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Kuma the Akita

Nick MulliganNick Mulligan Posts: 8Member
edited 13 November, 2012 in Akita Please check out my youtube channel. I have a video of my dog when he was a puppy playing in his litter. I will be uploading more videos withing the next couple days. Im going to try and get a video of him talking because he always does that whenever you get home after you have left the house. Thanks!


  • Pam LaVignePam LaVigne Posts: 5,251Member
    edited 4 November, 2012
    Thanks for the post Kuma,we will certainly check it out. Don't you just love the talking when they greet you at the door? We do.|:|:f
  • Nick MulliganNick Mulligan Posts: 8Member
    edited 4 November, 2012
    Yes. He always has to have something in his mouth too. He'll usually grab one of my shoes, but anything will do. Its funny when he has a kong because it echoes.
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