This method only works for dogs and other animals with highly developed olfactory senses. the book does not need to be shredded.
C'est lundi => It's monday. Sniff, in French is a interjection to mean the sniffing when crying. It is used, for example, in comic books, to express sadness.
he send the hound to sniff him out. (when mildred and he are pulling out the books)
Dogs sniff all the time because that is how they learn about what is going on around them. They sniff for food, they sniff to find out where their humans are, they sniff other dogs to learn about them.
first you have to learn the smell of the crab then sniff it out
Two Books Written by Patrick McManus: 1. Never Sniff a Gift Fish 2. The Night the Bear Ate Goomba
The plural of sniff is sniffs.
to sniff (in general) = rikhre'akh (×¨×—×¨×—) to sniff (drugs, cocaine) = hisnif (×”×¡× ×™×£)
Theeey use there eyes ? ANd With Doggies ! they go sniff sniff sniff (:
Each dog has a different story in their butts. One sniff gives the other dog a lot of information about the other, like where it's been peeing, where it lives, and what not.
Because purple unicorns like to sniff cocaine.
maybe but first you must sniff a tomato
im sniff everyday
Yes, a dog can sniff out narcotics.
That is the correct spelling of "sniff" (to take a smell).
The past tense of sniff is sniffed.
I do not want to sniff the smelly boy
That bloodhound will sniff out the fugitive's trail.
Dogs have to sniff, they sniff the ground to see where they can pee or poo or they sniff they're food. There are loads of reasons.
fa'aka laka'alaa *sniff sniff* tut tut
scooter sniff is 14 years old.
Sniff. (As in.... "Hi Larry Sniff my butt.")
Sniff .. Sniff... NOPE (I dont know)
*sniff sniff* unfortunately yes... :'(