If you can't be a saint, strive for demigod.
I've seen that before, pretty funny.First time I've been on your site & it's great.I'm still crying over Kelsey, I'm SO sorry.
Hilarious! (and to think I was a blonde years ago...)
OMG!And I thought my little pup had moments of being dim!lol
This video has bothered me ever since I first saw it, because while I laughed initially, I've since stopped. This is potentially a dangerous, demented (hey, dementia happens in dogs just like in people) animal. It's not so much that he's attacking his own leg that bothers me, it's that the leg is seemingly *instigating the fight.* That just ain't right.And what realllly bothers me is that, if you listen, you can hear the laughter, among that of the adults, of a very small child. And I'm here to tell you, a dog that would bite its own leg without knowing what it's doing is just a ticking time-bomb with a toddler or small child around just waiting to accidentally startle him.
I didn't know dementia can happen to dogs. Can it happen to all animals?
MILF - Thanks for the visit. This si one of my fave funny videos.I didn't personally know Kelsey. I just hate despise loathe detest abhor child abuse in all forms. There! I feel better! Again, welcome to the site!Sang - Were you also biting your own foot? ;)Fran - We had a Boxer when i was a little kid. The boxer used to do the same thing. She was also old and almost senile.Belinda - I knew this probably would bother you. I was going to put a "caution" on it for your benefit.Mr. Fab - Great, now I'll have to Google it. Thanks a lot! You know I'm a naturally curious person when it comes to stuff like that.Or maybe you don't know.
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