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You likely know by now that Goatdog is generally a giant thorn in my side and that I often contemplate turning him into the main course for our Thanksgiving dinner.  That being said, though, he has somehow managed to worm his wicked way into our hearts with all of his quirky little charms.  (He's lucky he's cute!)  And probably my favorite of his cornucopia of goofy talents is his ability to smile at us -- we're talking an actual teeth-baring sneer, people.

Yes, any time we return home to our humble abode, we are sure to find Goatdog's furry face peering through the front door in anticipation of our arrival.  As if on cue, he immediately breaks into an all-out ear-to-ear grin as soon as we cross that threshold.  And if he's been particularly naughty while we've been away?  Well that grin grows into what can only be described as a shit-eating expression of hilariousness.

It truly is a sight you'd likely see on one of those funniest home video shows.  And believe me, I've tried my damnedest to get video proof of the phenomenon on numerous occasions.  Heck, I'd love to cash in on a $10,000 prize!  Unfortunately, however, I can never seem to catch him in the act when the camera is rolling!

Until last week, that is.................

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Comment by Misty Hill on November 15, 2012 at 4:52pm

haha That is adorable!!

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