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videohall:

I don’t know whether to be impressed or a bit weirded out…

> The walk to the camera is the creepiest thing I’ve seen in a long time.

holy crap HOW

WHAT

I want him at my birthday party

no seriously does this man do birthday parties

I want him at all my birthday parties

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leilockheart:

from www.seventeenthandriving.com

dogjournal:

COMMUNITY RAISES MONEY TO HELP DOG WALK AGAIN “I’m a better man because of him…He’s the most loyal friend I have. He’s made me more caring, more loving and more respectful.”

A man in Billings, Montana, has been pulling his dog around in a wagon to help raise money for surgery on the dog’s anterior cruciate ligament.  Red, a 5-year-old Heeler, is unable to walk but he is expected to recover fully with a second surgery. However, the high cost of the surgery has been a little too much for the owner so the Billings community came to the rescue.  Here’s more from the Billings Gazette:

Mike Mallory walked along the sidewalks surrounding South Park on Wednesday morning, pulling his dog Red in a bright yellow wagon behind him while going through his morning routine of picking up trash and debris — not for a job, but because of the kindness people have shown him over the last few months.

“It’s just one of my ways of paying it forward,” he said. “I can’t pay it back financially, so I do it this way.”

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Last year, he learned that the pooch needed the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left hind leg replaced, but Mallory — who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a car crash in 2001 and lives mostly on limited disability benefits — couldn’t afford the surgery…Walking for Red is the name of a campaign he created to cover the surgery costs and raise awareness of pet emergencies.

Red’s first surgery was successful, and he had another one last week. Hopefully Red will recover soon and start walking on his own.  It’s great to see a community come together to help a man and his dog.  Click here for the full story, and here for Red’s Facebook page.

Love This!!

I dont have kids nor do I want any.This whole crying because they are graduating and all grown up…ugh! Thats what they do!! They leave the nest.18…get out get a job get a life! Am I wrong?!