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If Dogs Could Talk

Polski: Boston Terrier
Polski: Boston Terrier (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You know that old saying “If dogs could talk”? It is usually said as a sweet joke, since dogs are mans’ best friends and see us at our best, our worst, and everything in between.Well, this dog actually can.

Sonny Boy, the talking Boston terrier from the 1950’s, is just one of the many stories featured in the new book “Weird Veno”, written by Nevadans Sandie La Nae and Arline La Ferry. “The book covers everything from a safety deposit box of human bones to a few thousand column kissers to the crooks in a notorious kidnapping who bummed gas money for their get-away car off their victim.”

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To read more about hidden bones, dogs who can talk and get-away vans, read the article here. 

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