Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Southern Ontario
Well I don't see anything wrong with the dog buried in the sand,my nieces and nephews have done it to some of my dogs before and they were perfectly ok with it. The first pic though is pretty disturbing whether it's real or not,but he's all the way in the Chile so I am sure the way they see animals over there is probably a little different than those of us in the states,I'm saying all people over there are that way,but a lot of them probably are.
Burrying a dog in the sand up to their head where they cannot move as they exhale the compression will prevent the dog from inhaling. Not to mention the fear the dog must have had and not be able to understand...mind boggling.
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