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Friday, August 21, 2009

When an engineer owns a dog!!!

My husband, who is an engineer, was absolutely facinated trying to figure out how it works, how it was put together and if he could build one himself. Thing is we don't own a dog!!! My husband was born to be an engineer. I hope that you enjoy this...you don't have to be an engineer. I was watching the dog.


Tamara (TC) Staples said...

That is hilarious! If your hubby wants to build one, I could sure use it for my puppy, Simi. She wears me out playing fetch!

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Anonymous said...

Sooo cute! I did wonder about ceiling damange though, with the angle the machines throws the ball. I bet that dog loves that thing!

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