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Name that Toon: A Dog's Life
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PanamaVet
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PanamaVet,
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1/21/2019 | 8:29:13 AM
The Graduate
His favorite blog is Dog In The Middle attacks at DarkReading.com
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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1/21/2019 | 12:53:47 AM
Paw-ke Man Go!
"Now, we come here to play Paw-ke Man Go!"
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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1/20/2019 | 12:45:15 PM
"OK, Google... Squirrels!"
"After I repeatedly told her, 'No!' -  I gave up and taught her how to say, "OK Google... Squirrels!"
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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1/20/2019 | 12:37:32 PM
Give a Dog a Phone
"Give a dog a bone...?!" At OUR house, it's, "Give a dog a PHONE...!"
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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1/20/2019 | 12:36:24 PM
Puppy Post
"Our 'Less Screen Time' Family Policy is being whole-heartedly and doggedly dismissed...!"
uversaprod9
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uversaprod9,
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1/20/2019 | 12:35:01 PM
Dog Screen
"Sit," "Stay" and "Heel" is now "No Texting" - "No Posting" and  "Put the damn phone down!"
Joe Stanganelli
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1/19/2019 | 8:20:35 PM
js08
"He just showed up at my doorstep one day without a geotag."
Joe Stanganelli
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1/18/2019 | 3:49:17 AM
js07
"I don't mind him using my phone. I mind that he's able to unlock it with FaceID."
clyles
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clyles,
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1/17/2019 | 2:09:12 PM
A dog's Life
If we had kniown they would grow up ignoring us like this, we could have had children.
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cdunn355,
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1/17/2019 | 12:12:02 PM
I remember when...
I remember when we were trying to teach him to speak. Now, thanks to Star Trek, we have the universal translator!
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