Clever dog plays fetch with himself

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+64 1. MajorIdea commented 9 years ago

Kudos for being clever and all, But WILL SOMEONE PLAY WITH THAT POOR DOG ALREADY!
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+19 2. minkki commented 9 years ago

I just want to give it a pat to the head everytime he brings it back.. its like hes waiting for it..
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+9 3. Dexter89 commented 9 years ago

Forever Alone?
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+8 4. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

I play with myselve too sometimes.
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-4 5. Gattaiolato commented 9 years ago

He is playng a trick for his owner. I think that for a dog play by himself is a senseless action, or a signal of mental suffering.
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+5 6. Premtm commented 9 years ago

Self entertaining dog :)
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+1 7. Ganjabus commented 9 years ago

0:14 It's just evolution!
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+2 8. PortugaL26 commented 9 years ago

Adorable pup O:)
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+2 9. setti commented 9 years ago

Lovely i need a dog like that .
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+4 10. Teenies commented 9 years ago

Ah clever dog. <3

@5 dogs entertain themselves all the time, it isn't a sign of mental suffering, just a sign of an intelligent, independent dog who can make his own fun whilst his owner is preoccupied.