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[WDT] 6/26/20 TAKE YOUR DOG TO WORK [NSFW]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bewildered, Jun 26, 2020.

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  1. bewildered

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    Happy National Take your dog to work day.

    If you work from home, this is your daily reality.

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    Who wouldn't love this face? I'm probably biased, though.

    Of course this exists.

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    So drink a beer with your dog, enjoy your Friday, enjoy the view, and have a happy day y'all.

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  2. Revengeofthenerds

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    shave your arms @bewildered . I know we're on quarantine, but sheesh
     
  3. Popped Cherries

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    My two fluffers.
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    He's a Cairn/Scottish Terrier mix and she is a Airedale Terrier / Wolfhound mix.
    They've been doing an exceptional job chilling at home with me while I work outside on house projects.
     
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    We had to put our pup to sleep on Tuesday. She was 7 with inoperable hemangiosarcoma. I highly recommend in home euthanasia, it was awful for us but very peaceful for her.

    Best WFH buddy ever.
     

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    Sorry to hear that.

    I also highly recommend home euthanasia. Why have the last moments of their life being scared at a vets office?
     
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    We had our girl euthanized in January but she knew when she went to the vet she’d get lots of treats. And she sure did, a whole bag of Beggin Strips from the vet which she chowed down on until she closed her eyes.

    That’s such a rough fucking thing to go through, we’re still not remotely ready to think about another one.
     
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    I get that, but our dog is weird, she loves going to the vets office. There are so many different smells for her to smell and they are always different. She actually gets excited to go, when we drive by it.

    Sorry to hear that. Our Dog is a husky/lab and is around 12, and she is in great shape, but huskies don't live that long, lets just hope she has more of the lab in the longevity department.
     
  8. dixiebandit69

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    YOWZA. I wonder if that ass is real.

    I forgot to update the pet thread when I got a new dog to replace my pitbull Dixie last year (although there's really no replacing her).
    I adopted a pit/boxer mix that I named Susie a few days later. I needed someone to keep my other dog, Spike, company.
    He was heartbroken after Dixie died, and refused to eat for days.
    It took Susie and a Spike a little time to warm up to each other, but they're good now.
     
  9. Revengeofthenerds

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    Remember everyone's favorite mask-less Karen who complained she was told to wear one at starbucks?

    Here's her -- for some reason still public -- facebook for your enjoyment. After digging herself into a hole by posting the picture of the poor barista who asked her to wear a mask, she then tried to sue for part his tens of thousands of dollars in a GoFundMe account that was setup for him because people are awesome. Then she decided to, again on her public facebook, post about how in her twisted logic BLM = Democratic Party = KKK so therefore BLM = KKK. And it was this action that got her fired from her job as yoga instructor. Because of course her name is Amber, and of course she is (was) a yoga instructor.

    I cannot believe people like this actually exist and I'm so glad the media is running with the story right now. Drink, read, enjoy.
     
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    This is Daisy. She love's going to work with daddy.

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    This was my dog too. I put her down in December. Her last trip, even though she had gone downhill so much she could barely move around the house, she was excited and pulling like she was a pup again sniffing the other dogs. Ive just barely started to look recently but all the pounds are closed and are appointment only?
     
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    Pela, a Newfoundland/St Benard mix, doing what she does best:
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    Almost ran my riding lawn mower through a black widow spider. I swear Texas is like the Australia of the US. Wife heard me yell and brought out the snake gun, which was a very satisfying way to kill it. Knowing how hospitals are right now I’m glad I didn’t get bit by it
     
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    One of my dogs sitting on my son’s chair in my office. She’s my work from home buddy.

    Also, yes she is full grown. She’s 4 lbs and 11 years old. Her sister is her litter mate, one pound heavier, and our larger dog is a few years younger. Black mouth cur:
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    Sheesh, 'Nerds, don't be such a baby. It's just a spider, and you were on a riding lawnmower, for crissakes.

    Disclaimer: I love spiders and snakes of all types.
    I remember one day at work, a guy brought it a shredded up trailer tire that had been sitting in his garage for years.
    When we took it off the rim, we saw that there was a big Black Widow in it.

    I didn't want it to get killed, so I put it in a Snapple bottle so I could release it elsewhere later.

    I forgot about it in my car for a few days, and it started making a web inside; I knew it was time to release it.

    One drizzly lunch hour, I drove to a bridge over an irrigation canal to relocate it.

    I unscrewed the cap, and when I took it off, the web AND THE SPIDER were attached to it; the weight of the spider acted like a pendulum, and it swung over and stuck to my hand.
    Freaked out, I dropped the bottle cap, and it fell into the water, taking the spider with it.

    So much for saving the black widow.
     
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    We want to play with you, Danny. Forever. And ever. And ever....
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    As you can see Lola is much bigger than Hank, evidence of his years of malnourishment before we adopted him. It’s merely a coincidence they look alike, he is from Quebec and we bought Lola here.
     
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    I'm guessing it sounded pretty much like this?
     
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    pretty much. I yelled "fuck what the fucking shit!!!" at the top of my lungs while throwing the mower into reverse and text her "snake gun NOW." It was dead within 30 seconds.

    I could have killed it with a rake or something that was closer, but the only thing better than a dead poisonous spider is an extra dead poisonous spider.
     
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    see at least I killed it quickly and efficiently. You fucking tortured it you animal you
     
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