad? I’m your best friend, but this is way more than that, any dog will come meet you at the door, but this is more. I want to do my part to make sure you only have the best things possible. You’ve already got Mom, so good on you! But I can help with other things.
Like that sandwich you’re making. Before you eat it, you should let me do a quick taste test to make sure it’s good enough for you to eat.
This expression is sometimes followed by another one which means, “I couldn’t let you eat a sandwich which already had a bite out of it!”
This one means, “I get 200 channels in high definition including one featuring non-stop dog food commercials.”
This means, “Yogurt? What yogurt?”
This means, “I see you’ve finished your dinner. May I clean the plate for you?”
This means, “I’m very tired, but if I fall asleep, I might miss food.”
This means, “I see you’re having eggs for breakfast. May I have some too?”
So weak, I can barely lift my head. It’s been an entire hour since my last meal and aside from evening treats, I won’t get fed again until tomorrow morning.