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In human culture, the word #bitch is used to mean two diametrically opposed things. 1. a cool, in control #badass chick or 2. a dumb, embarrassing, white-trash-acting stupid person, most commonly in reference to the female gender. However, it should be noted that males of the species use this derogatory term on other males as well. When they do, it’s with even more degrading intent...

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To Fetch or Not to Fetch? That is the question. Home / Philosophy

For as long as I can remember I realized I never enjoyed playing #fetch as much as other dogs. And society made me feel like that was a problem. I never shared that natural behavior with other dogs and until now I’ve felt ashamed to admit it. My History with Playing Fetch It’s not like I didn’t try the play fetch with my humans. I...

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Humans not Owners Home / Philosophy

The phrase Humans Not Owners sums up the purpose of this blog is to have a sharing of knowledge among the canine community, transforming and empowering us dogs into the sentient beings we were always meant to be. This begs the question: Can we finally be free? Is this our time? Is it time for a doggie civil rights movement? I say that time has...

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Getting the Most out of your Dog Life Home / Philosophy

Hello and welcome to #Dog on Blog, where we want to help you get the most out of your #dog life. Where dogs are more than just man’s best friend. It’s a place where all animals can communicate and come together to see the world in a new way. The ”raison d’etre” of this blog can be summed up in the question: How can dogs help...

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