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Red and Rover by Brian Basset for May 06, 2020

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    B UTTONS  6 months ago

    Strong Rover. He can do chin ups.

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    Catfeet Premium Member 6 months ago

    That stick can’t hide from Rover!

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    FrogOnALog Premium Member 6 months ago

    Hang in there Rover!

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    muffi  6 months ago

    Over compensating for the smaller stick, Rover?

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    Zebrastripes  6 months ago

    He wishes it were the limb…

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    jpayne4040  6 months ago

    Way to improvise, Rover!

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    assrdood  6 months ago

    Dogs will substitute any old stick just to keep the game going.

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    mymontana  6 months ago

    Some stick – Rover…you’re the best…love and hugs, dear boys

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    33Angel  6 months ago

    Oooooopsy!

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    WCraft Premium Member 6 months ago

    Bring it back, Boy!

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    Pathfinderman  6 months ago

    If you can’t find the stick, get the tree. Don’t return empty handed.

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    contralto2b  6 months ago

    I could see my old Shepherd trying to do that. She loved playing fetch. RIP Raksha. (She’s been gone 35+ years now)

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    SquawkTron  6 months ago

    He’s really sticking to it.

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    Michael G.  6 months ago

    I love to see ambition in action!

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    sarahbowl1  6 months ago

    Good idea Rover, but I feel it’s doomed for failure, lol!

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    marilynnbyerly  6 months ago

    With lots of large hardwood trees in his yard, my brother was always dragging dead limbs off his lawn into the woods, His golden retriever would drag them back when he wasn’t paying attention. He even tried keeping her inside, but the minute she’d be let out, the limbs would be dragged back if they had his scent. Myra was smart enough to know this was wrong, but she enjoyed pulling his chain.

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    dogday Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’ve introduced our little guy to the joys of burrowing under the throw on my lap to find his toy. He pounces like an arctic fox going under the snow then shovels with his nose until he gets it. Sometimes he stays up to wrestle me for it after he’s got it. I think he just likes the contact; he’s very much a toucher.

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    rentier  6 months ago

    That’s not the right branch!!

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