A recent study that appeared in the prestigious Grimsby Journal of Science has shown that gay dogs perform better in exams than other animals.
In the tests, a heterosexual horse, mouse, cat and duck were placed in a room with a gay dog and asked to perform a series of tasks.
In maths, the dog did his homework the quickest and had enough time left over to chase his tail.
The heterosexual animals ate the test papers.
Biology proved a doddle for the little gay dog as he was well aware of the inner workings of the body.
The horse was left shame-faced as he failed to identify a donkey's penis in his text book, despite much braying about his 'sexual skills' in the corridor beforehand.
The gay dog was able to complete a jigsaw puzzle of a little girl holding a shiny red balloon using nothing more than his nose, while the others floundered and gave in.
The news was greeted by observers as proof that gays are much more intelligent than others.