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Dog Owners Think Their Dog Is Better At Predicting the Weather Than Your Local Weather Man

A new survey by the Associated Press and Petside.com found that 72% of dog owners, or about three out of four, believe their DOG is better at predicting the weather than a meteorologist.

Cat owners are a little more down-to-earth.  Only 66% of them think their cat can predict the weather better than a weather dude.

And 47% of dog owners and 41% of cat owners say they have proof of this . . . their pet warned them about a change in the weather long before they heard it from any other source.

Look I think Brutus can defiantly tell when a storm is brewing but I don’t think my dog can predict tomorrows weather. Come on people!

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