This is an animal vanity trend that can hurt dogs worse than dangerous dyes for "Panda" dogs. Especially with breeds who have long backs this is
begging for vertebral damage. Let's keep it limited to dogs like Faith(recently passed away), who had no front legs but had to utilize their back
legs to walk.
edit on 15-5-2015 by dreamingawake because: (no reason given)
owners that do stupid things like that to pets need a hard kick in the glands!
unbelievably stupid vain and pathetic make my blood boil
morons should be banned from owning pets ever
and take a mental health screening to be allowed to breed too ugh.
Perhaps if you had a dog this flexible? Sometimes he actually crosses the back legs and he can travel long distances by crawling when I've told him
to lay down and stay ... anyhow I'm kidding... long term it would do damage.
i wonder if breeders could born out a new species with the ability to remain on two legs, this or any current species will surely get hip damage etc,
but after some generations it might adapt to it, imagine, a future with an entire (and presumably popular) species of dog that is always bipedal.
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