By Paul Ciampanelli
Mar 19, 2013
Once the photos were taken, 50 volunteer humans were asked to look at them. The 50 people were divided into two groups: those with a lot of experience with dogs and those with little dog experience.
And water is wet!
I Lost my lab mix last may.She was my SweetHeart. But The Infamous Cancer dors not pick and c hoose. See My Avatar Liiks just like her
what a beautiful shepard!!!!! animals are just one more gift from a good God
Hi and THANK YOU for he photos and article. I agree completely with the comments as my wife and I have had doggies (really little furry HUMANS) to us . They are family nand are treated as we would one of our children as they are our kids and partners. Nothing comes between us and our babies they are the greatest. Each has her/his own personality and different little quirks we know. Can not stand to allow any person or persons to hurt or mistreat any animal. Love all God's special little people to large people (elephants - etc).Thank you.Ken Barrett
Cute dog Mine thinks he is a human.
Nate needs professional help . He sounds dangerous and very threatening .
What do you bet "ALL CAPS" Nathan doesn't have a friend in the world. Neither two or four legged.
Nathan you sound like a di** you must be a lonely miserable person. Ranting on a blog in all caps no less. I bet you're the type who honks @ people at a light who hesitate a nanosecond before driving. Get a life.
Bad Guy #7 looks like the face our part-Yellow Lab made when she was being protective of me. She was behind the back yard gate one day when a man came to pick up some equipment my husband had left under the carport. Even tho' the man never touched me, Dotty put on a ferocious show leaping and snarling. The man said, "You mean that's a female? I've never seen a female act that aggressive." I told him, if he'd grabbed or hit me, she probably would have made it over that gate in a flash.
To me the disgust picture is more like "intimidated, submissive, or fearful".