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(Care2)   "Woman rescues burned puppy and he grows up to save her life" -- or maybe not. A sweet story with a totally BS headline   (care2.com) divider line 22
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2013-01-08 09:50:49 AM
So ironic facial hair has started infecting our canines now?
 
2013-01-08 09:50:56 AM
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2013-01-08 09:52:33 AM
anthropomorphism at its finest
 
2013-01-08 09:52:37 AM
That is one ugly dog, but the pup is cute.
 
2013-01-08 09:53:13 AM
I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.
 
2013-01-08 09:54:41 AM
fark you subby. Humans can look after themselves. But dogs need you. If you're ever in a coma, go towards the light and your kids will understand. But get your ass back here and take care of your puppies.

Cats? Cats probably put fecal parasites in your brain that made you risk the coma in the first place.
 
2013-01-08 09:55:51 AM
I wonder if a police report was ever filed to investigate who burned the dog. At least that little guy got a second chance.
 
2013-01-08 09:59:45 AM
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2013-01-08 10:04:40 AM
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NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR DOG
 
2013-01-08 10:11:04 AM

WarszawaScream: I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.


Nah, he is part Schnauzer and those facial tufts are a characteristic of that breed. Actually for as badly as he was farked up, I think he made a remarkable recovery.
 
2013-01-08 10:14:00 AM

Cold_Sassy: WarszawaScream: I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.

Nah, he is part Schnauzer and those facial tufts are a characteristic of that breed. Actually for as badly as he was farked up, I think he made a remarkable recovery.


Didn't TFA state that those were from skin grafts?
 
2013-01-08 10:25:33 AM
She asks people to consider rescuing, rather than buying pets and explains that "the bond between you is one that can never be broken."

Tough to explain, but it's true.  I have had dogs and cats that were bought and rescued.  The ones that were rescued formed much stronger bonds.  It's like they know what you did for them and like to show their appreciation.
 
2013-01-08 10:26:43 AM
Yeah the dog saved her life. But what about the doctors who spent years and years and thousands and thousands of dollars to attend medical school? fark them, it was the dog that saved her life.


I love dogs. I'm definitely a "dog person", however ridiculous statements like this make me roll my eyes every damn time.
 
2013-01-08 10:38:41 AM
HS classmate's owned by a Schnauzer (not just cats who own their hoo-mons), & belongs to Schnauzer rescue org, bless her heart. Call slight boo hisss on both doglover & moothemagiccow. 10 cats own us, 7 came here seeking Safe Place, eldest adopted as kitten, 2 born here to 1 who Sought. Appreciate tales/tails of rescue like this, also belong to Care2 from whence this came tho am not subby.
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Saved as Dog cuddled, came from Care2. Not directly relate, just semi convenient & completely cute.
 
2013-01-08 11:01:38 AM

phalaeo: Cold_Sassy: WarszawaScream: I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.

Nah, he is part Schnauzer and those facial tufts are a characteristic of that breed. Actually for as badly as he was farked up, I think he made a remarkable recovery.

Didn't TFA state that those were from skin grafts?


I suppose it could be a takeaway, but it is not the way I interpreted it. Yes, the dog has grafts, but the tufts are not cited as a direct result.

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2013-01-08 11:01:42 AM

Mattyb710: Yeah the dog saved her life. But what about the doctors who spent years and years and thousands and thousands of dollars to attend medical school? fark them, it was the dog that saved her life.


I love dogs. I'm definitely a "dog person", however ridiculous statements like this make me roll my eyes every damn time.


Doctors can lead a potato to water, but they can't induce osmosis.
 
2013-01-08 11:13:15 AM
My takeaway from TFA: Once again, riding/owning a motorcycle seems like a terrible idea.
 
2013-01-08 12:52:59 PM

Mattyb710: Yeah the dog saved her life. But what about the doctors who spent years and years and thousands and thousands of dollars to attend medical school? fark them, it was the dog that saved her life.


I love dogs. I'm definitely a "dog person", however ridiculous statements like this make me roll my eyes every damn time.


A relative recently had a week-long stay in the hospital, caring for her child who had fluid in his lungs. Throughout her stay, and when they got out, she was only thankful for her friends who sent prayers. Doctors mean jack shiat to these types of people, even as they rely on them for their very lives.
 
2013-01-08 02:29:24 PM

Cold_Sassy: phalaeo: Cold_Sassy: WarszawaScream: I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.

Nah, he is part Schnauzer and those facial tufts are a characteristic of that breed. Actually for as badly as he was farked up, I think he made a remarkable recovery.

Didn't TFA state that those were from skin grafts?

I suppose it could be a takeaway, but it is not the way I interpreted it. Yes, the dog has grafts, but the tufts are not cited as a direct result.

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/Photo courtsey of Kimberley Lee on Photobucket


I always thought those were the result of how the dogs were groomed, never realized they were just how the pups' hair grows in.  Either way I still love his adorable little fuzzy puffs and I think he's adorable as a whole.  Even if he looks like a werewolf and scares children.  The heck with them.
 
2013-01-08 02:59:06 PM
FTFA: He has become my musketeer...

So, he marched around the house with a black powder rifle? Interesting thing to label a dog as. I always thought they preferred small arms over rifles.
 
2013-01-08 03:00:33 PM
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2013-01-08 04:22:51 PM

WarszawaScream: Cold_Sassy: phalaeo: Cold_Sassy: WarszawaScream: I love his big fuzzy face tufts and wish they didn't make me so sad because I know its from some arsehole abusing him.

Nah, he is part Schnauzer and those facial tufts are a characteristic of that breed. Actually for as badly as he was farked up, I think he made a remarkable recovery.

Didn't TFA state that those were from skin grafts?

I suppose it could be a takeaway, but it is not the way I interpreted it. Yes, the dog has grafts, but the tufts are not cited as a direct result.

[i1342.photobucket.com image 627x960]
/Photo courtsey of Kimberley Lee on Photobucket

I always thought those were the result of how the dogs were groomed, never realized they were just how the pups' hair grows in.  Either way I still love his adorable little fuzzy puffs and I think he's adorable as a whole.  Even if he looks like a werewolf and scares children.  The heck with them.


The cool thing about those hair tufts is they are actually meant to serve as face armor. The whole point was for it to get all gnarly and nappy and hard to ward off scratches and bites while out bringing death to rats. We bred that shiat in to give Schnauzers +5 defense against rats.
 
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