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By nattnatt73 / Saturday 10 September 2016 07:07 / United States - Marion
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By  DeliMeat08  |  14

I don't think dogs can feel disappointment. They are empathetic, so maybe it just sensed you felt disappointed in yourself, and because it's a bundle of love and compassion, didn't wanna bother you anymore.

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By  DeliMeat08  |  14

I don't think dogs can feel disappointment. They are empathetic, so maybe it just sensed you felt disappointed in yourself, and because it's a bundle of love and compassion, didn't wanna bother you anymore.

By  Tripartita  |  43

I normally don't like bringing this up as it's personal in nature, but my father used to be bad at playing fetch. He was treated for years, and some of my earliest memories of him involve the intravenous drugs they administered as part of his regimen. I remember him sitting in the corner, tubes coming out of both arms, throwing a squeaky toy for the dog to catch. The treatments were unsuccessful, and he's no longer with us. There's still time for you to seek help, OP. Please do.

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