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Who Needs Humans? Tiny Dog Plays Fetch With Himself (Video)


This video must be shown to “only children” everywhere. Watch this pup play a two-person game all by himself, and be totally happy about it!

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1:45PM PDT on Jun 19, 2014

Didn't get here in time to view video. Too much email.

9:12PM PDT on Apr 14, 2014

So cute. Smart dog.

11:28PM PDT on Apr 12, 2014

Nice, he knew exactly where to put the ball so it would roll down.

7:14AM PDT on Apr 10, 2014

love the guy who wants to help, but the dog's like, "nope i got this"

5:58AM PDT on Apr 7, 2014

The human should be sincere and respect other forms of life

7:35PM PDT on Apr 6, 2014

very cute--ty!!

7:06AM PDT on Apr 5, 2014

Awww cuter than cute! What a smart little guy!

1:49AM PDT on Apr 5, 2014

:-)

9:28AM PDT on Apr 4, 2014

What an adorable, clever little pip! Good for him. :0)

7:56AM PDT on Apr 4, 2014

That's brilliant. so smart.

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