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January 8, 2014

Watch This: Dog Really Hates Snow

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Carmell Hergert on January 8 at 5:46 PM said:

Very cute, added a smile to a very stressful day!
Pamela on January 9 at 3:53 AM said:

Loved it: especially going down the steps.
Marie on January 11 at 3:42 PM said:

Sorry, folks, this is not funny! First of all, the dog looks like it could use a few pounds on it, especially for the cold winter. Secondly, a breed like this, with little fur on it, quickly uses up its body heat. This poor dog isn't saying, "I hate the snow." It's saying, "For God's sakes I'm FREEZING! Please help me to get warm! My feet are painfully cold!" Shame on you, dog owner! Educate yourself about the breed you have chosen to take care of (if you want to call it that). Bring the dog in, feed it so its ribs aren't showing, and purchase a sweater for the winter months.
Wally on January 14 at 11:22 PM said:

Marie, Amen to what you said. Many of these videos aren't funny, they're cruel. It's like what is supposed to be some e videos that are supposed to be funny but are really people fetting hurt.t
Wally on January 14 at 11:27 PM said:

Sorry accidently hit key before corrections made-- What I was attempting to say is that many videos featuring animals and children that are suppose to be funny are really cruel to sentient beings that don't have the choice in showing the videos
BaxterBoo.com on January 17 at 10:26 AM said:

Yes, we agree that this dog needs protection from the elements. This is probably an Italian Greyhound or Whippet, which is naturally slender and therefore requires a coat and booties.

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