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Just got sent some pictures in a chain e-mail and googled for a video...Faith is a 2 legged dog that walks like a human.Could not believe it till i saw it.

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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.

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LOLi shouldnt laugh but i couldnt help my self. the way it was jiggling.but ona positive note im glad she can walk and enjoy her dog life

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see i only got sent pictures ... when i saw the video i nearly choken on my cereal

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imagine seeing that in the middle of the night running down ur street ill be shoook

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imagine seeing that in the middle of the night running down ur street ill be shoook
LOL real talk
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Dogs>>>>Still, that was Donnie Darko-esque, a little unnerving tbh

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f*ck ever seeing that.Comes like that thing outta Silent Hill...armlessman.jpg

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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
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The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil

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The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil
Not really, dogs are not designed to walk on two hinde legs, larger dogs have a shorter life span because of hip displacement and the discomfort they are then in, there back end basically collapses. The vet would have only been recomending what they thought as the best option for the pup. Those people choose to keep the dog alive and train it to walk like a person, which is fine, but that dog will have a shortened natural life span because of the strain constantly on her hips.
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The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil
Not really, dogs are not designed to walk on two hinde legs, larger dogs have a shorter life span because of hip displacement and the discomfort they are then in, there back end basically collapses. The vet would have only been recomending what they thought as the best option for the pup. Those people choose to keep the dog alive and train it to walk like a person, which is fine, but that dog will have a shortened natural life span because of the strain constantly on her hips.
short life span is still better than death at birth by injection imo
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The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil
Not really, dogs are not designed to walk on two hinde legs, larger dogs have a shorter life span because of hip displacement and the discomfort they are then in, there back end basically collapses. The vet would have only been recomending what they thought as the best option for the pup. Those people choose to keep the dog alive and train it to walk like a person, which is fine, but that dog will have a shortened natural life span because of the strain constantly on her hips.
short life span is still better than death at birth by injection imo
InitMany German Shepherds have problems with there back legs but should we put them down as soon as there born?
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dogs life must be a struggle, i hope they massage the dogs back/legs and feed it abit more for xtra energy

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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
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The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil
Not really, dogs are not designed to walk on two hinde legs, larger dogs have a shorter life span because of hip displacement and the discomfort they are then in, there back end basically collapses. The vet would have only been recomending what they thought as the best option for the pup. Those people choose to keep the dog alive and train it to walk like a person, which is fine, but that dog will have a shortened natural life span because of the strain constantly on her hips.
short life span is still better than death at birth by injection imo
I don't disagree about them giving the dog a fighting chance at life, i just disagree with labeling someone a f*ck*ng devil. I also agree about the short life span as long as that animal is not going to be suffering from on going pain throughout its short life span.
The vet told them to put it downf*ckin Devil
Not really, dogs are not designed to walk on two hinde legs, larger dogs have a shorter life span because of hip displacement and the discomfort they are then in, there back end basically collapses. The vet would have only been recomending what they thought as the best option for the pup. Those people choose to keep the dog alive and train it to walk like a person, which is fine, but that dog will have a shortened natural life span because of the strain constantly on her hips.
short life span is still better than death at birth by injection imo
InitMany German Shepherds have problems with there back legs but should we put them down as soon as there born?
Of course not, nobody has suggested that. Having owned several German shepherds previously theres are the types of dogs i was reffering to it, happens with all large dog breeds, same way the small breeds in dogs suffer from diseases such as cancer and cushings, and heart murmers(sp) Spiderman - Yes im DMF.
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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
Ive studied animal psychology and behaviour, i also have done alot of dog behaviour and training.
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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
Ive studied animal psychology and behaviour, i also have done alot of dog behaviour and training.
CoolI read time ago that they believe that animals have emotions, so who knows maybe this dog may feel different when around other animalsWe will never fully know
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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
Ive studied animal psychology and behaviour, i also have done alot of dog behaviour and training.
My boys dog recently got his balls castrated for being a pitbullWhat is he gonna hink having no balls? is he gonna think hes a less of a dog?
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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
Ive studied animal psychology and behaviour, i also have done alot of dog behaviour and training.
CoolI read time ago that they believe that animals have emotions, so who knows maybe this dog may feel different when around other animalsWe will never fully know
Animals do feel emotions and they feel pain to, but its in a different way than us. Animals also deal with death as part of the cycle, they also don't continue to respect the elder/weaker animals they will quite often push them out or some animals have even been known to attack and kill an older animal because it makes there herd/pack weak. Animals are facinating creatures. Animals react to our emotions to and mirror what we project from the inside not the outside thust making them great animals to work with in a theraputic enviroment.
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wot choice does the poor dog have, only way she can get around is walking on 2 legs. she must feel proper abnormal when she comes across a normal dog.
Animal's don't think like that. That way of thinking is a human trait.
How do you know ?
Ive studied animal psychology and behaviour, i also have done alot of dog behaviour and training.
My boys dog recently got his balls castrated for being a pitbullWhat is he gonna hink having no balls? is he gonna think hes a less of a dog?
Does your friend have a licence to own that pitbull?/Love pits, want to get my licence so that i can take some in as charity work/rescueing.
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