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I don't blame the dog

With the lights and siren sounds, the car seemed like a threat to him.

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I think if the cops

had completely stopped the car the dog would have quit, looked like he was having fun with it! LOL

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LOL? think it's funny?

No mention of paying for the bumper, loss of the use of a police vehicle while being repaired.....

I hope while the owners are trying to make sense...they paid for the bumprer and a rent-a-cop car.

or maybe they just increase taxes to pay for the dog destroying public property.

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I bet that two weeks in stir....

really made him think about changing his ways. Like the dog has a clue what he's being "punished" for. Maybe he found the Lord in there.


I'm glad they didn't shoot him.

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Maybe he found the Lord in there.

Next the dog will be sitting next to someone in church.

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Well, if that dog was sitting in a church pew,

I wouldn't want to bet he'd pass the collection basket on to to his neighbor.

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How does one play Tug O War with a dog?

You pull the rope to you, and then you pay it out.

The cop was doing the same thing with his car.

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