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December 26, 2008


A shoplifting dog.

Key Quote: "I looked at him. I said, ‘Drop it!'" Adamson said. "I decided I wanted to keep all my fingers, so I didn't try to take it from him. He looked at me, and I looked at him, and he ran for the door and away he went, right out the front door."

(Thanks to The Perts)


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Takin' lessons from the squirrels and the seagulls, eh?

Аааа! В рот мне ноги!

I would have gone for the porterhouse, but that's just me.

A cat would've taken hostages...

times are indeed tough if German Shepards have taken to stealing to feed themselves.

soon we'll see the smaller breeds hanging out in groups panhandling.

"Sir? Sir? i need to catch a bus, can yyou spare a milk bone?"

after a 2nd look at the video the "culprit" appears to be a Malamute. an equally intelligent and resourcefull breed. tough times indeed.

My dad had a Newfoundland that he trained to go down to the corner market and take a can of Alpo off the shelf. The clerk would put it on my dad's tab.

I taught my Labrador to go down the street to the back door of a burger joint, where the cook would make her a 'doggie burger.' I always gave my dog a dollar to give to the cook. She carried it in her mouth all the way there.

This old store,
Has a door
Opens on its own, therefore

Any canine can just
get himself a bone

Dash back out
and trot back home!

I once had a really dumb dog who's only trick was to bring me his empty food and water dishes. I never could teach him to sit, stay, come here, or shoplift for bones.

"No! Bad Dog! Liquor store - I said Liquor Store!

Really Annie? That's incredible.

This is my favorite "animal crime" video: the chip-snatching seagull. I also like the one of the candy bar squirrel bandit. I saw it on AFHV years ago. Quality's not the greatest, but you get the idea.

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