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amusing vedio.. if you feel for dogs.. sorry, photo did not pick up...
Dec 2, 2022 13:44:22   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
https://animalchannel.co/dog-talks-owner-treats-viral-video/?utm_source=page_pmh&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=439efcd2-8209-4f97-97a1-8a20d16192b7&utm_content=dogs&fbclid=IwAR3R7xPYhU7XiZtcCsCHYJkRA4krarWBmZzR_LrWWGkzsNa0sUPgoSLr81A


DOGS
Owner tells dog he passed all the treats to the cats, over 200 million have watched his reply
Some have called it the 'best video on the internet' – and judging by the 205 million views it has – we'd have to agree.

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Dec 2, 2022 14:04:58   #
bggamers Loc: georgia
 
permafrost wrote:
https://animalchannel.co/dog-talks-owner-treats-viral-video/?utm_source=page_pmh&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=439efcd2-8209-4f97-97a1-8a20d16192b7&utm_content=dogs&fbclid=IwAR3R7xPYhU7XiZtcCsCHYJkRA4krarWBmZzR_LrWWGkzsNa0sUPgoSLr81A


DOGS
Owner tells dog he passed all the treats to the cats, over 200 million have watched his reply
Some have called it the 'best video on the internet' – and judging by the 205 million views it has – we'd have to agree.


Thanks perm for the laugh

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Dec 2, 2022 17:54:31   #
Ricktloml
 
permafrost wrote:
https://animalchannel.co/dog-talks-owner-treats-viral-video/?utm_source=page_pmh&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=439efcd2-8209-4f97-97a1-8a20d16192b7&utm_content=dogs&fbclid=IwAR3R7xPYhU7XiZtcCsCHYJkRA4krarWBmZzR_LrWWGkzsNa0sUPgoSLr81A


DOGS
Owner tells dog he passed all the treats to the cats, over 200 million have watched his reply
Some have called it the 'best video on the internet' – and judging by the 205 million views it has – we'd have to agree.




My 2 Anatolian Shepherd mix pups watched it with me...they started whining right along with the video...they haven't figured out dogs on the TV/computer/radio yet, they still think they're real.

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Dec 2, 2022 18:28:18   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
Ricktloml wrote:
My 2 Anatolian Shepherd mix pups watched it with me...they started whining right along with the video...they haven't figured out dogs on the TV/computer/radio yet, they still think they're real.


LOL,,, that is funny,,, my dog and his recently moved out buddy would go on all Saturday morning when.. dog programs would start them barking... but when stranger drives up.... then they think treats are being delivered.. but He is a fine Belgium malinois.. or whatever... and he thinks I walk on water.. The buddy moved to Idaho with my grandson..


Yours sound very good.. I doubt getting yet one more is in the plan, but I keep looking at breeds and find so many I would love to have.. then the dumb cat starts to purr and raise a fuss..

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Dec 2, 2022 18:40:22   #
bggamers Loc: georgia
 
permafrost wrote:
LOL,,, that is funny,,, my dog and his recently moved out buddy would go on all Saturday morning when.. dog programs would start them barking... but when stranger drives up.... then they think treats are being delivered.. but He is a fine Belgium malinois.. or whatever... and he thinks I walk on water.. The buddy moved to Idaho with my grandson..


Yours sound very good.. I doubt getting yet one more is in the plan, but I keep looking at breeds and find so many I would love to have.. then the dumb cat starts to purr and raise a fuss..
LOL,,, that is funny,,, my dog and his recently mo... (show quote)


GO to a kill shelter and look perm they need to have a shot at a forever home and I have found they do appreciate it when they realize their going to a new home. all my dogs have been people dumps miss all of them . one was 15 when he passed the other my rock was 19 use to be a bait dog

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Dec 2, 2022 22:04:31   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
bggamers wrote:
GO to a kill shelter and look perm they need to have a shot at a forever home and I have found they do appreciate it when they realize their going to a new home. all my dogs have been people dumps miss all of them . one was 15 when he passed the other my rock was 19 use to be a bait dog
GO to a kill shelter and look perm they need to ha... (show quote)


good thinking,,, If I do get another that shelter idea is what route I will take..

You sure had some old dogs.. Mine have all lived only to the dozen years or so, some a lot fewer.. a 19 year old is remarkable.. and as bait dog it had a hard life... one county in Minn has a history of dog fights.. Chisago... just north of the twin cities.. a organized ring of the rotten pass time.. bust a number of times.. still the occasional report of recovered dogs or busted shows.. hate that idea..

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Dec 2, 2022 22:48:34   #
bggamers Loc: georgia
 
permafrost wrote:
good thinking,,, If I do get another that shelter idea is what route I will take..

