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How a real furry would look walking upright, also like the housepets do.

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except they would have arms....

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i have seen that dog so many times.
that is a very interesting thing to think that thats what furry's would look like.

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Jack wrote:
i have seen that dog so many times.
that is a very interesting thing to think that thats what furry's would look like.


Yes it is, also useful when designing fursuit with digitigrade leg structure.

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except they would have arms....

yes true, but if she had forelegs, she wouldn't have learned to walk as a full time bi-ped.

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How a real furry would look walking upright, also like the housepets do.

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Poor dog...

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This is probably the closest thing possible....I want to hug him!

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This is probably the closest thing possible....I want to hug him!


really? i want to put her on my head. :T
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loudhawaiianshirt wrote:
except they would have arms....

yes true, but if she had forelegs, she wouldn't have learned to walk as a full time bi-ped.

is this advocating dog foreleg amputation?

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Ebly wrote:
Keeshah wrote:
loudhawaiianshirt wrote:
except they would have arms....

yes true, but if she had forelegs, she wouldn't have learned to walk as a full time bi-ped.

is this advocating dog foreleg amputation?



No not at all..
but it does movtivate them to learn to walk upright really good.

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Poor dog....

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Poor dog....

he seems prity happy to me.
if you never had it, you can't miss it.

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RaptorAnton wrote:
Poor dog...

Alex wrote:
Poor dog....

We think the same...

Kyderra wrote:
he seems prity happy to me.
if you never had it, you can't miss it.

But if he had it - he would be much happpier, wouldn't he?
I'm pretty sure, that if the one had opportunity to choose between being legs-less hero and being just a usual unknown healty person - he would choose the latter. (I fell like I made couple of great grammar mistakes, but I hope that you can understand what am I trying to say.)

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RaptorAnton wrote:
RaptorAnton wrote:
Poor dog...

Alex wrote:
Poor dog....

We think the same...

Kyderra wrote:
he seems prity happy to me.
if you never had it, you can't miss it.

But if he had it - he would be much happpier, wouldn't he?
I'm pretty sure, that if the one had opportunity to choose between being legs-less hero and being just a usual unknown healty person - he would choose the latter. (I fell like I made couple of great grammar mistakes, but I hope that you can understand what am I trying to say.)


we will never know, but seeing as he is the most famous dog in the world..... next to lassy, i would have to disagree with you.

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Kyderra wrote:
RaptorAnton wrote:
RaptorAnton wrote:
Poor dog...

Alex wrote:
Poor dog....

We think the same...

Kyderra wrote:
he seems prity happy to me.
if you never had it, you can't miss it.

But if he had it - he would be much happpier, wouldn't he?
I'm pretty sure, that if the one had opportunity to choose between being legs-less hero and being just a usual unknown healty person - he would choose the latter. (I fell like I made couple of great grammar mistakes, but I hope that you can understand what am I trying to say.)


we will never know, but seeing as he is the most famous dog in the world..... next to lassy, i would have to disagree with you.


It's rather easy to speak about someone else, but try to use your words for yourself. Would you prefer to loose your hands and become a hero, or you would better keep your hands where they are and stay just a common person?
Pesonaly I choose the latter...
I understand, that this dog had no choise, but we are now speaking about "what if there was an opportunity to choose?".

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I think it's pretty cool how he learned to do that. Kinda teaches us not to give up on 'em.

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besides the fact he only has 2 legs thats

FURICKEN AWESUM :3

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Mewball wrote:
besides the fact he only has 2 legs thats

FURICKEN AWESUM :3

You did NOT just make a pun. :shock:

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Teh Brawler wrote:
Mewball wrote:
besides the fact he only has 2 legs thats

FURICKEN AWESUM :3

You did NOT just make a pun. :shock:


oh he so did! at least he didn't say:

"FURICKEN PAWESOME!"

(im happy with myself now)

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I've just had a terrible thought.
This dog looks like tyrannosaurus...
I'm so ashamed. :oops:
Poor dog...

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Jack wrote:
Teh Brawler wrote:
Mewball wrote:
besides the fact he only has 2 legs thats

FURICKEN AWESUM :3

You did NOT just make a pun. :shock:


oh he so did! at least he didn't say:

"FURICKEN PAWESOME!"

(im happy with myself now)


... this is why i go to Encyclopedia Dramatica Forums more often.

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RaptorAnton wrote:
I've just had a terrible thought.
This dog looks like tyrannosaurus...
I'm so ashamed. :oops:
Poor dog...


Yes, I say he kind of does...but we love him anyway despite his problems.

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...I hope you're all aware that Faith was born with her legs missing and they weren't actually amputated.


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awww...poor doggy.

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Whoa, i want that dog to visit my classroom.

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