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I wonder about some service dogs. We were having breakfast for dinner at Village Inn recently and saw a Doberman seizure service dog sprawled alongside one of the booths. I guess it can detect an impending seizure, but it can't alert when it has to pee because it peed right there on the carpet.

I would love to own an iguana like Zilla. He is so cute.

geogia little pea

I think Zilla is gorgeous. I wanted a snake for ages but Cushion couldn't be persuaded to have one, the wimp. Those dogs make me feel a bit stupid since I don't know how to drive.

Linda

I keep telling Shannon she needs to train her turkey to walk on a leash and then take him on a walk around the park with her! What a site that would be!

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Bailey

Great stories.

yellowdoggranny

why is it I find these stories about a car driving dog and a man walking an iguana perfectly normal.?

Anne

Great stories. Friends come in all sizes and shapes.

I wonder whether iguanas benefit from exercise.

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