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It's a hard life being a dog!

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3 hours ago, AppleZippoandMetronome said:

And here is the old Shepherd having a snooze after positioning that cushion just so..

My son trains guide dogs for the blind, he keeps it for the first 18mts then hands it back where the take it to Leamington spa to finish its training. 

He tells me that on occasions they use the German Shepherd apparently they are exceptional guide dogs. 

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I don't have any pets, but my brother's dog (RIP brother and dog) would ride in the front passenger seat of my brother's little pickup truck. That seat was his, and no one else ever road in that truck but my bro and his dog.  The seat was always covered in dog hair, and the windows on that side always had nose prints and lick marks.  The dog wasn't bright at all, like AT ALL, but he was always happy and gentle, and often cheered up my brother during his years' long struggle with fatal illness.

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