A Cure for the Common Fart

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Walter the Farting Dog book
Today my friend took her dog down to the veterinarian to get her dog’s butt sacks squeezed in order to remove some of his extra butt juice.

That’s right, butt juice. I believe that is the technical term.

Apparently dogs and cats (and possibly other animals) have small sacks inside of their…ahem…anuses which contain some sort of smelly liquid. This liquid butt juice “enhances” any flatulent odors that may escape from time to time. By removing the butt juice (I’ll leave the procedure up to your imagination), it reduces the odors created when the animal farts.

I just figured you’d like to know these things.


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