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Hell everybody has the right to be wrong every now and again.....even that dude.

It was very wrong of him to feed a gravy soaked sponge to his neighbors dog as he stood there and watched it die. But that's just my opinion

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It was very wrong of him to feed a gravy soaked sponge to his neighbors dog as he stood there and watched it die. But that's just my opinion

Eh, sounds like a kid trying to be tough on the internet. If he did do it it's a law enforcement matter. Either way, he needs a hobby, perhaps golf or shuffleboard. Something to ease his mind a bit.

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That dog is awesome. I believe there are a couple dog threads kicking around to add this in. I know this is one:

 

http://forums.ufcfightclub.com/topic/186502-yer-old-das-dog-thread-no-derailments-please/?hl=%2Bdog+%2Bthread

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That dog is awesome. I believe there are a couple dog threads kicking around to add this in. I know this is one:

 

http://forums.ufcfightclub.com/topic/186502-yer-old-das-dog-thread-no-derailments-please/?hl=%2Bdog+%2Bthread

There's definitely a few. If there was a magic button to put pics up from your phone i'd share some of my little beast. Your dog looks awesome mate. What's the breed? Looks like staff x border collie

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Those stubby legs tho

 

Yea the one that looks like a mini-black bear is mine well my aunt's lol

 

Yeah the retriever looks cute but don't imagine he is to healthy.

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Yea the one that looks like a mini-black bear is mine well my aunt's lol

 

Yeah the retriever looks cute but don't imagine he is to healthy.

He looks well fed and happy. Mongrel dogs need love too.

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can we merge these pictures into the culinary creations thread?

I missed you m9

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You ain't asian, stfu

 

 

you dont have to be asian to appreciate fine asian cuisine. stfu and have another bag of ramen noodles bro

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Police Dog Loses Job For Being Too Friendly

 

You've probably seen those terrifying police dog training videos where giant German Shepherds bolt after some unlucky bloke in a padded outfit, dragging him to the ground in a flurry of teeth, claws, fur and muscle.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnMKdgqKUIs

 

As you can see in the video above, one-year-old pup Gavel is just too friendly to be in the force.

 

However, some dogs just aren't quite cut out for the job - one police pooch working for Queensland Police Service in Australia recently lost his position due to his overfriendly nature.

 

Gavel much prefers rolling over and having his belly rubbed to chasing down criminals and sniffing out explosives. He's such a softy that he couldn't make it through his police dog training because of his overly-sociable temperament.

 

But luckily for the cheeky canine, a new role was found for him, welcoming visitors to Brisbane's Government House as Governor Paul de Jersey's official Vice-Regal Dog.

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A spokesman for Queensland Government House said: "Gavel arrived at Government House in April last year as a six-week-old puppy.

 

"It was intended that he would undergo a training and socialisation programme preparing to become a Queensland Police Service Dog.

 

"But like many aspiring QPS Dogs, Gavel did not display the necessary aptitude for a life on the front line.

 

"Not all dogs display this, and Gavel proved himself to be quite sociable."

 

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He added: "He is better suited to life as a ceremonial dog and will instead now spend his working days at Fernberg, where he has become a much-loved part of Government House life."

 

Now his official state duties include welcoming the building's thousands of callers, attending functions and formal ceremonies with the governor and even sitting in on briefings.

 

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Saw a ridgeback bullmastiff X like my old dog while out last week and I got an attack of the feels.

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Police Dog Loses Job For Being Too Friendly

 

You've probably seen those terrifying police dog training videos where giant German Shepherds bolt after some unlucky bloke in a padded outfit, dragging him to the ground in a flurry of teeth, claws, fur and muscle.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnMKdgqKUIs

 

As you can see in the video above, one-year-old pup Gavel is just too friendly to be in the force.

 

However, some dogs just aren't quite cut out for the job - one police pooch working for Queensland Police Service in Australia recently lost his position due to his overfriendly nature.

 

Gavel much prefers rolling over and having his belly rubbed to chasing down criminals and sniffing out explosives. He's such a softy that he couldn't make it through his police dog training because of his overly-sociable temperament.

