Longtime readers occasionally ask me - Hey, what's this whole 'yeti noises' thing that you occasionally mention?
Is that a thing?
What's a Yeti and why do they make noises?
Do these pants make my butt look fat?
And most importantly, is there a fancy vocab word you'd like to use this as an excuse to throw out there?
Well, in order -
It's a thing I'm about to describe, Yes, Yeti is another name for the Abominable Snowman (which is catagorically different from Bigfoot, also know as a sasquatch). No, you should learn to be comfortable in your own skin, and yes of course it is.
Tonight's word is 'Cryptozoology' which is the study of mythical or imaginary animals. Or if one is feeling more generous, it's the stufy of animals not yer proved to exist.
So, you know - Your Yeti, Your Loch Ness Monster, Your werewolf. Pretty much if it ever menaced Tom Baker it's probably on the list.
And what does this have to do with Vizslas?
Well I am glad you asked. Vizslas- well this one at least- periodically like nothing better than to roll frantically on our backs (preferably on carpet or some textured surface that makes for a pleasurable scratching experience) and make noises that can only be described as somewhere between a growl and a deep-throated moan of pleasure
These are the fabled Yeti Noises, dubbed such by auntie.
They are the official noise of happiness.
As you were, Vizsla Out