The smartest dogs in the world.

From englishrussia.com we get the following fun facts about Moscow's clever stray dogs who hop on and off the metro to get to prime begging locations.  The whole article is worth a read.  Here is a snippet.
"Russian scientists say that Moscow stray dogs became much smarter. The four legged oldest human’s friends demonstrate real smartness such as riding the Moscow metro every morning to get from their suburban places of living to the fat regions of Moscow center. Once they arrive to the downtown they demonstrate different new, previously unseen for the dog skills. Those skills can include “the hunt for shawarma” for example, the popular among Muscovites eastern cuisine dish. This hunt scene can be seen as this:
"Regular Moscow busy street with some small food kiosks. A middle-aged man buys himself a piece of hot fast food and walks aside chewing it without a rush. Then just in a second he jumps up frightened – some doggy has sneaked up on him and barked out loudly. His tasty snack falls out from his hands down to the ground and the dog gets it. Just ten minutes later, on the same place, the teen youngster loses his dinner in exactly the same manner. The modern Russian dogs are on their urban hunt."

"Next we take the airports!"


Concerned human shouts: "Hey Dawg! You're going the wrong way!"
Metro Dawg thinks "How the hell would he know where I'm going? Dumb human must be drunk."


  1. Replies
    1. I had to get that Cain off my top page so I sicked the Rooskie Dawgs after him.

  2. Just wait til those dogs figure out how tasty a well-marinated wino can be!

  3. If they develop thumbs, we're hooped.

    Also too: how the blazing tinkles did I get to teh top of your blogroll?!? It ... it's because I started its name with "2008," isn't it?


    Suck it, Daily Kos!!!

  4. Awesome videos. Thanks for sharing such cool videos with us.

  5. Chris Vosburg12:36

    A perfect opportunity to give a shout-out to Moscow's most famous stray dog:

    Laika ("Barker") was a female dog; a stray conscripted from the streets of Moscow into the Soviet space program, and is hereby commemorated for doing what all good dogs do: she heroically tested an unknown path in advance of her master to insure his safety. Specifically, on 3 November 1957, Laika became the first inhabitant of this planet to orbit it in a manmade vehicle, the Soviet Sputnik 2. She did not survive, except in the hearts and minds of the Russian people: There are statues of Laika all over Russia, testimony to the fact that she was a good dog to beat all good dogs.

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