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     Monday May 28 12:15 PM



Meet Sweetie. She was hit by a car and showed no signs of life. Her owner buried her in the back yard. But after a couple hours, she came to, dug her way out, and greeted her surprised owner.



  Tuesday May 29 09:56 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by Tony Shepps


Meet Sweetie. She was hit by a car and showed no signs of life. Her owner buried her in the back yard. But after a couple hours, she came to, dug her way out, and greeted her surprised owner.
Isn't that the plot from Pet Sematary? I guess it depends on the greeting.




polar  Monday May 3 05:05 AM

Sweetie's owner suddenly understood why the Pai Mei Obedience Class insisted on teaching each dog the three-inch punch technique.



xoxoxoBruce  Monday May 3 09:34 AM

Good one Polar, welcome to the Cellar.
It's fortunate for sweetie, her/his owner did a halfassed job of burying him/her. No shroud, not deep and not tamped down to prevent some animal from digging up the body.



wolf  Monday May 3 09:44 AM

I'm sure that Sweetie has some finer qualities, but that is one ugly-ass dog.



stlbob  Monday May 3 09:55 AM

Is this thread from last year, or is there some sort of time warp going on?



Undertoad  Monday May 3 10:00 AM

Thread's from 2001!



stlbob  Monday May 3 10:05 AM

Thanks UT, I was getting confused! (It's not hard for me)



xoxoxoBruce  Monday May 3 06:08 PM

If you go back into the achives, and add a post, it move to the head of the class. Polar has a way-back machine.



warch  Monday May 3 06:33 PM

resurected!



Trilby  Monday May 28 11:21 AM

Holy Moly.

Look into those doggies eyes--that pup has PTSD. I hope his owner is prepared to pay for some therapy.



Flint  Monday May 28 12:39 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
...
It's fortunate for sweetie, her/his owner did a halfassed job of burying him/her. No shroud, not deep and not tamped down to prevent some animal from digging up the body.
No kidding. I had a male chow that I found dead in the yard, next to a dead snake. They took each other out! I felt some comfort in the fact that he died protecting his territory (chows were bred as imperial guard dogs). I wrapped my dog in white sheets and placed him inside an approx. 18" by 18" by 36" trunk.

With the help of a good friend, I dug a hole deep enough to get that trunk deep enough underground to prevent attracting the interest of other animals. This was made more difficult by the fact that about a foot down, the ground became solid clay which had to be hacked apart and picked out in chunks.

At the conclusion of this hard labor, I looked at the hole we had dug and I realized this could have been done with one scoop of a back-hoe. Things like this make you realize the incredible labor-saving advances technology has provided for us.


rkzenrage  Monday May 28 09:55 PM

I have a Giant Schnauzer that likes to be buried at the beach. I'll look for a pic later.



kerosene  Tuesday May 29 12:28 AM

Okay, now why does this thread keep getting resurrected?



DucksNuts  Tuesday May 29 01:04 AM

I was wondering why Bri bought this back from the dead.

What were you *really* looking for Bri????



Aliantha  Tuesday May 29 03:34 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by wolf View Post
I'm sure that Sweetie has some finer qualities, but that is one ugly-ass dog.
How do you reckon you'd look after being buried alive? lol


kerosene  Wednesday May 30 09:38 PM

Every three years in May.



TheMercenary  Wednesday May 30 09:43 PM

Maybe she was just sick of the dog and it was all a story. IS there anyone out there that can't look at a dog and see if it IS NOT breathing? That dog looks at least 20#. The owner ought to be locked up.



justush  Wednesday Jun 13 01:17 AM

Was this thread burried alive?



phil216  Thursday Jun 14 09:39 AM

this is from so long ago the dog is likely dead for real now.



skysidhe  Thursday Jun 14 12:35 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianna View Post
Holy Moly.

Look into those doggies eyes--that pup has PTSD. I hope his owner is prepared to pay for some therapy.
Therapy for herself ! Sounds and looks like she threw a couple handfulls of sod on the poor thing.

I think any rational person would wait for the body cool and stiffen? Well I would. I couldn't bear to part without knowing for sure. I would never bury a warm body no matter how disfigured.


HungLikeJesus  Thursday Jun 14 01:05 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by phil216 View Post
this is from so long ago the dog is likely dead for real now.
Are you kidding? Zombie dogs live forever.


mcnugget91  Sunday Jun 17 08:03 PM

Wow, 2001?

I wonder how that doggie is doing today?



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