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All dogs kick to spread their scent, but Typhoon adds poetry to his kick with abandon philosophy.
Our Little Prince does not believe in doing things half-heartedly (as long as you don’t count obeying the humans). When he kicks to spread his manly scent, he has to do it with style, with pizzazz, with gusto. Yes, he lives a life philosophy of kick with abandon.
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Great shot! I almost forgot that our now elderly dogs used to go crazy with the footwork! Thanks for the memory.
Lookin’ like a doga move.
Definitely poetry in motion!! Not as crude as my little girl.
The Little Prince does everything with style, and elevates even (what to us are) mundane tasks into a special lesson in the life of royalty.
I so agree Hu-Dad!! LOOK at that style with which he kicks his leg-lol The Little Prince lives his life the way he wants.