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1) Fetch it yourself jerkwad! tu threw it, why should I have to go and get it?
2) Fetch this!
3) (after licking himself) "ha ha! tu only wish tu could do that!"
4) "That whole, 'Blame your farts on me,' thing is SO not funny."
5) Bacon, Bacon, I smell Bacon, Only one thing smells like tocino, bacon and it's BACON!
6) One of these days... I'll catch that $%#& Squirel
7) Who's the b*tch now?
8) What is the air-speed velocity of an unlden swallow?
9) Hey, zipperhead, clean my water dish and I won't drink from the toilet.
10) Why dont tu fetch your own newspaper!?
11) Dude, that Evil Lawn Gnome is creeping...
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posted by RobinFan360
My name is Ace.
I used to be your dog.
I just wanted to tell tu how I felt over all those years.
You were my best friend. tu always let me sleep with you, and we would go for walks everyday. I always loved it when tu got me a new toy, and treats would come daily. When I chewed up your shiny thingy that played music, tu just chuckled and gently, but firmly, told me not to do it again. tu would always say,"Well he IS a puppy." and everything would be all right.
I would always know when I shouldn't do something again because when I got in trouble tu would lightly hit me on the head. That's...
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posted by laura1233214
Rolf was either the smartest dog in history o the center of a scam that fooled a nation—specifically Nazi Germany. Either way, then, he was pretty awesome. According to the Nazis, Rolf could talk. To put this into context, the Nazis backed a lot of hair-brained schemes during World War II, and one of the most hair-brained was trying to train an army of super-intelligent perros to share their ideals.The smartest of these “super dogs” was Rolf. Apparently, Rolf was able to talk por tapping his paw against a board and using a sort of special dog Morse code to communicate with humans. It was...
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posted by laura1233214
In the 1860s, two stray perros called Bummer and Lazarus were dado the run of the city of San Francisco at a time when any other stray dog would have been rounded up and thrown in the pound. But Bummer and Lazarus were different—they were celebrities. The newspapers of the día reported their doggy exploits as if they were Posh and Becks o Brad and Angelina. If they got into a fight with rival dogs, the papers often printed an exaggerated account of it the siguiente day, complete with eyewitness testimony and a dramatized cartoon of the event. Even Mark Twain took time out from working on Huckleberry...
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20.Sloughi
 Sloughi
Sloughi

19.St Bernard
 St Bernard
St Bernard

18.Dogue de Bordeaux
 Dogue de Bordeaux
Dogue de Bordeaux

17.Samoyed
 Samoyed
Samoyed

16.Papillon
papillon
Papillon

15.Dandie Dinmont Terrier
 Dandie Dinmont terrier
Dandie Dinmont Terrier

14.Dachshund
 Dachshund
Dachshund

13.Borzoi
 Borzoi
Borzoi

12.Irish Wolfhound
lobero irlandés, perro lobo, wolfhound irlandés
Irish Wolfhound

11.Saluki
 Saluki
Saluki

10.Tibetan Spaniel
 Tibetan spaniel, perro de aguas
Tibetan Spaniel

9.Greyhound
 Greyhound
Greyhound

8.Great Dane
gran danés
Great Dane

7.Japanese Chin
 Japanese Chin
Japanese Chin

6.Tibetan Mastiff
mastín tibetano
Tibetan Mastiff

5.Chinese Crested
 Chinese Crested
Chinese Crested

4.Newfoundland
 Newfoundland
Newfoundland

3.Bullmastiff
 Bullmastiff
Bullmastiff

2.Chihuahua
chihuahua
Chihuahua

1.Rottweiler
rottweiler
Rottweiler
posted by laura1233214
It’s generally believed that Owney’s original owner was a mail clerk because, just as Bob the Railway dog was obsessed with trains, Owney loved the scent and texture of mail bags and followed them por land, train, o barco wherever they went. When Owney’s owner left for whatever reason, Owney stayed behind at the post office with his precious mailbags. After a while, Owney began to follow the bags, first in mail wagons and then on mail trains. He started to rack up miles, traveling through the county, then the state, and finally the whole United States. Mail clerks were happy to let him...
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posted by adavila
 he looks like this only sadder
he looks like this only sadder
NOOOOOO my dog is very sick he hasn´t been eating since this morning and he vomited like 4 times so I took him to the vet the first time he vomited and he told me not to give him water nor comida for 24 hours but he looks very very thirsty. The vet also told me to give him some medicine but the last pill my dog threw it up I´m very worried because my dog is like very cool and his like my companion tu know I dont want him to die from dyhidration darn I have to wait until tomorrow to see what happens darn it
This is a picspam I created featuring my 20 favourite dog breeds.




20.Shiba Inu

19.Newfoundland

18.English Bulldog

17.Labrador

16.Alaskan Malamute

15.Akita

14.Shar-Pei

13.Siberian Husky

12.German Shepherd

11.Saluki

10.St. Bernard

9.Chihuahua

8.Borzoi

7.Dogue De Bordeaux

6.Irish Wolfhound

5.Boxer

4.Great Dane

3.Greyhound

2.Bullmastiff

1.Rottweiler
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posted by laura1233214
Swansea Jack was a black retriever who lived with his owner William Thomas near the River Tawe in Swansea, Wales, during the 1930s. One day, Jack saw a small boy drowning in the river and ran in, pulling the boy to apuntalar, costa por the scruff of his neck. There was no one around to see it, and had circumstances been different, the boy would probably have spent the rest of his life telling the story to people who would never believe him. But Jack wasn’t done. Within a few weeks, Jack rescued another swimmer, this time with witnesses in attendance. And then another. And another. And so on. Over the...
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posted by yoki96
 Hachikō
Hachikō
Hachikō (born November 10, 1923–March 8, 1935), known in Japanese as chūken Hachikō (忠犬ハチ公?, "faithful dog Hachikō" ('hachi' meaning 'eight', a number referring to the dog's birth order in the litter, and 'kō,' meaning prince o duke)), was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of Ōdate, Akita Prefecture, remembered for his loyalty to his owner, even many years after his owner's death.

