Not just your average Dancing Dog!

Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by Sweet72947, May 16, 2012.

  1. Sweet72947

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    Too cute! But man! Don't you worry about his back legs and hips breaking down? That's a lot of weight at a weird angle and for such a long time. He looks happy though.
     
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    The dog looks happy and it's really cute, but my freestyle instructor (yes, we took freestyle classes; my dog has focus issues and I thought they would be good practice) said that she thinks the dog could get back/hip problems from that.
    Not sure it's true, just something I thought I'd mention.
     
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    ihartgonzo and Fozzie B!

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    I LOVE that dog... she's amazing. I knew what dog you were posting before I saw it :)

    Didn't Airbud, also a Golden, get one of his hind legs removed because he spent so much time on his hind legs for the movies and one was damaged?
     

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