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    1. #1
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      Do not walk your dogs on asphalt/concrete in the summer (20k shares) *PIC

      saw this on Facebook, heads up to everyone on Xerq..


      "THIS is why you do not walk your dogs on asphalt or concrete in the summer. If you see someone walking their dogs on asphalt or concrete, PLEASE educated them and get the pet to cooler ground. Do not just hit "like", SHARE this warning too. Original post was from Pet Ambulance Victoria"



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      Wouldn't the dog start crying out or moving away long before that happens? What retard wouldn't realize the dog is being hurt?

    3. #3
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      You got trolled by the oh you mad of Facebook.

    4. #4
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      so basically don't walk your dog at all in the summer.

      better to keep it locked up inside the car

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      the dog would be in so much pain long before getting to that point, it would just lay down and stop walking

      that's a picture from another type of accident

    7. #7
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      lol troll book

    8. #8
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      Did I get trolled along with 20k other people? I'm no expert on dogs, just thought I'd do the right thing and share with you guys.

    9. #9
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      Originally posted by Member
      Did I get trolled along with 20k other people? I'm no expert on dogs, just thought I'd do the right thing and share with you guys.
      pretty sure...dogs can be pretty dumb, but do you think one is just going to walk on hot concrete like that?

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      Originally posted by Member
      the dog would be in so much pain long before getting to that point, it would just lay down and stop walking

      that's a picture from another type of accident
      /thread


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    11. #11
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      wow

    12. #12
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      yep. dog's all gonna be like..

      "nope..better not whine...yes my feet are melting..but I wouldn't want to inconvenience master"

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      the dog would be limping or looking like he was tired of walking before it got to that point.

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      Dogs start dancing around on hot asphalt. This is not something you wouldn't notice.

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      Originally posted by Member
      You got trolled by the oh you mad of Facebook.

    17. #17
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      lol my dog wouldn't put up with it if it was getting hurt like that

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      Originally posted by Member
      Dogs start dancing around on hot asphalt. This is not something you wouldn't notice.

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      lol fake.


      dog would be going crazy before that happened.

    21. #21
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      You can see its fucking toe bones. This is from something far worse than hot asphalt.

    22. #22
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      I don't believe anything I read anymore.

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      Originally posted by Member


      If you see its feet are hurting....carry doggah home

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      Tis why I get up to take my dog out ~0500 at the latest in the AM, ESPECIALLY in the summer.

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