Watch: Bulldog is excited about treat, so he's gotta dance


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/01/08/bulldog-is-very-excited.html


#2

Who needs a silk purse when you have a sow’s ear!


#3

Poor guy’s ears are clipped though.
Poor little guy.

He’ll be a poor little big, big guy soon enough, but still, he’ll have clipped ears.
He’s got his business too.


#4

Little guy wants to play.


#5

That’s just adorable, even if it’s not a cat!


#6

Oh great and wonderful treat
Although I am not worthy to eat you
Look upon my dance
And proclaim that I am
A Good Boy


#7

** Not a Bulldog as the subject heading states** That is a Pitbull. See the hashtags for proof


#8

He is, I believe this…

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…an American Bulldog.

That’s two or three American Staffordshire Terriers right there.
Pittbull is a term without actual meaning.


#9

I’m thinking American Bully


#10

When I give my cat a treat, she deigns to put away her switchblade.


#11

Oh man, I needed to see a happy creature tonight. Thank you.


#12

Wait, you mean there was a video buried somewhere among all that Instagram hashtag spam? :thinking:


#13

Are we not going to talk about the bong on the table?


#14

I can’t remember when somebody gave me something that caused such joy. If I knew this silly pup personally I’d love to buy him a bag full of pigs ears.


#15

You uh, you…just did.


#16

It has actual meaning. It’s just not a breed. It’s a group of breeds, or a type. And it’s casually used to describe mixed breed dogs within the type.

Like how farm collie isn’t a defined, or specific breed. But collie is a type, and farm collie is the term for mixed breed dogs within that type. Bred for farm work.


#17

Farm working dogs aren’t pedigree show dogs but they’re also not mixed breed. That would imply parentage of several pedigree breeds. Which would not produce a good working dog. The difference is that they’re bred for working ability rather than looks and that their gene pool isn’t stupidly restricted by a pedigree standard. #nitpicking #sorryitsmyphdtopic


#18

I don’t think it belongs to the dog, so I think it’s okay.


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