The dog was a very loyal companion, but he didn’t just stay on the sidewalk. What made him cross the road? Let’s explore some likely scenarios:
To get to the other side
We all know that dogs love to be in the middle of the road. But did you know that they also love to be on the other side of it? And this has been proven by science.
To sniff a cat
Dogs are curious.
They like to sniff everything. They don’t just sniff other dogs, they’ll sniff anything with a scent that catches their interest, including cats and people.
As you know, dogs are social creatures who crave interaction with other living things. This is why they bark, howl and run around in circles during play time—they just want to be near you! That said, your dog will also seek out the company of other animals because he knows that’s where the good smells come from.
If you’ve ever taken your dog for a walk through your neighborhood at night or on weekends (or if you’ve watched any police procedural show), then chances are pretty good that he’s encountered plenty of cats—and vice versa! Both species have a heightened sense of sight and hearing when compared to humans but their sense of smell is much stronger than ours so naturally they gravitate toward each other whenever possible—especially when there may be food involved!
To avoid being hit by a car
While you may think that the dog was stupid for running across the road, there were a few things that you didn’t know about this particular dog. The first thing is that dogs are smart—not as much as people, but smarter than most animals. Second, dogs are fast runners and can easily outrun most cars on foot. Finally, dogs have excellent hearing and can hear cars coming from a long distance away!
Did you know that dogs can hear sounds that you can’t?
The ability to hear high-pitched sounds is one of the reasons dogs can detect things like bombs, drugs, and even their owners who are calling them. Dogs also have better hearing than humans when it comes to distance. They can hear farther away than we do because their ears are located in different spots on their head and move independently of each other. This means it’s easier for them to pinpoint where a sound is coming from.
You don’t know why the dog actually crossed the road.
The truth is, you don’t know why the dog crossed the road. It could have been abducted by aliens and taken to their subterranean lair in order to serve as an incubator for their young; it could have been a spy for the government, sent on some sort of covert mission involving national security; or maybe your dog just wanted new food from a pet store on the other side of town. There are many possibilities, but you’ll never know which one is true unless you ask him yourself.
Because he was a crazy dog
- Dogs are crazy.
- It’s not just that they’re unpredictable; it’s that they’re dangerous.
- You can’t trust dogs around children, adults, or other dogs.
To eat someones schawarma
Dogs are carnivores, which means they eat meat. That’s all they eat. Nothing else appeals to them. If you were a dog and someone offered you some broccoli or lettuce, would you be like “oh yeah that looks good” and then eat it? Of course not. You’d just stare at them like “what the hell is this? Where’s the meat?” And then when they said “I’m sorry there isn’t any” you’d bark at them and run away from home crying because your parents didn’t give you enough love as a puppy. Dogs get their nutrients from protein and fat, not from fruits and vegetables like humans do!
Schawarma is basically just chunks of meat cooked on a rotating spit in front of an open flame until it gets nice and charred on all sides with little bits sticking out here and there (think how jerky looks). So yeah… dogs love schawarma because it’s basically just a bunch of delicious charred animal flesh hanging around in one place waiting for someone to come along so they can take as much as possible before anyone else gets there first!
Never trust dogs
Let’s talk about dogs.
They are dirty, dangerous creatures and should be avoided at all costs. They are unpredictable and cannot be trusted, as their only purpose is to bite you or steal all of your food. I would not trust a dog with my life, much less something as important as my wallet!
At the end of the day, I think we can take away just one lesson from this whole ordeal: Never trust a dog. Dogs will always do what they want, whether it’s crossing a road or eating your leftovers. If you try to control their actions by asking them why they did something, they won’t even know why! On top of that, dogs are not logical creatures—they only care about what makes them happy in this moment (i.e., eating food). So next time your pup comes home with muddy paws after you specifically told him not to go outside today because there was too much rain coming down outside (and he still went anyway), don’t be surprised if his answer is simply “because I felt like it.”