Ant hills do not make good pee targets.
Oh my dog, I’m crying with laughter here!
Oh! Poor pupper! When my old dog and I first moved to Houston it was in the late fall, when fire ants are pretty dormant. She used to pee on the fire ant hills too – until the springtime, when they became active. We were walking home one evening and she kept pulling back on her leash – trying to lick all four paws, where they bit her! 🙁 Hang in there, little one!
He looks so sad! Hope he gets better soon..
Oh, poor Wally! Hope you feel better soon!
Aaaawwwww! Get well soon, Wally!
Wally’s willy is wrecked. Sorry, bud.
Wow, you obviously have a very different sort of ant where you live! Poor pup looks traumatized! I hope he doesn’t mind that I’m laughing uncontrollably but it’s ‘with’ him not at him. I promise!
Wee whittle Wally’s weenie was wrecked lol!
How sad!!! But the tongue twister comments are hilarious! Hope you heal fast Wally!
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