In 1924, Hidesaburō Ueno, a professor in the agriculture department at the universidad of Tokyo took in Hachikō as a pet. During his owner's life Hachikō greeted him at the end of the day...
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posted by Emily_is_COOl
 Says, "your are now under its spell, do not attempt to drive o operate heavy machinery."
Says, "your are now under its spell, do not attempt to drive or operate heavy machinery."
This is a lista of enlaces of funny dog pictures!!!

PICTURE LINK:

link

and

link

don't forget

link

and this

link

okay, one more

link

Hope tu liked it? If tu have más pictures post the link in the comentarios section and I will be happy to look at it! (videos are also allowed!)
 True dat, true dat!
True dat, true dat!
posted by laura1233214
Bob was born in South Australia in 1882, and for some reason he loved trains. He spent the early years of his life as a stray, following railway workers to work, until he was rounded up por a dogcatcher. It looked as if he was destined for the pound, but luckily for Bob he was bought por a kindly station guard who’d taken a liking to him. It worked out well, as his new master allowed him to ride the train with him in the guard’s camioneta, van every day. But, eventually, his master got a promotion and he and Bob parted ways. Then Bob started to jump trains alone.Bob traveled up and down Southern Australia,...
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There are many reasons why people abandon their dogs. Generally, it is not the dog's fault and often the decision to take a dog to an animal shelter is based not on emotion but on convenience. It is representative of a society lacking strong values--everything is disposable, including pets. People are encouraged to use excuses for their own behavior--it always is someone else's fault. In this case, it's the dog's fault!

Having a dog is a commitment to that animal for 10-15 years and should be a well thought out family decision based on a thorough investigation of the breed and breeder. Most...
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posted by laura1233214
Just one look at Bud Nelson is enough to tell tu that he was the greatest dog who ever lived. He’s an old-timey dog wearing goggles in a scratchy black-and-white photo—if he hadn’t existed, he would have been dreamed up for a steampunk novel o Bioshock game. The human in the foto is Bud Nelson’s owner, a doctor called Horatio Nelson. Horatio was the first man to cruzar, cruz America por car in the año 1903, with his hilariously named co-driver Sewall K. Crocker and, of course, Bud. That made Bud the first dog to cruzar, cruz the United States por car.At the time, the automobile was still in its...
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posted by laura1233214
There are plenty of stories of perros who stood vigil for dead masters for years afterward. Among the most well-known loyal perros were Hachiko, from Japan, and Greyfriars Bobby, from Scotland. Hachiko and Greyfriars Bobby have had numerous libros and even films made about them. But the loyal dog who was most famous during his own lifetime is probably the least well-known. Fido was born in Italy sometime during World War II. He was found on the verge of death por a kiln worker who took him inicial and nursed him back to health. And for this, he’d have Fido’s unwavering loyalty for the rest of his...
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posted by 18wanda
As tu already know, labs do not come in gray, but some poeple are scammed off into thinking they do, and that they have a rare color in special breeding. Wrong! What people make off as a blue lab is really just a regular ole lab mixed with a Weimeraner, giving the dog the look of a lab with the blue-gray color of the other breed. I saw someone who was marhcing around like they owned the place with the "blue lab." It was hilarious because they didn't know they had a mixed breed they paid 400 dollars for!
These are not labs. If you've heard of these o haven't, now tu know.
posted by werewolflover
o so we think,anyway.
My grandma lives down the road from me.And she dicho Pedro,my dog,was asleep on her porch and she heard a car go down the road.All of a sudden she heard Pedro bark and he ran down the road to where the car had gone.Then,he came back and was running around her house as if he were gaurding it.Then,he ran back down the road.
That's what my grandma told me today,and I believe it,because whenever someone comes to visit,he starts barking and sometimes even growling.I think he's a good dog,and I'm glad he's so protective of my family.
posted by laura1233214
In 1966, the World Cup was being held in England which, to the English, was kind of a big deal. Maybe the reason they were taking it so seriously was because they had a feeling they might win—which they did—so tu can imagine how bummed they were when the World Cup was stolen just four months before the matches started. There was a frenzy to find the cup and avoid international embarrassment, and it was eventually found por a plucky collie named Pickles. Pickles was being walked por his owner when he sniffed something out in the bushes—what Pickles had found was the missing World Cup.In...
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posted by laura1233214
The Saint Bernard is a dog that was specifically bred for a single purpose—to buscar and rescue. Monks at the Saint Bernard Pass, a dangerous, snowy divide between Switzerland and Italy, bred them for hundreds of years—perhaps even as far back as 1695—to rescue travelers who got lost and buried in the snow. They traveled in pairs so that when they found a victim, one dog could dig them out and sit on them for warmth while the other headed back to the monastery for help. Which brings us to the segundo Saint Bernard on our list—Barry, who saved 40 people’s lives over the course of 12...
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The colar of the Golden Retriever's capa has made it one of the most popular breeds. This breed is responsive to training and needs plenty of exercise. This dog can make a great family companion. This breed was most likely bred from crossings of a yellow Flat-coated Retriever and a Tweed Water Spaniel, with other breeds such as the Irish Setter, Labrador, and Bloodhound introduced later. Until the 1920s the breed was called the Golden Flat-coat. Other names for the Golden Retriever are the Yellow Retriever and the Russian Retriever.