If you asked your gun dog to recommend a shotshell to you, he would say “Bwarf bwarf bwarf bwarf.” If you understood dogenese, you would know that he meant something along the lines “Let me tell you, Bob (your name is Bob for the sake of this hypothetical), that Dove & Clay ammo by Browning is really something. A great investment, to be certain, given that it can be so well implemented whether you’re enjoying a game of trap at the range or have joined me for a rousing hunt in the prairie. Bob, this particular shell is loaded with Browning’s own #8 shot. In my canine experience, I’ve found that such pellets are not only satisfactory for the task of nailing clays, but provide an optimal spread for dropping quail and other like-sized game at a range of 30 yards or greater. It’s a thoughtfully designed shell with an impressively fast muzzle velocity, so you needn’t think so hard to lead with your aim in the spur of the moment. A snap shot is hard enough to make without having to do such mental calculus! Bwarf.”
The fourth “bwarf” was just a normal bwarf.