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Home - by - February 10, 2013 - 11:43 America/New_York - 15 Comments

I appreciate the pure joy of having fun.

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  1. Kenny Sullivan

    February 10th, 2013

    There is no way I’d be bare foot around a Great Dane! My neighbor has one and it hurts through my boots when he steps on my feet!

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  2. Doc

    February 10th, 2013

    My Dalmatian has to hunt the “Red Bug” at least once a day, she’s an addict. If you just say the words red bug and don’t produce it she will start to play on her own on autopilot.

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  3. Racist

    February 10th, 2013

    Sorry about this Claudia. I know this was supposed to be a “for fun” thread…
    But this is fun too…

    Hey! That dog mus be a muslim. He (probably) smells like an animal. He’s running around chasing an image that doesn’t exist, surrounded by technology and advanced innovations that he doesn’t understand the significance of or even that they exist. Plus he keeps stooping and lifting his ass into the air!!!! Oooowlahooo Ackbark!!!

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  4. Bayouwulf

    February 10th, 2013

    That was a small room for such a large critter. I would be afraid of significant damage to walls, furniture, etc.

    Much fun to watch!

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  5. KF

    February 10th, 2013

    @Menderman, I know exactly what you mean. My neighbors from where I grew up had BIG DOGS, great Danes, mastiffs and St. Bernards. One of the St. Bernards would sit on your foot to keep you from leaving when she was playing fetch. It was painful! That dog was about 160 pounds. The great Dane would pull 2-3 kids on roller skates up and down the street. The mastiff would plow kids off his sofa when he came into the house. Good memories

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  6. Unruly Refugee

    February 10th, 2013

    I run my dog with one on the snow in the winter. From my porch :-)

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  7. Brian in BC

    February 10th, 2013

    I love Great Danes, such awesome dogs, but I couldn’t imagine having a pet with such a horribly short life expectancy, it would be soul crushing to have them for such little time.

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  8. Stranded in Sonoma

    February 10th, 2013

    My Chocolate Lab Duke does this with just about any light. Flashlights make him go crazy. So do reflections through my glasses.

    Personally, I love making my cats go crazy with laser pointers. I had shone one on the wood floor and my cat went after it with a vengeance. Remember the old Tom and Jerry cartoons? Tom would run after Jerry and he would try to turn but his legs kept running even though he wasn’t going anywhere. That’s exactly what my cat Raider did! I laughed for hours thinking of that.

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  9. Aunt Liz

    February 10th, 2013

    @Brian in BC – I had a Great Dane awhile back. He lived up to his breed name and truly was a GREAT dog. I love the breed – but the lifespan is the one drawback that keeps me from getting another one. My Duke lived to the ripe old age of 10 – but that was still way too short.

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  10. Billy Fuster

    February 10th, 2013

    Don’t let PETA see this.

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  11. Lowell

    February 10th, 2013

    What a beautiful dog!

    Thanks!

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  12. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    February 10th, 2013

    LOLOL!!! I love the way he leans on the couch.

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  13. Anonymous

    February 10th, 2013

    Brian in BC, Danes are brilliant dogs. They go crazy if they are not challenged mentally often. If you keep their brains active they live much longer.

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  14. LadyGun12

    February 10th, 2013

    @KF, I have a 150-lb. St. Bernard whose toenails seem to seek out my bare feet!

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  15. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    February 11th, 2013

    Need to try one of those with Boobie once her knee heals (sprain from cat-chasing).

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