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A pet Corgi stole his toy back from a baby, to the owner of the dog and the baby to play with.
He needs to learn how to play well with others.
When the father saw that his daughter had found a dog toy, so he decided to let her play. Unfortunately, the beloved pet was not in the mood to share.
As well as, a 7-year-old corgi, apparently, does not like to share.
Thomas Weber has played catch with his dog, Ellie, when he saw his daughter for the achievement of the legs of the dog, and are Suitable for reporting. Weber decided to add the 7-month-old Aria have a chance to check out the toys for the children.
It is apparent, however, that in Fact it is very, very possessive of her toys, and has been given the ability to steal it back to Aria, who seems to have put the dog bone in her mouth. But luckily for the pooch, the Aria does not seem to put up much of a fight, and let the pooch with her toy in back.
This is not only a dog, prisoner of the toys to the children.
ZEUS, A DOG WAS STOLEN OUT OF MONTANA, AND FOUND IT TO BE OF WEST VIRGINIA, TO TRAVEL 2,000 MILES HOME, WITH THE HELP OF VOLUNTEERS
A police department in Massachusetts found that several of the items are missing from the collection that they have collected for the toy drive for local children. When she looked into the disappearances, they were shocked to learn that one of their own was in charge.
The Franklin Police checked the surveillance footage only to find out that Ben, one of the department’s programs, golden retrievers, and was taking the toy out of the box, and The New York Post reports. The pictures don’t show it, but where was he to take from them.
This requires officers to be personally involved.
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The department of visual material will be uploaded to Facebook, this is Ben, who works as a therapy dog, and is caught red-handed with a baby doll in a carrier in her mouth. As the officers approach him, as I’m peacefully walking through a corridor and into another room.
They discovered, for that would be to store their stolen goods in an office.
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“The facility has been shut down, so we knew it, it was pretty easy to figure out, was it, Ben,” Deputy Chief James Mill, told the Boston 25. “When Ben first saw the toy, he thought, that they all belonged to him.”