Furry Dogs

Did you ever wonder why you say, “There’s something in the dog’s FUR” but in the next sentence you’ll say, “There’s dog HAIR all over my pants.” I looked it up to see which one is correct. Apparently you say fur if the dog breed has a double coat, like a Newfoundland. If a dog has a single coat, like a poodle, you call it hair.

Anyway, I feel like I’ve been vacuuming dog hair and fur for days and it never goes away completely, so whenever I’m in a frustrating predicament, I look for people in a worse situation to make myself feel better. This post is not informative nor educational. It’s simply entertainment and to make you feel better about your own hair/fur situation.

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