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Dog Grief or Respiratory disorder?

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Re: Dog Grief or Respiratory disorder?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:29 pm

Cn12963 wrote:Plenty of evidence to make a point, animals are sentient beings.

Look, I’m gonna have to suspend your account on the grounds that the forum Boring-O-Meter has hit red.

Now, is there any reason why I shouldn’t suspend your account? :?

You will get this one chance to explain yourself…
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Re: Dog Grief or Respiratory disorder?

Postby Cap » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:29 pm

Cn12963 wrote:Plenty of evidence to make a point, animals are sentient beings.



Dogs are sentient beings.
Not all animals made the intellectual connection with man to that degree.
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Re: Dog Grief or Respiratory disorder?

Postby Schnauzer » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:34 pm

Dogs have a highly developed sense of smell, they have some very strange habits.



Now the dogs arranged a 'Pantomime' and came from near and far,
some came trotting along the road, whilst others came by car.
The advertising poster read, "This show is rather rude",
for several French poodles will be appearing in the nude!,
but ne'er into the audience were they allowed to look
until every dog had carefully hung his bollocks on a hook.

Then, scarcely had they seated every mother's son and sire,
when a scruffy mongrel bitch ran in and started shouting "Fire!"
so up they got and out did trot with scarcely time to look,
They just grabbed the nearest bollocks down from off the nearest hook. :shock:
Ah, that is why you wonder when you're walking down the street,
just why dogs will sniff the bollocks off of every dog they'll meet,
Ah, that is why you'll wonder why a dog will leave a bone,
to sniff a doggies bollocks, in the hope he'll find his own!.


And I DO believe the search is still going strong. :wink:
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Re: Dog Grief or Respiratory disorder?

Postby kurupetos » Sat Sep 10, 2016 12:18 am

Nah, the dog is happy. :wink:

Do you know why? :mrgreen:
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