 

But luckily for the cheeky canine, a new role was found for him, welcoming visitors to Brisbane's Government House as Governor Paul de Jersey's official Vice-Regal Dog.

ec31bf355937d265511fd1bc7d86dcb1.jpg

A spokesman for Queensland Government House said: "Gavel arrived at Government House in April last year as a six-week-old puppy.

 

"It was intended that he would undergo a training and socialisation programme preparing to become a Queensland Police Service Dog.

 

"But like many aspiring QPS Dogs, Gavel did not display the necessary aptitude for a life on the front line.

 

"Not all dogs display this, and Gavel proved himself to be quite sociable."

 

327949b859372e4e511fbefba5d6ce9b.jpg

 

He added: "He is better suited to life as a ceremonial dog and will instead now spend his working days at Fernberg, where he has become a much-loved part of Government House life."

 

Now his official state duties include welcoming the building's thousands of callers, attending functions and formal ceremonies with the governor and even sitting in on briefings.

 

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Here in the states they adopt out the dogs that don't make it through police or military training for whatever reasons and more than likely they become service or therapy dogs. The videos of why they didn't make it are pretty damn funny but they are still gonna have a job through service or therapy.

 

Also look up weiner dog racing and bull mastiff agility competition. You won't be disappointed.

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Saw a ridgeback bullmastiff X like my old dog while out last week and I got an attack of the feels.

I bet that was a beaut! I didn't really know much about ridgebacks until getting my current dog. He's a husky ridgeback (thai or Vietnamese ridgeback, not Rhodesian) mix. Cool as hell, wouldn't mind having a pure Rhodesian Ridgeback someday

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This is Bruno. He's a ****ing beast. Trained to attack the balls of anyone who tries to get into my beers without the right command.

 

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This is Bruno. He's a **** beast. Trained to attack the balls of anyone who tries to get into my beers without the right command.

 

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Those wrinkles tho

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This is Bruno. He's a **** beast. Trained to attack the balls of anyone who tries to get into my beers without the right command.

 

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yeah thanks but no thanks. im not going to drink your beer.

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yeah thanks but no thanks. im not going to drink your beer.

I can't believe you'd puss out that easy. Shame on you. This dog is beyond harmless

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I can't believe you'd puss out that easy. Shame on you. This dog is beyond harmless

People **** their pants over my pit too and I just shake my head. He's a ****ing cupcake unless you act scared of him, if you act scared he gets nervous and then....well, he gets defensive.

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People **** their pants over my pit too and I just shake my head. He's a **** cupcake unless you act scared of him, if you act scared he gets nervous and then....well, he gets defensive.

This guy isn't a pit lol hes a pug x beagle. He's a ****ing puggle. The least threatening of all dog breed names lol
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People **** their pants over my pit too and I just shake my head. He's a **** cupcake unless you act scared of him, if you act scared he gets nervous and then....well, he gets defensive.

**** pit bulls

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This guy isn't a pit lol hes a pug x beagle. He's a **** puggle. The least threatening of all dog breed names lol

Don't let the wrinkles fool you, your dogs a killer if need be. He's the smooth silent killer.

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I hate those dogs

It's all about the owner. I owned a German Shepherd rescue before him that was way meaner but after a while hes temperament improved a ton.

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I can't believe you'd puss out that easy. Shame on you. This dog is beyond harmless

 

 

you trained it to rip my balls off if i try to open your cooler and grab a beer

 

oh hell no i aint drinking your beer.  my balls may be useless but im not about to lose them

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one of my friends has a pitbull its pretty cool with me

 

one of my aunts got attacked by her friends pitbull and it chewed her face all up. she went through like 30 surgeries and its like 5 years later and  you can still tell she got ****ed right up.

 

they can be unpredictable at times

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one of my friends has a pitbull its pretty cool with me

 

one of my aunts got attacked by her friends pitbull and it chewed her face all up. she went through like 30 surgeries and its like 5 years later and you can still tell she got ****ed right up.

 

they can be unpredictable at times

Like I said, mine only gets defensive if you act sketchy or scared of him and it's only because it makes him nervous. If you just walk up to him like youre his best friend then he is fine.

 

He follows my daughter everywhere, she walks him and everything.

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yup  my friend and his girl just had a baby like half a year ago and the pitbull loves her to death and protects her and stuff

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