With time and patience, a dog owner from Montana has taught his best friend math 101?
Beau, a twelve-year-old black Labrador Retriever, showed signs of his high intelligence in puppyhood, says his owner David Madsen. According to his proud owner/math teacher, Beau can do a “variety of math skills.”
“He counts, he adds and subtracts, he can do some division and has memorized square roots,” Madsen claims.
Madsen goes on to provide an example for the doubting Thomases out there.
If Madsen tells Beau there are six dogs at the park and three dogs leave, Madsen then asks Beau.
“How many are left?”
Beau replies: “Woof, woof, woof.”
A dog who can spell?
Until next time…
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