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Faith the dog

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Efour, 9 Jul 2006.

  1. Efour


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    Location: Norrbotten, Sweden.

  2. killer_uk

    OcUK Staff

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    Same thing I'm feeling,

    Thats...... :eek:
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  3. Van Hellseek


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    i remember my friends crying with laughter when i showed them this over a year ago!
  4. Volcs

    Wise Guy

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    I can do that.
  5. dakaiez


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    Shame it's not funny.
    Last edited: 9 Jul 2006
  6. MoNkeE


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    That's awesome! :D

  7. v2^

    Wise Guy

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    Nothing funny i agree, respect to the owners and to the dog for there hard work in making Faiths life a happy one.
  8. Efour


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    oh i know its ooooold i saw it a few years back but didnt find it here so thought id share it when a mate linked me to it again today.
  9. Akira

    Wise Guy

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    What's funny? It's a great story and the dog is evidently happy. Good on them, owner and dog.
  10. Violent-J


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  11. ElvisFan


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    Amazing creature. Lazy disability-benefit bludgers could learn a thing or two from her.
  12. dbmzk1


    Joined: 28 Oct 2002

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    Good on them, both the dog and the owner. Nice to see its got the care and love it needs.

    Sorry though but it IS hilarious.
  13. Dr.EM


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    Must be very strong now to be able to walk like that all the time. Truzy bizarre, but yes, seems happy enough :)
  14. Van Hellseek


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    as it gets older there will be problems though.
  15. Mr.Orb


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    That is amazing, most owners would have put her down. Well done them for giving her a happy life :)


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    Seen it before but well done to the owner for keeping that dog. He is awesome! :D
  17. ElRazur


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    That is so cool and weird. After watching that i now have an idea in my head......Get a day old puppy, chop off........ :D
  18. calnen


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    My thought too. Dogs aren't 'designed' to do that for long periods.. I imagine it'll end up with pretty terrible arthritis and such before it's too old :(