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Is the overgrown puppy scar-wee? 
26th-Feb-2007 10:32 am

The world and its earthly creatures are always fascinating.
David Attenbourgh, National Geographics and Discovery are my gods.
My dad took us fishing (catch and release), birdwatching and puppy-scouting regularly.
Everything was a lesson about appreciation for what we have around us, a beauty to behold.

If you know how to read body language, you can tell if an animal is dangerous or not.
And they don't attack for no reason: they're defending young/territory, they are in pain/fear, etc.

So I never understood how people could scream, jump/run away and fear animals, especially domesticated animals.

Most especially Bandit, who is just a huge overgrown puppy.
Who'd roll over for you to rub his belly than even bark at you.
26th-Feb-2007 04:25 am (UTC)
Is that a husky? OMG. He's such a handsome specimen! If he belongs to you, I'd track you down to your house just to play with him. *squees away*
26th-Feb-2007 05:01 am (UTC)
He's an Alaskan Malamute and unfortunately, isn't mine. :( He belongs to my cousins, but we get to play with him whenever we're visiting.
26th-Feb-2007 06:05 am (UTC)
ah, what a pity! dog-nap him for me, please? i just love dogs so. how old is he?
26th-Feb-2007 06:53 am (UTC)
Can't dog-nap him. He might eat my guinea pig. XD
I believe he's about 6 years old? He behaves like a puppy though and is about the size of a miniature pony.
26th-Feb-2007 06:55 am (UTC)
I use to have dogs that size too :) At least we had 1 last time in the US and we brought her back to Indonesia, my dad mated her with another and they ended up getting 7 puppies and the last i heard, anotehr 7 (I think i mentioned about this on my previous lj O_O but anywho...)
They're huge but I do agree, they're just adorable overgrown puppies who have no harmful bone in their bodies... Thank you for sharing this picture :D So adorable... *dies*
27th-Feb-2007 01:27 am (UTC)
Oh yes, I remember! Your dogs were so cute and white and FLUFFY! They didn't look very big in your photos though.

Yah, I don't understand how people (especially women) can scream and whine and be so distressed by a dog (large or small) who is happily approaching them non-aggressively with a wagging tail.
26th-Feb-2007 09:38 am (UTC)
I have a soft-spot in my heart for big friendly doggies.
27th-Feb-2007 06:17 am (UTC)
They are so cuddly! :3
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