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2008.08.24

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Janice in GA

Oh, that's funny. We love them for their individual quirks*, don't we?

*among other things

Kendra

A while back, I used to take my dogs to the beach. It was there that I saw a Bernese Mountain Dog whose particular trick was to run, full tilt, and, with no apparent reason, throw down her right shoulder and make a great whomping somersault into the sand. She would do this repeatedly and seemed to enjoy it. Her owner had no explanation, other than the dog seemed to have fun doing it. You could almost feel the thud when she hit the sand, but she'd get up and do it all over again. Dogs just wanna have fun!

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