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I couldn't watch it.
It just kept repeating an infomercial over and over and over again.
I am sorry about that!
Here it is!
Dog Dancing Up a Storm in the Kitchen Is the True Party Animal of the Season
I would go to a dinner dance with him anytime!
Some dogs live with pain as a result of their breeding. So why, knowing this, do we buy them anyway?Read more from ABC News
Dogs versus Cats?
Sweet dogs terrified of walking past cats: a dramatic compilation. Source: HuffPost Comedy
We inherited our english bulldog from another family member, and agree completely with the article you posted. Poor baby can't be outside for more than 15 min. if temp is more than 75 deg. F, or less than 60 deg. F. That means no playing in dog parks (which might be a good thing), no decent walks. He is out of breath after 5 min. of a good chase game around the house, or when he goes up the stairs. He can't run up the stairs like a regular dog, he hops, front legs together first, then both back legs, like a rabbit. He snores all night long, to the extent of, if he's not snoring, I wake up and check him to make sure he's breathing. He suffers constantly from ear infections. His face, ears and the pocket under his tail must be cleaned several times a day. Good thing we love him...
Well this was fun...I just spent the better part of the last hour trying to heimlich maneuver the little bastard. He ate two HUGE holes in blanket and is still in the process of gagging and trying to throw up the pieces.