What The Hell Is Splooting And Why Our TX Animals and Pets Do It
If this is the first time you've heard the term "splooting" you are certainly not alone!
They say it's good to learn something new every day and today we've got you covered with the answer to what the hell splooting is and why our animals and Texas pets do it.
That's right, your dog and even your cat sploot sometimes.
It sounds gross, right?
It turns out the term sploot isn't as disgusting as it sounds.
In fact, it helps our pets regulate their temperatures in this often unbearable Texas heat!
Splooting it turns out is a slang term for the pose of an animal, especially dogs, cats, and other four-legged pets, when it lies on its stomach with its hind legs stretched out back and flat. According to the internet, so, it must be true, animals do this to help cool themselves off and to help them lower their body temperature.
Sploot is slang for the pose an animal, especially dogs, cats, and other four-legged pets, makes when it lies on its stomach with its hind legs stretched out back and flat.
But wait, there is more. Ever heard of Doggo Lingo? You might learn 2 new things today!
What the hell is DoggoLingo?
DoggoLingo is also known as “DoggoSpeak”, an internet language commonly used by dog lovers to verbalize the thoughts and actions of dogs.
Words like' hooman', 'floofer', and 'pupper' are all a part of the Doggo Lingo!
One of our dogs, Arlo, is a Frenchie, and she is a beast.
Because of her personality and her gray coloring, she literally looks like the rhinoceros in our pack! She barrels through all of our other pets to get out the door first, to the food first, and to run over any of our animals that she thinks we are going to pet first.
I promise you, 'floofer' is NOT IN HER VOCABULARY.
But you better believe she sploots!
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