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A dog injures its owner while he limps in a video on Facebook: `` I love him ''

A dog injures its owner while he limps in a video on Facebook: “ I love him ”

It was totally limp.

that A sympathetic British dog Hearts melt online after imitating the lameness of its afflicted owner in a clear display of solidarity

Russell Jones wrote: “It’s okay, just sympathy.” Along with a video on Facebook From the intimate offer, which currently has 27,000 shares.

In fact, the 12-second clip shows a London resident walking on crutches with his leg bandaged. His dog, Bill He jumps beside him with his paw raised.

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Initially thinking something was perverted, Jones wrote that he had spent more than $ 400 on “vet fees and x-rays”, only to discover that his pet was reeling in comfort. Needless to say, soulful mummering has sparked a flood of support on Facebook.

“Oh no way! That’s the most beautiful thing ever,” one of the commenters stunned The Bell Show.

“I’ve watched this many times! Bless it,” another poured in.

Needless to say, soulful mummering has sparked a flood of support on Facebook.

Needless to say, soulful mummering has sparked a flood of support on Facebook.
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However, others felt that Jones was unfairly anthropomorphized a pet with visible injuries.

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“[You] You must change your vet! A skeptic of Bell’s gait said. “Something is clearly wrong.”

Motion picture animal behavior scientist Rosie Biscope voiced her opinion.

“I’d suggest the landlord seek a second opinion from another vet.” She told the Daily Mail, “And there are a lot of things that don’t appear on an X-ray that can cause this, even if it’s as small as a thorn in the foot.”

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So do not crowd dogs with children They shave their heads To support a friend with cancer so far. This is not the first time that canines have shown a tendency to impersonate. It was coyotes Known to pretend to be infected To provoke guilt for tourists for giving them food while, in a more merry incident, his Corgi dog “ashamed” “The army crawled” behind him On the ground. Although some suspect he may have been rubbing his own private parts on the carpet.

This story was originally published by The New York Post.