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25 April 2007
One hot summer day back in 2007, I was running around in a field playing Frisbee with Mom and Dad. We were at Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, and it was sooooo hot. But I had a great time! I played until my pawrents wouldn’t let me anymore, then we rested and they gave me lots of water. As I sat there recuperating, Mom got the crazy idea to film my tongue bouncing up and down. Dad, with nothing better to do I guess, posted it on YouTube.
Today, this video, “Jerry Pants to Show Off Extra Long Tongue,” just reached a new milestone: 1,004,614 views!
For your enjoyment, here it is! Hoppy Summer Everypawdy!
Here’s the rest of that fun, hot summer day we had together:
27 April 2009
Congratulations on the milestone. That’s one panting dog!
Did Jerry chew on rocks? I noticed his canines were flat and was wondering? Anka likes to chew rocks & logs.
Chuy, showing everyone that Tripawds do everything 3 times better than regular dogs!
25 April 2007
Did Jerry chew on rocks?
Nope. One day we noticed his teeth getting worn down, then we noticed the grooves on his favorite outdoor toy – the indestructiball – a hard plastic ball he loved chasing around the yard …
Chewing logs? Now that’s a different story! Jerry may have actually been part beaver …