WARNING! Take a picture of a dog. AT YOUR OWN RISK!

by illimitableoceanofinexplicability

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You don’t have to take a picture of a dog, of course, if you don’t want to, but it’s easy to do. If you don’t have a dog just go around your neighborhood looking, there’s bound to be one somewhere. Most places have dogs. Sometimes you’ll see them running loose with no person around at all, I suggest not approaching those dogs unless you have experience fighting off animal attacks. As you can see in the above DoggyDyptich© I have taken a picture of a dog that is obviously well secured, but, at the same time maintained a safe distance between myself and the creature “red in tooth and claw”. Many would (partly because of Hollywood’s irresponsible habit of humanizing animals), make the mistake of reading the dogs expression and body language as indicating a benign nature, and then, before they knew what hit them, they’d lose a hand or have to have facial reconstruction surgery. So be careful, and grab your camera and go take some dog pictures!

The President and Founder

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*This is the same post as the last two, but I put the warning on it thinking more people might look at it because they’d think that it might be about horrible dog attacks, and people (for some reason) (I don’t understand) like that sort of thing.

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