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Brian Frum

I think adopting a real shelter dog would be a better idea!


It looks more like a grasshopper than a dog bit i guess grasshoppers dont work.


It's cool but kind of creepy. Haha!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

It doesn't look nice to snuggle with

Linda Brown

What a creepy robot dog.

The Oceanside Animals

Lulu: "Uhh, should I be worried about my position being eliminated?"
Chaplin: "Yep."
Charlee (smacks Chaplin): "Nope."

Tails Around the Ranch

I understand why someone might want this kind of 'pet' but between you and me, I prefer the real thing. Plus I love the fur.

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