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By Pisser - / Thursday 26 June 2014 04:57 / United States - Portland
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  NeatNit  |  35

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  Random_Name_12  |  35

Yes, it was pathetic, funny, sad. She is a pug/cavalier mix. So cute, and submissive. So she ran around a little afterwards, but then it was like she was running from herself - she kept sniffing her belly and running away. After a minute or two, she ran up to me jumping on me whining! It was so sad and funny. I felt really bad but couldn't stop laughing. Needless to say she was bathed right upon returning home. But she hid under the covers all night - too embarrassed to come out. Sigh. OH! And the other dog was like a squatty white lab. Maybe a Lab/corgi mix. We'll see if my pup greets another big dog like that again.

By  gypgyp55  |  29

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By  Kalipczo  |  36

leash that little guy if you don't want him running up to dogs :P at least until you've trained him. and hey look at it this way, at least the big dog wasn't aggressive. that wouldn't have been good, he probably had the potential to seriously hurt your pup

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  Brandi_Faith  |  36

6, I imagine the puppy was leashed and that OP just meant he ran up to the dog to greet him while being on a leash. I don't know many people that wouldn't leash a puppy, they're so crazy and hyper you can't just let them roam free. But if the dog was off leash than I completely agree with your comment #6.

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  Schizomaniac  |  39

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