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Man Takes Beloved Dog On The Most Incredible Journey Through Life

http://denali.littlethings.com/denali-d ... gn=animals



Awww crap, I can't believe I watched this. Gotta go hug my dog now.
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Nagonnawatch.
I saw the article about it.
Wonderful story.

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Great post! Thanks! :clap: :thumbup:

However ....... Share This Story On Facebook.... I wouldn't share the time of day on facebook.

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Eamus Catuli~AC 000000 000101 010202 020303 010304 020405....Ahhhh, forget it, it's gonna be a while.

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Cooper reminds me of my younger brother .... younger, but much bigger. Brat!

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GoCubsGo wrote:
:lol: You know it's coming and it's still hilarious.
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Now we know bb's problem (or one of) his parents like baby bro better
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What A Well-Trained Dog ....


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Just when you were thinking we haven't had a good LEO, Obama, John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe, affordable healthcare, gunhugging religious wingnut, imperiled dog story in awhile -

Secret Service: Man claiming to be Jesus planned to kidnap one of the Obama dogs
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http://i.imgur.com/BK7Lhgp.gifv

"You watch this and say 'that's a pretty good jump,' and then you realize the second jump is coming."

25 feet?
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That's incredible! Puts those jumping/swimming frisbee dogs they have at the street festivals to shame.

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A rescue dog credited with saving at least seven people from the rubble of the April 16 earthquake in Ecuador has died.

After days of searching for quake survivors, Dayko suffered heatstroke last week which then led to a heart attack, the City of Ibarra Fire Department said on Facebook.

The organization posted pictures of the 4-year-old Labrador in tribute to his heroism in the aftermath of the magnitude 7.8 temblor, which left at least 650 people dead:

Dayko was known for "his good sense of smell and charisma" and the "beautiful friendship" he established with his handler, Alex Yela, the department said.



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The best thing about having a dog as a companion is you can act like something
really good just happened and they'll instantly start celebrating too;
and they have no idea what you're celebrating; they're just always ready to party --
no matter what . . .


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Is that your dog?
You aren't doing it wrong if no one knows what you are doing.

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JTA wrote:Is that your dog?
No, it's not; it's a photo downloaded off the Internet, although Spook highly resembles the dog in the photo.
I don't post any personal photos.
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Seth Milner wrote:
JTA wrote:Is that your dog?
No, it's not; it's a photo downloaded off the Internet, although Spook highly resembles the dog in the photo.
I don't post any personal photos.
Are you saying they all look the same to you???
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JTA wrote:
Seth Milner wrote:
JTA wrote:Is that your dog?
No, it's not; it's a photo downloaded off the Internet, although Spook highly resembles the dog in the photo. I don't post any personal photos.
Are you saying they all look the same to you???
No, not really, but to some they may. Spook has his own special features and personality; like the Lab in the photo, he always has this "what're we gonna do now?" expression. He's 7 years old with the heart and spunk of a 2 year old old; loves going fishing with me, as well as hiking and loading up in the truck for a ride in the countryside, which we do a lot of nowadays. He can spot wildlife in the fields and woods long before I have any inkling they're there.
Great friend.
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Seth Milner wrote:
JTA wrote:
Seth Milner wrote:
JTA wrote:Is that your dog?
No, it's not; it's a photo downloaded off the Internet, although Spook highly resembles the dog in the photo. I don't post any personal photos.
Are you saying they all look the same to you???
No, not really, but to some they may. Spook has his own special features and personality; like the Lab in the photo, he always has this "what're we gonna do now?" expression. He's 7 years old with the heart and spunk of a 2 year old old; loves going fishing with me, as well as hiking and loading up in the truck for a ride in the countryside, which we do a lot of nowadays. He can spot wildlife in the fields and woods long before I have any inkling they're there.
Great friend.
I'm just messing with you. Yeah dogs are awesome.
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JTA wrote: I'm just messing with you.
I know that; I'm not that thin-skinned; much to the chagrin of the Bobbsey Twins.

Yeah dogs are awesome.
Depends on one's taste in dogs. They show those ugly dog contest winners; how in hell . . . never mind.
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Seth Milner wrote: Depends on one's taste in dogs.
The ones they serve in the form of General Tso's chicken at the place up the road from me are pretty good.
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