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Old 07-31-2008, 01:52 PM   #1
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I have a 100lb German Shepherd and I thought this was funny. Hopefully you will see the humor in it.

The dog looks like it is trained. It seems to stand next to the tree and when the owner gives the command, off he goes and puts his muzzle between the persons legs as they are shocked by the cold wet nose.

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Old 07-31-2008, 09:12 PM   #2
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.....AH!...things seem to be livening up on the old TRUCKCONVERSIONS.NET FORUM.....Mods are asleep at the switch or is Camping Dutchman out of contact with the list?......blue behaviors always seem to crawl in from time to time.....geofkaye
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Old 08-01-2008, 10:01 AM   #3
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You're a dog owner correct? And you have a sniffing type dog yes with a million dollar nose?

Did you find the video funny?

One time, while I was walking Tyson the wonder dog in a crowd of people at a street fair, he deceided to touch his large cold wet nose to the back of a womans leg who was wearing shorts. The woman screamed, jumped forward and quickly turned around to see what was touching the back of her leg just below her buttocks. She probablly thought it was some kind of pervert touching her with his cold hands. I apologized for my dog, and later thought it was kind of funny.

The dog in the video seems to enjoy his mischievious behavior. I think he's been trained by the owner do such actions.
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...my last DOG was a "cadaver dog" from the Government....he is dead-his cremains are in a box here on my desk....yes, I'm a dog lover and a regular contributer to the no kill shelter here. [No jokes here!] watching the video I certainly smiled and thought of my dogs in the past and some of the things I had to apologized for and about.....and pay for damages in a case of two-or ten.....I don't like to see dogs trained to sniff butts-but it is funny and for chicks on the beach to freak is even better cuz they leave the bra straps loose from time to time....'course on Sanibel they are all 75-80 at least-causing a heart stress test for me....but I have lived through it all and so did the dog till August almost 2 years ago......I have put in for another dog but have to wait my turn-I like other hound breeds rather than the Shepherds[sharp bark]....I've had two hounds in the last 20 years and hope to get another......I can do without the cadaver part but I will except what I can handle...First dog was a shooting victim and the second was cross trained and it didn't work out for the purpose intended....geofkaye
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I'm here, watching.. I htought it was funny and surely fit the Cat of you gotta see this. Can't over moderate...
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