11 Responses to “The Moo”

  1. mouse605

    so cute!! and fyi: we call our human daughter Missy Moo 🙂 her name is Meadow, but we’ve been calling her moo bear or missy moo since she was an infant 🙂

  2. Eileen

    My mutt does the same thing. I had to carry him about 1 mile out of the woods one day.

  3. Liz

    Lol georgia (cavelier king charles) would do this….carrying a 12kg dog up a long gradual hill was a great workout and laugh ccoz shed make funny noises

  4. Nell

    we have an American bulldog named miss moo who does the exact same thing!! too funny. thanks for sharing.

  5. Tammie

    When I was a dog walker I had some dogs that did that. But my elderly border collie started doing it and when I took him to the vet she said he had bad arthritis in his knees and hips. Since English Bulldogs are also prone to these problems, you might consider taking her into the vet. Since I put Andy on Rimadyl he does much better and we can even go a block or two without breaks now. Could be stubbornness, could be pain. Better to find out since she can’t talk.

  6. C

    maybe she’s sick 🙁 my dog did this and i found out she had cancer. it was hard for her to breathe

  7. Star Bricker

    Our mini-doxie is doing this now, but it is a source of pride, not shame. He slipped a disc (again, and he is only 4) and lost movement and feeling in both back legs. He is healing, and is starting to walk again after about 6 weeks of “bed rest”. When he is done, he sits, they wait, and when he is ready they walk home. Our neighbor thought it was pitiful, but he’s come a long way!

  8. elder

    Bulldog compliance – you have to love it! My girls did the same thing. We called it the “stone bulldog” move. Now I have a pug and he pulls the stone pug move all the time.

  9. Grace

    My bulldog used to do this in the middle of roads. Everyone thinks its hilarious watching a 23kg dog carried home!


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