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Philosophical Quotes About Dogs

Posted by Hot Dog Collars on 10/22/14 8:00 PM

Some of the greatest minds to ever live have pondered on and celebrated in the joy our dogs bring us..."

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  • "Dogs and philosophers do the greatest good and get the fewest rewards" - Diogenes

  • "[The Dog] distinguishes the face of a friend and of an enemy only by the criterion of knowing and not knowing. And must not an animal be a lover of learning who determines what he likes and dislikes by the test of knowledge and ignorance? And is not the love of learning the love of wisdom, which is philosophy? - Socrates

  • "A dog has the soul of a philosopher." - Plato

  • "There is honor in being a dog." - Aristotle

  • "The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue." - Anonymous

  • "Love me, love my dog." - St Bernard

  • "No philosophers so thoroughly comprehend us as dogs and horses." - Herman Melville

  • How does your dog teach you about life, love, and any passions in your life?. Use the comments below or tweet at us: @HotDogCollars