Rolling thunderstorms have Eko and me riding out the day on the couch, which is convenient because after playing soccer yesterday for the first time in a long time, I was spending today on the couch no matter what the weather was like.
Eko was skeptical that I was stylish enoough to wear these cleats
Since I wasn’t going to be moving anyway, I decided to watch a PBS documentary, Dogs Decoded, which a number of friends had recommended. As it turned out, I wasn’t the only interested viewer in the room.
“Will, am I the only one concerned that there are dogs trapped inside your computer?”
Eko enjoyed the movie even more than I did!
As I lounged on the couch, Eko planted himself as close as possible to the screen and diligently watched the entire documentary. It was nice to know that we have similar interests when it comes to movies. Dogs Decoded provides a fascinating look into the domestication, genetics and history of our canine buddies. I learned a lot and I now have an even greater appreciation for just how incredible dogs are. I always knew Eko was smart (too smart, sometimes!) but I found out that on certain cooperative intelligence tests, dogs can even outperform chimps. Learning that fact made me feel a little less ashamed of being outsmarted by Eko on a recurring basis.
Best of all, the documentary is available totally free on YouTube.
Next time you have an hour to kill on a rainy day, be sure to give it a watch. If your dog is anything like Eko, they’ll love to watch it too. We give Dogs Decoded one thumb and one paw up!