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2013-03-04 12:56:51 PM  
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older lady down the street has a HUGE shepherd that is getting up in the years.  She walks him, 2-3 times a week up to the local school after or before students time.  One day, i stopped to talk with her and she was nervous about my reaction.  i told her "He's a beautiful beast" and proceed to introduce myself, hands out, let him sniff, wait a few moments...etc.

The big boy now will see me coming down my front steps and starts barking and dragging the old lady up the road to get to me.  I have to run out and get to him as fast as I can so that the old lady isn't ripped to the ground.  If he see's me in my car, he starts barking like mad and heading for my driveway, even if it's in the opposite direction of where they were going.

Once he I pet him and nuzzle him a few minutes, i say "good boy, go enjoy your walk" and he calmly lets her take him back on their walk.

// when he barks, it shakes the neighborhood, he's that big
2013-03-04 06:24:16 AM  
1 vote:

KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.

Lighten up, Francis.
2013-03-04 06:22:21 AM  
1 vote:
people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.
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