You sure had some old dogs.. Mine have all lived only to the dozen years or so, some a lot fewer.. a 19 year old is remarkable.. and as bait dog it had a hard life... one county in Minn has a history of dog fights.. Chisago... just north of the twin cities.. a organized ring of the rotten pass time.. bust a number of times.. still the occasional report of recovered dogs or busted shows.. hate that idea..
good thinking,,, If I do get another that shelter ... (show quote)


Yea his name was Nickademous Nick for short took 2 years for him to stop being afraid of everything including my son's and chains (middle son had a chain on his wallet) we thought he'd never be protective because when he was scared he would run and crawl into my lap and shake so bad sons thought it was funny though they tried not to upset him. till one day the middle son came over and was kidding around and shoved the youngest onto the couch and he JUST saw nick going for his throat and raising his elbow caught him in the face everyone froze I saw it from the hall these I call them boys but they were in their 20's I was pissed nick heard me coming when I yelled but he stayed protecting the youngest who lived with me as well as my oldest. Middle son doing the shoving lived several miles away WITH HIS FAMILY so nick didn't see him as pack never liked him after that. Answered #1 question yes he will protect after we found he was very protective when other men were around but was all lovey around kids and women and u didn't want to mess withmy 2 son who lived with me or (me) mommy he was a mamma boy . Miss that dog the 15 yr old was eight yrs old when we got him don't know what type he was but looked like a big collie but black and white weight 110 big boy previous owner had named him Fluffy it was her husbands' dog he went to prison. Nick dumped on side of the road neighbor saw him picked him up he thought I might want him cause our rock puppy had just died of parvo and of course fluffy think the wife was going to do a disappearing act with the small daughter she was afraid of the dog she asked if we wanted him and I did best baby sitter ever had also protective miss both good friends and trusted family members

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Dec 3, 2022 10:27:02   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
bggamers wrote:
Yea his name was Nickademous Nick for short took 2 years for him to stop being afraid of everything including my son's and chains (middle son had a chain on his wallet) we thought he'd never be protective because when he was scared he would run and crawl into my lap and shake so bad sons thought it was funny though they tried not to upset him. till one day the middle son came over and was kidding around and shoved the youngest onto the couch and he JUST saw nick going for his throat and raising his elbow caught him in the face everyone froze I saw it from the hall these I call them boys but they were in their 20's I was pissed nick heard me coming when I yelled but he stayed protecting the youngest who lived with me as well as my oldest. Middle son doing the shoving lived several miles away WITH HIS FAMILY so nick didn't see him as pack never liked him after that. Answered #1 question yes he will protect after we found he was very protective when other men were around but was all lovey around kids and women and u didn't want to mess withmy 2 son who lived with me or (me) mommy he was a mamma boy . Miss that dog the 15 yr old was eight yrs old when we got him don't know what type he was but looked like a big collie but black and white weight 110 big boy previous owner had named him Fluffy it was her husbands' dog he went to prison. Nick dumped on side of the road neighbor saw him picked him up he thought I might want him cause our rock puppy had just died of parvo and of course fluffy think the wife was going to do a disappearing act with the small daughter she was afraid of the dog she asked if we wanted him and I did best baby sitter ever had also protective miss both good friends and trusted family members
Yea his name was Nickademous Nick for short took 2... (show quote)


A very fine dog even after all the abuse... gotta love the little 110 # family member...

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Dec 3, 2022 11:49:52   #
Ricktloml
 
bggamers wrote:
GO to a kill shelter and look perm they need to have a shot at a forever home and I have found they do appreciate it when they realize their going to a new home. all my dogs have been people dumps miss all of them . one was 15 when he passed the other my rock was 19 use to be a bait dog
GO to a kill shelter and look perm they need to ha... (show quote)




Like you most of my dogs have been dumpers. I live in a rural area/dead-end road. These sorry excuses for human beings seem to think it's a perfect place to dump these poor dogs. In a sense they're right/I take them in. I noticed my "Ginger" was running up to cars that drove by...to see if they had come back for her...she was not young/had 4 puppies with her. I finally coaxed her/pups to me. Found homes for the pups...no one ,(but me,) wanted an old brown dog. She is one of the best I have ever lived with. The 2 new puppies were give-aways, in cages by the side of the road...(I figured I'd save them the trip to dump them, and just go ahead and take them home.)

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Dec 3, 2022 17:40:31   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
Ricktloml wrote:
Like you most of my dogs have been dumpers. I live in a rural area/dead-end road. These sorry excuses for human beings seem to think it's a perfect place to dump these poor dogs. In a sense they're right/I take them in. I noticed my "Ginger" was running up to cars that drove by...to see if they had come back for her...she was not young/had 4 puppies with her. I finally coaxed her/pups to me. Found homes for the pups...no one ,(but me,) wanted an old brown dog. She is one of the best I have ever lived with. The 2 new puppies were give-aways, in cages by the side of the road...(I figured I'd save them the trip to dump them, and just go ahead and take them home.)
Like you most of my dogs have been dumpers. I live... (show quote)


nice work Rick, I share your love of dogs.. hate it when people dump them rather than finding a new owner..

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Dec 4, 2022 13:35:17   #
Ricktloml
 
permafrost wrote:
nice work Rick, I share your love of dogs.. hate it when people dump them rather than finding a new owner..




I always thought these sub-human people who dump animals should be tied to a tree in a tick infested wooded area/left there for 3 days, hungry/thirsty so they could get to understand what kind of painful results their actions cause.

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Dec 4, 2022 16:36:09   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
Ricktloml wrote:
I always thought these sub-human people who dump animals should be tied to a tree in a tick infested wooded area/left there for 3 days, hungry/thirsty so they could get to understand what kind of painful results their actions cause.


Wow... that does seem fitting.. great idea...

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