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(Daily Mail)   Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 46
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2013-11-17 12:52:04 PM
"...cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

I wouldn't worry about it too much. Puppies have strong immune systems, so the little dog should be OK.
 
2013-11-17 01:14:18 PM
Done in one.
 
2013-11-17 02:51:13 PM
CSB. When we got our son a dog (mini weenerhound) for his 10th birthday we all decided to crate train him. That lasted about an hour before the whining got under our nerves. I was trying to calm the puppy when my son's bedroom door opened and he said, "Dad, he can sleep with me."

That dog slept with our son every night until Jr went off to college, then slept in his bed alone the rest of his life. After his "night-night" walk he'd trot over to the bedroom door and wait for one of us to open it, then he'd hop up onto the bed and snuggle down under the covers, where he stay until he heard us go into the kitchen to make coffee. If we weren't Jonny-on-the-spot opening the door he'd bark to be let out. /CSB
 
2013-11-17 04:09:42 PM
Ghaa! The overcute just gave me the diabetus!
 
2013-11-17 04:10:21 PM
This story comes from the Daily Fail.

Dogs probably don't even exist.
 
2013-11-17 04:11:10 PM

Stone Meadow: CSB. When we got our son a dog (mini weenerhound) for his 10th birthday we all decided to crate train him. That lasted about an hour before the whining got under our nerves. I was trying to calm the puppy when my son's bedroom door opened and he said, "Dad, he can sleep with me."

That dog slept with our son every night until Jr went off to college, then slept in his bed alone the rest of his life. After his "night-night" walk he'd trot over to the bedroom door and wait for one of us to open it, then he'd hop up onto the bed and snuggle down under the covers, where he stay until he heard us go into the kitchen to make coffee. If we weren't Jonny-on-the-spot opening the door he'd bark to be let out. /CSB


My father has a large weenie dog, 25 lbs, and when I spent two years taking care of my fathers place while he was off boozing the dog would sleep with me every night.  My father says the dog still goes up to my old room to nap on my bed.

When that puppy is a dog, he is gonna protect that kid with his life.
 
2013-11-17 04:15:26 PM

theflatline: Stone Meadow: CSB. When we got our son a dog (mini weenerhound) for his 10th birthday we all decided to crate train him. That lasted about an hour before the whining got under our nerves. I was trying to calm the puppy when my son's bedroom door opened and he said, "Dad, he can sleep with me."

That dog slept with our son every night until Jr went off to college, then slept in his bed alone the rest of his life. After his "night-night" walk he'd trot over to the bedroom door and wait for one of us to open it, then he'd hop up onto the bed and snuggle down under the covers, where he stay until he heard us go into the kitchen to make coffee. If we weren't Jonny-on-the-spot opening the door he'd bark to be let out. /CSB

My father has a large weenie dog, 25 lbs, and when I spent two years taking care of my fathers place while he was off boozing the dog would sleep with me every night.  My father says the dog still goes up to my old room to nap on my bed.

When that puppy is a dog, he is gonna protect that kid with his life.


It's been 8 years
 
2013-11-17 04:17:30 PM
Can't tell for sure, is that kid sporting a vampire fang pacifier?
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2013-11-17 04:20:13 PM
Nah, I'm good. Dirt makes kids grow, germs makes kids strong.
 
2013-11-17 04:22:32 PM
Cute things cause cancer.
 
2013-11-17 04:23:47 PM
Well, that kid will probabaly grow up with a strong immune system because he snuggled with the dog while napping. Maybe, who knows? I have no young un's myself.

/ Dogs are suppposedly clean creatures, that is.....if they are kept clean & healthy. Puppies have that new dog smell, also.
 
2013-11-17 04:28:03 PM
Daily Fail or Daily Mule, take yer pick. Tried to FastStoneSnatch pic #1 encroppinated, no go.  Stuill need save ChicagoKev's vampire pacifier sometime before this dies of Pure Cuteness. D'awww! Just spotted SpdrJay's statement Cute things cause cancer.boo hisss...
 
