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Hilarious Moment Clever Dog Fakes Broken Let To Get Attention

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Just When You Think You've Seen It All... This pooch named Gae drags his back left leg along the ground like he is hurt. When people begin to crowd around him he then gets up and walks away. Residents in Bangkok, Thailand say he always does the trick to deceive people. He sure could have fooled me!

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  • Trixie Added U just never know how smart animals are,,My cat
    Bugzi, is learning to talk. he has a problem abt eating, so I look at him and say 'do u wanna be a good boy,,, a few days ago, I wasn't even in where he cud see me and I said the good boy and he walked right over to his dish.
  • Patricia Yager Delagrange Added You know, if you zoom into the picture it looks like something is wrong with the left side of his hind quarters - like a big scar of something.
  • Christopher Spencer Added I've seen too many so called " funny " videos of a dog faking a broken leg. But in most cases the dog is not faking anything. He or she has a neurological disease called Degenerative Myelopathy.

    The symptoms tend to come and go and that is why people think the dog is faking something. You can read more about it on this link or just do a Google search for Degenerative Myelopathy.

    http://www.ivghospitals.com/specialty-services/symptoms-of-degenerative-myleopat hy/
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