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Old 04-01-2014, 09:19 AM   #1
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So, you taught your dog to roll over..

Well, if you did teach your pet to roll over, shake hands or play dead, don't go spraining your shoulder patting yourself on the back. Check out what this guy did!

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Very interesting and remarkable at the same time.

But there is this:

Ah, if Timothy Treadwell could see me now? He was the guy befriending the bears in Alaska and filming his exploits. He was devoured by a bear. They shot and killed the bear who was only doing in it's natural habitat what bears do, eat, sleep and mate and raise their young. Poor bear.

There is always a risk in dealing with wild animals but this guy seems to be comfortable as does the bear and remarkably the dog. Thanks for sharing I enjoyed it.

I have a Springer Spaniel and as one guy who had one said "I worked for him for twelve years".
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