It's really hard to watch just , so here are lots of dogs on lots of slides!
Some of them are really brave, some are persistent, but all dogs on The Slides are cute and funny. Watch them and enjoy :)
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This slide shows an example of timing in an estrous cycle of a dog. If we take a look at the averages we can see how it works out that a bitch will cycle approximately every seven months. But remember, this is just an average and there are tremendous variations among our dogs.Some of them are really brave, some are persistent, but all dogs on The Slides are cute and funny. Watch them and enjoy :)
Rate,share and don't forget to subscribeTruckee the avalanche dog had a huge week with a video of him doing his trademark belly slide going full viral on facebook with 1.9M views, its no big surprise the marketing department over at Heavenly decided to capitalize on his internet stardom with a little profile video and good for them, we could all use a bit of dogs like Truckee in our lives. Enjoy.Watch as this adorable Black Labrador dog named Rafi body slides down in lake tahoe. Looks like the little guy knows how to have some fun!
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“Many types of injury can occur when dogs slip and slide on floors,” says Lorraine Walston of . “They can range from small bruises to more serious issues that might require surgery to repair or stabilize. More frequent injuries range from pulled or torn muscles and ligaments (like an ACL), to bone and hip injuries, to an aggravation of swollen, arthritic joints or damaged tissues and nerves.”