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    Worried about printing


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    "Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
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    That is great, I need one for the office
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    Good dog. I like how the guy helped the dog get over the counter to finish chewing on some scumbag rear end.
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    That is a good and real dog.

    More people need a dog like that, one who can reliably sense and knows when it's time to get busy.
    If the girl in that other thread who hid in a gazebo while mom came running per a cell phone call had had a dog like this the she'd have had no issue what so ever.

    Having a dog that won't fight and bite to defend it's master is like keeping aboard a boat emergency life vests that don't and won't float.
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    Good Dog. I hope that guy got his chewed off.
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    Awesome! Not quite what the BG had in mind!
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    Ohhhhhhhhhh that was goode

    Best video of the week.

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    That was GREAT!

    Doggy needs a treat......

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    GOOD DOG!!

    One of the MANY reasons why I will never have another breed of dog besides the GSD.

    Great video of a great dog.
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    Now, that's a well trained dog. Almost as good as the trunk monkey.
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    That was great...but it's a setup/fake.

    The guy pushes his gun across the counter at waist level, bends his elbow to offer it to the dog. The bending of his elbow points the gun directly at the wall, there is no effort to point the gun at the guy behind the counter. The dog then proceeds to bite the guys black sweater in the exact spot where a hole is ripped out of it(this has been done before). You can see the outline of the protective padding under the shirt as the dog gets the arm also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngda9 View Post
    That was great...but it's a setup/fake.

    The guy pushes his gun across the counter at waist level, bends his elbow to offer it to the dog. The bending of his elbow points the gun directly at the wall. The dog then proceeds to bite the guys black sweater in the exact spot where a hole is ripped out of it(this has been done before). You can see the outline of the protective padding under the shirt as the dog gets the arm also.
    After looking for it you're right the shirt was already ripped when i initially saw the video it looked like the dogs lunge pushed the guys gun hand away,but I wouldn't wanta stick a gun across that counter that dog is kinda protective
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    Great video - wonder how he re-holsters the dog though!
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    That dog eats Kibble +p+
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    It looks staged.
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