What is wrong with this dog (other than the fact that his eyes and nose are virtually indistinguishable from one another)?
Click here to learn why I know that the owner of this dog just ain't right.
Yep, that's right, that little almost-green-bean-can-sized dog is dead.
Dead ... as in no longer living.
This is not a picture of the dog before he died either. He was dead when this picture was taken.
That's right, he's been freeze dried and then sent back to the "I can never put my precious dog in the ground" owners.
Now imagine the day to day life of this dead dog:
At night the lady would put the dog next to her bed so he's the first thing that she's sees when she opens her demented eyes in the morning. Then she would carry the dog down and prop it up on the couch next to her while she watches the "Price is Right." Later she would set now-dead Gunny on a kitchen chair while she cleans the floor and starts dinner.
When her emotionally blunted husband would come home from work, she would tuck freeze-dried Gunny under her arm and greet her husband at the door. She would insist that they have faux conversations that included the pupsicle. She would even insist that her husband talk to the dog in that same squeaky dog voice that he used on the dog when it was actually alive ...
Now, people, this just ain't right.
Please, say "No" to freeze-dried pets.