Bo teases your brain with some doggone clever dog riddles!
A: Because you can't bury them in trees!
Q: A black dog is sleeping in the middle of a black road that has no streetlights and there is no moon. A car coming down the road, with its lights turned off, steers around the dog. How did the driver know the dog was there?
A: It was daytime
Q: What is more amazing than a talking dog?
A: A spelling bee
Q: A man has to take a dog, a cat, and a mouse across a river. He can only take one of the animals across at a time. If he takes the mouse, the dog will eat the cat. If he takes the dog, the cat will eat the mouse. How does he get the three animals across the river?
A: 1. The man takes the cat across and goes back to get the mouse. 2. The man then takes the mouse across and returns with the cat. 3. The man leaves the cat on the shore and takes the dog across. He leaves the dog with the mouse. 4. The man goes back to get the cat and all of the animals have made it across the river!
Q: Why is it called a "litter" of puppies?
A: Because they mess up the whole house!
Q: A girl, a horse, and a dog came to a bridge. The girl rode her horse across the bridge, yet walked. How is this possible?
A: The dog's name is Yet
Q: Why do you need a licence for a dog and not for a cat?
A: Cats can't drive!
Q: Jack and Jill live in a cabin on top of a hill. One night there was a terrible storm. Lightning flashed, a dog barked, glass broke, and the next morning Jack and Jill were found dead lying on the floor in a puddle of water. How did Jack and Jill die?
A: The glass was an aquarium and Jack and Jill were fish. Therefore, lightning struck and scared the dog. The dog jumped and knocked over the glass aquarium. Since the aquarium broke, Jack and Jill fell on the floor and suffocated because they had no water to breath.
Q: Why did the dog run in circles?
A: He was a watchdog and needed winding.
Q: What do you get if you cross a sheepdog with a rose?
A: A collie-flower!