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not clicking that for fear that I will snigger, and that the snigger will turn into a guffaw.
And if the dogs are talking, then I may well wet myself laughing.
I'm not looking
I want my own Range Rover.
Don't count your chickens yet.
one of them might be disabled!
"Duke, the founding dog of Pets with Disabilities, broke his back, while puppy playing. Euthanasia was not an option, so we elected to get Duke a wheelchair and to give him a job to help other dogs and cats find homes that are disabled. He has become a great spokesdog for his cause!"
When I was mountain biking one time, I seen a bloke walking a dog which had wheels for it's back two legs. We called him Downhill Dog. Best dog ever.
As it is, like the title says, literally one poem. And a very literal poem it is:
Most pets have the use of two eyes,
Some have one or none.
Most pets can hear through both ears,
Some hear a little, some hear nothing at all.
Most pets can eat anything and visit the vet but once a year,
Some need special food, shots or medicine.
Most pets go potty on a walk or in the yard,
Some wear ‘hot pants’ or go on a special matt inside.
Most pets walk in normal stride,
Some hop along or roll in wheelchairs.
Differences exist between most and some, but does it really mean that much?
All pets have such great big hearts and yearn to feel love’s touch.
Opening your mind, home and heart to a disabled pet will prove one thing for sure,
The love and thanks you’ll receive in return will touch your life like never before."
-Lynne Przychodzki 2004
I'd watch it all day.
all those dogs' asses.