2013-11-17 04:28:04 PM

mr_a: "...cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

I wouldn't worry about it too much. Puppies have strong immune systems, so the little dog should be OK.


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2013-11-17 04:29:57 PM

mr_a: "...cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

I wouldn't worry about it too much. Puppies have strong immune systems, so the little dog should be OK.


One of them is a filthy, disgusting, germ-ridden creature. The other one is a puppy.
 
2013-11-17 04:31:54 PM
How long have we been taking care of each other?  Good pup.
 
2013-11-17 04:33:28 PM
Naw, Subby, just post pictures of Sarah MacLachlan.
 
2013-11-17 04:36:16 PM

mr_a: "...cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

I wouldn't worry about it too much. Puppies have strong immune systems, so the little dog should be OK.


/Nothing to contribute now.
 
2013-11-17 04:42:12 PM
When that filthy beast grows bigger, it'll attack the dog for no good reason.
 
2013-11-17 04:45:12 PM
"Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

Silly subby.  You're thinking of cats.  Now  those are disgusting creatures that shouldn't be allowed in your house, let alone permitted anywhere near a child.  Or adult, for that matter.
 
2013-11-17 04:47:47 PM
Note to everybody. Nobody thinks your kids are as cute as you do. Sorry, but it's true.
 
2013-11-17 04:55:43 PM
Here ya go subby...

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2013-11-17 04:57:12 PM

OtherLittleGuy: Naw, Subby, just post pictures of Sarah MacLachlan.


That woman is a menace.
 
2013-11-17 05:16:34 PM

AgentPothead: Note to everybody. Nobody thinks your kids are as cute as you do. Sorry, but it's true.


Everyone thinks puppies are cute though.
 
2013-11-17 05:22:23 PM

mr_a: "...cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

I wouldn't worry about it too much. Puppies have strong immune systems, so the little dog should be OK.


Nice!
Subby here. My first green!
 
2013-11-17 05:25:04 PM

Perducci: "Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

Silly subby.  You're thinking of cats.  Now  those are disgusting creatures that shouldn't be allowed in your house, let alone permitted anywhere near a child.  Or adult, for that matter.


Blasphemy! Cats can be best friends, too!

But seriously, the kid in the article is building up a good immune system and, more importantly, a shiatload of empathy. The baby with the feline best friend will, too.

Kids should have pets. Provided the parents know what they're doing.
 
2013-11-17 05:25:55 PM

Gig103: AgentPothead: Note to everybody. Nobody thinks your kids are as cute as you do. Sorry, but it's true.

Everyone thinks puppies are cute though.


I'd go as far and say cuter than the kid.
 
2013-11-17 05:25:55 PM
Subby, I have no problem with the kid curling up with a puppy.


However, what I do have a problem with is that she named her son Beau.
 
2013-11-17 05:34:10 PM

Canton: Perducci: "Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

Silly subby.  You're thinking of cats.  Now  those are disgusting creatures that shouldn't be allowed in your house, let alone permitted anywhere near a child.  Or adult, for that matter.

Blasphemy! Cats can be best friends, too!

But seriously, the kid in the article is building up a good immune system and, more importantly, a shiatload of empathy. The baby with the feline best friend will, too.

Kids should have pets. Provided the parents know what they're doing.


Yep.
 
2013-11-17 05:38:54 PM

Perducci: "Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

Silly subby.  You're thinking of cats.  Now  those are disgusting creatures that shouldn't be allowed in your house, let alone permitted anywhere near a child.  Or adult, for that matter.


you should be spayed or neutered for that comment...
 
2013-11-17 05:39:18 PM

grumpfuff: Subby, I have no problem with the kid curling up with a puppy.


However, what I do have a problem with is that she named her son Beau.


mediamikes.com

Whatever you do, don't answer the phone.
 
2013-11-17 05:58:02 PM

Canton: Perducci: "Unbearably cute photos show toddler and pup nap routine. Since this is Fark I'm sure we'll have the Debbie Downers lined up to cite health hazards of the filthy beast or other criticisms"

Silly subby.  You're thinking of cats.  Now  those are disgusting creatures that shouldn't be allowed in your house, let alone permitted anywhere near a child.  Or adult, for that matter.

