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iamdee1

Dog Rescues Dog

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This story is an example of why I prefer animals over some people.

I'm not sure if the dog made it or not. One video said it did and a second said it didn't.

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i'm pretty sure when he says the dog just misses getting hit it actually does get hit, looks like a hit to me, very sad yet sweet at the same time pity the 1st dog died though =(

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Dogs are definitely more humane than some of us sometimes and brave as the video clearly shows.

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I have heard people refer to animals as stupid but this video clearly shows that they are not stupid and do have compassion.

It is a very sad video but I'm hoping by showing it, that some people will start to realize that they are not as stupid as many believe and that they do have feelings too.

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Reason 1,000,000 why I love dogs.

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Reason 1,000,000 why I love dogs.

I couldn't agree more. :yes:

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Maybe hes like a super-hero and they can't find him because that's his disguise.

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I agree with you guys, I love my dogs too. :wub:

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That's so precious :cry:

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