Thursday, December 10, 2009

Like Royalty

I think every "pure" breed of dog has some associated weakness or disease. Greyhounds have a few that I can think of. Since I am not in the mood to grieve the prospect of osteosarcoma, I will instead talk about another fate that may befall a greyhound near you:

E.T.S.

That's right. Escaped Tongue Syndrome. This is what happens, people, when you breed your dogs to have long pointy snoots and long flappy tongues. Since this particular breed is often found in a reclined position, it's only a matter of time before a yawn happens, gravity acts, and, well...


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  1. Oh yeah. And they hate it when their tongues get stuck to the fabric, leaving them with the dreaded "cordoroy tongue"!

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  2. At least Drive's is in the beginning stages! You may still be able to find a cure.

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  3. ROFL! The fun part is re-hydration...

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