Blasphemy! Cats can be best friends, too!

But seriously, the kid in the article is building up a good immune system and, more importantly, a shiatload of empathy. The baby with the feline best friend will, too.

Kids should have pets. Provided the parents know what they're doing.


Do you have any idea how difficult it is to type after your head assplodes? DO YOU?

First puppies, then kittens, then a baby with incredibly fat, pudgy cheeks.
 
2013-11-17 06:32:04 PM
i love the smell of puppy. My Ned sleeps with me.. all 80 lbs of him. not a puppy anymore.
 
2013-11-17 06:56:01 PM
As a cat person I will say that cats/dogs are cuter/more intelligent/easier to train/more loyal than children

/My cats are the real thing! They are not like those cheap imitations out on the streets. I love how they purr, lick themselves and catch small critters. AND WITHOUT BATTERIES! I got mine free and they are well worth the price.
 
2013-11-17 07:05:15 PM

Jayberrysparklesalot: Well, that kid will probabaly grow up with a strong immune system because he snuggled with the dog while napping. Maybe, who knows? I have no young un's myself.

/ Dogs are suppposedly clean creatures, that is.....if they are kept clean & healthy. Puppies have that new dog smell, also.


According to some researchers, you're right... Homes with dogs tend to have kids with healthier immune systems.

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-08-08/health/ct-x-0808-dogs-c a ts-immune-system-20120808_1_dog-ownership-ear-infections-babies
 
2013-11-17 07:19:06 PM
Where the fark is CPS? A rott? Really? You hate your children don't you? Who the hell leaves such a savage beast to attend their spawn? Clearly the nanny state isn't doing it's job.


/too much?
 
2013-11-17 07:20:54 PM

Lee451: My cats are the real thing! They are not like those cheap imitations out on the streets. I love how they purr, lick themselves and catch small critters.


Oh, SURE! It's FINE when cats do this, but when I try this at the park, suddenly there's this big problem.
 
2013-11-17 08:27:38 PM
That's freakin adorable. I'm sure they'll have a lot of fun together growing up.
 
2013-11-17 08:30:02 PM
I recently moved back home and my dog has been on Cloud 9 now that I'm back.

He's taken up his old spot sleeping in bed with me and since then his appetite has returned full force and my insomnia has mysteriously gone away.

We don't look nearly as cute as these two though....
 
2013-11-17 08:43:37 PM
Poor dog will get flees.
 
2013-11-17 08:45:13 PM

Danger Avoid Death: Lee451: My cats are the real thing! They are not like those cheap imitations out on the streets. I love how they purr, lick themselves and catch small critters.

Oh, SURE! It's FINE when cats do this, but when I try this at the park, suddenly there's this big problem.


Try wearing cat ears OR put lipstick on your anus

/But only when you sit on the counhter
 
2013-11-17 09:15:04 PM
Look for the followup in 3 years when the kid's 5 and the rottie's 150 pounds and rips his head off in some alpha domination struggle but I'm sure the cutesy pics will be a wonderful comfort as she tries to teach him to count to potato.
 
2013-11-17 10:20:55 PM
Awww so cute.

/they're always cute when they are asleep
 
2013-11-17 10:44:44 PM

2wolves: How long have we been taking care of each other?  Good pup.


50,000 years, by some estimates. Probably dating back to our evolutionary progenitors. That's why it works so well.
 
2013-11-18 12:42:59 AM
Is it just me, or did this last one remind anybody of a Calvin Klein ad?

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2013-11-18 01:18:20 AM
On one hand, adorable beyond words. On the other hand, taking pictures of someone while they're asleep and posting them on the Internet? Kind of creepy and disturbing.
 
2013-11-18 03:55:25 AM

Nogale: On one hand, adorable beyond words. On the other hand, taking pictures of someone while they're asleep and posting them on the Internet? Kind of creepy and disturbing.


The second part of your comment is totally out of context...is there something YOU want to admit??
 
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