Sex & God & Rock & Roll
I was surprised by a news story recently, reporting that many of the dogs get to retire into civilian life. The featured family had adopted a "bomb sniffer," and commented that the biggest challenge in adjustment had been getting used to the investigation of back-packs, luggage and parcels.
Oh Pack Leader, what silliness have you leapt us into this time?But as you can see from my wagging tail, as long as we're together...[wv, "retromas": Tridentine?]
Just read the story: "Cara" (good girl!) and her human Seal ;-/ there set a record for human-canine jump. Over 30,000 feet! :-0
Military dogs were also known in the Roman Empire, only they were more like those huuuuuuuuuuge, beefy, ginormous English mastiffs which are about the size of a Welsh pony. I want one. Joe wants a chihuahua. :/
No you don't, Tracie. They live for about five years and then drop dead. God didn't create dogs to be that big.