Millennial dogs don’t know the struggles of the greatest dog generation.



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  • Martin Kamenov Georgiev

    Sending German Shepard dogs to bite German soldiers’ faces off. Priceless!

    • Dreig

      Bollocks to that. I was charged by a Slovak Cuvac and I told the beast ”hold it comrade I am Slovak too!” but that bastard still bit me

      • Martin Kamenov Georgiev

        If you told him just that… maybe he didn’t understand you? Maybe you should have said it in Slovak?

        • Dreig

          I said it in Slovak because I AM Slovak, kurva. Yet the mutt still bit me. Case in point: nationalities mean jack shit to dogs

    • Carlos the Dwarf

      It might be a Belgian Shepherd.

  • Carlos the Dwarf

    Close: WWI, French Red Cross dog with gas mask, 1917 – Dogs had a vital part to play in World War One. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d143175eac862b73e73f19985a001b94526651ead83a189118f0ef0432b4f5fa.jpg

    • Dreig

      But maybe it did bite at least one kraut

      • Carlos the Dwarf

        Possibly, but it is unlikely to have been in Normandy, and he would have to remove his gas mask.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sydamen Samara

    And if you stupid fucks didn’t inbreed dogs to the point where they can’t properly breathe anymore, maybe you were right to complain

    (ik it funny joke hehe xd but seriously, pure breed dog breeders can be awful. )

    • Exquisite Jesus

      You should probably do some research instead of just spouting internet buzz topics.

      • http://www.facebook.com/sydamen Samara

        I work in animal caretaking, so I kinda know what I’m talking about. In Pugs and other short nosed dogs the dog’s nostril are too narrow to allow for proper breathing.

        • Das Puggy

          Wait, what?

          • http://www.facebook.com/sydamen Samara

            Don’t get me wrong, I love pugs and all other dog breeds, but they’re predisposed to a lot of health risks from birth because of the desired traits that have been bred into these dogs, like the short noses and such.
            It’s called Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome.
            Some of the more common brachycephalic breeds are the pug, bulldog, boxer, chihuahua, and shih tzu.
            Obesity, allergies, over-excitement, and exercise also may worsen the effects this trait exerts on the dogs body, as the body requires more air, but struggles to keep up with the demand due to not being able to breathe in as much air as other dogs, forcing them to constantly breathe and pant through their mouth.
            As long as you watch your pets health, it should be fine though.

  • Snowstorm

    2018 human: leaves cursor over the text of a picture.

  • The People’s Poet

    There were Nazis in WW1?

    I thought the Nazi party was founded in the 1920s…or are we just referring to all Germans as Nazis now?

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