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Bring It

Bring It

January 9, 2013
Posted in: Dogs | Reading Time: 1 minute

Dude! I'll never make fun of your pearly whites again!

"Dude! I swear. I was just bustin' your crank!"
"If you can dish it out, you'd better take it little man!"

Sigh. If looks could . . . Oh, never mind. That's my cracker. Always raising the crack to level orange when the instigator least expects it. No pups were harmed during this toothy expression of play. In fact, that GSD puppy was bringing it plenty for Loki just before this shot. No matter how it looks, it was good fun.


They even had that little terror dog behind them wondering:  "WTF are those crackers up to now?"

The cracker's favorite thing in the whole wide world, after tug? Being chased.

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8 comments on “Bring It”

  1. There is nothing "meaner" than a GSD puppy. Even at only weeks old they are so mean to litter mates! They crack me up! They are kind of twins except Loki is a little redder. Silly boys!

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  2. You mean there are dogs that DON'T play that way?!? Even TaiChi at her advanced age gave puppy Fi some snarly faces to show who was boss. If I don't get Jaws of Doom at least a few times a day, someone is being loaded up to go to the vet, because that's SOP around here! 😉

    -Dr. Liz, who may not be able to get out of bed tomorrow after a wicked circuit training class today (and I'm thinking about yoga tomorrow? Am I smoking crack??? *ahem*)

  3. How great Loki has found a peer as a playmate! Hope they get to play often. Bet Juno does, too.

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