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Service doggo walks on glass floor for
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    • Towards the end, the dog’s just like “Why didn’t you tell me I could walk on this?”
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    • Just think about this shit. This dog is not understanding that this a glass floor. He prolly just thinks well humans can fly to I guess. But then he walks across anyway prolly thinking he's risking his life for his owner. This dog was willing to risk his life for his human because dogs are angels.
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    • All fun and games till he straight up starts walking off of ledges
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    • Bro that’s honestly a brave ass dog, it was willing to walk on a 4 inch beam to help its owner
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    • Lmao i love how the dog is terrified of the floor and senses danger but is still willing to die for a small snack
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    • You can tell he's trying to stay on the support beams
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    • What if he thinks he can levitate now tho and falls off a place im legit worried
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    • Teach dog it's ok to walk on this, dog later sees ledge and walks off
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    • This dog about to yeet himself off a cliff thinking he can fly now
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    • To explain this for you all, dogs have a hard time seeing glass when it’s close to their face(aka why dogs will sometimes try and run through a glass door/ or won’t walk on glass floors) but they can learn to recognize it
      Indexo 2 jun
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    • This is like Jesus telling Peter to step off the boat and walk towards him on water
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    • Great now he's gonna walk off cluffs thinking its glass
      iEmiya 2 jun
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    • Damn we definitely don’t deserve dogs, he/she was like fuck you crazy but I’ll try and tightrope this shit for you
      jrd2938 5 jun
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    • Bruh I'm a little scared that the dog is always gonna think there is a Glassfoor and just do some dumb shit like jump of a cliff
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    • One week later... “I’m Tina with Fox 4 news. At 2:00 p.m. yesterday, a service dog walks straight over the edge of the Grand Canyon, plunging nearly 200 feet to its death.”
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    • That doggo is thinking " I swear to God Karen if I fall and live I'm going to shit in your purse "
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    • All fine and good until the dog decides to walk somewhere where there is no glass floor
      rhenry 3 jun
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    • This isnt exclusive to dogs, this is an effect known as the visual cliff. Babies also refuse to walk on glass if they haven't developed the cues to be able to recognize it's a solid surface.
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    • Imagine the dog walking up to a hole next time and thinking he could walk across it like this, then he falls into it
      Shinboru 3 jun
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    • Bruh that dog overcame every single one of it's natural instincts to walk on that glass. Dogs are the closest species to human intelligence, emotion and mannerisms. Bruh our ancestors and dogs teamed up and we run this bitch now. What's better than 1 Apex predator 2 Apex predators
      lk6969 2 jun
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    • What do dogs think of humans. 'Holy shit how the fuck are you doing that!'
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    • As a service dog owner, she should know what her dog can and cannot do and that any change of routine could mess up the dog, like if this was any other dog it would probably be fine, but I don't like seeing a service dog do this
      Arctic1 2 jun
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    • In this dogs mind he/she was prepared to walk a tight rope and risk its own life (or so it thought) for his/her human. Tell me we deserve dogs, someone please try
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    • In that dogs perspective he’s walking across a thin metal beam over a pit of death for a treat
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    • That dog is one day gonna be on a flat roof and be like, it’s okay guys I can walk past here
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    • Hopefully next time he doesn't just walk on actually nothing
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    • "I'm as agile as a fucking cat. Score!"
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    • If you train a dog to walk across glass floors, said dog will also walk off of the porch attached to your house or anything else suspended in the air, because it can’t comprehend glass vs thin air
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    • Can we please stop calling them doggos
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    • He's trying so hard to stay on the black line.
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    • He’s smart to walk on the beams though
      og_nutt 2 jun
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    • But now when he arrives to actually cliff, he’s more likely to jump
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    • Caption should have been "Service doggo needs service human"
      AllanAp 4 jun
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    • What if he just casually walks off a building thinking he can fly
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    • 'oh noes, hooman fren has begun the levetat, I must walk the beem and stay with hooman'
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    • Great. Now he's going to walk off some balcony
      Ltrm8 3 jun
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    • Im actually more impressed that the dog understands it will fall because it thinks there is no floor
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    • I think it’s funny how it walked on the support beam
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    • I wonder what would happen if they picked him up and slowly lowered him on it
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    • Can dogs see glass?
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    • Now next time in a other area where there is no glass he will lead someone to their death
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    • I was suspecting comments like “aww she’s so cute”, but the first thing I read is “pick it up and drop on the glass, observe result”
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    • That dog thought he was risking his life
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    • Great now you traind him to walk into holes blindly
      D_Walsh 7 jun
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    • “BITCH YOU GONE FALL… let me just ouuu a snack… hold the fuck up you telling me… well shit look at this”
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    • Service doggo walks off cliff after being made believe he could walk on air
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    • Lay on the glass and cover your junk with peanut butter. That dog will make a beeline for the treat. Your happy, the dog is happy, everybody wins.
      Neond7 4 jun
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    • he’s trying to walk on the beam lmaoo I love dogs
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    • What's the purpose of teaching a service dog this? So it can walk a blind person off a cliff because it now believes it can walk on nothing? Lol
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    • They’ll just care freely walk off a fucking cliff
      I5kilo 3 jun
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    • Bro she was tryna balance on the beam
      Scholar 3 jun
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    • A cat woulda made it across in no time
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    • Dogs cant see glass unless there is a reflection... why do you think they run into glass doors a lot
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    • Ha what a dumb dog, I want 10 of them
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    • Tap the glass so the dog knows it's solid.
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    • Imagine the first blind dude who was headed for some glass floor and the dog freaked out and made him think there’s nothing there
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    • Poor thing was stressed tf out
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    • Dogs cannot tell the difference between nothing and glass because their eyes don’t work that way which is why they sometimes run into glass doors
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    • DOGGO
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    • I love how it was staying on the beam
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    • This dog is smart tho using the black bar as a balance just in case it was the real thing
      Hikki 2 jun
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    • You know what. This dog is a champ dude thought there was no glass but knew he needed to make it across. Thinking he would fall but still needed to cross for his human. And walked across a fucking little price of metal! Such a good boy
      Lifeline 2 jun
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    • Now he's gonna think he can levitate and walk off a cliff
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    • Now the nigga gonna walk off some shit and have trust issues
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    • KaReN? KARON? What the fuck is this shit? KARON NO GET OFF THE NOTHING! FUCK FUCK WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS!!!
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    • "no amount of training could have prepared me for this."
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    • Now this service dog is gunna walk someone right into a fucking pit.
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    • She was ready to walk on a tight rope this dog is ridebor die
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    • Now that dog’s gonna be walking off cliffs the same way they run into glass doors
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    • Children can tell they're walking on a clear floor like this at around 6 months. Dogs can't ever.
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    • My puppy would be running and make it half way across then start freaking out
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    • Literally just pick the dog up and set it on the glass and that would have taken 2 seconds
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    • Ok but what if the dog tries it again but there isnt a glass floor
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    • Aww sho cuteee~ ♡
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    • Congratulations, you just taught that dog to kill you if it's ever leading you towards a cliff LOL. On a side note that dog is extremely smart, it's staying on the support beams for the glass.
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    • That will fall off of the next balcony it encounters
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    • Stop using "doggo" it's annoying as fuck
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    • What if the disabled owner is blind and can’t see there’s a huge hole and the dog asumes it’s just like this time. Isn’t this teaching the dog the wrong thing? Anyone know?
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    • 40 mins later, service dog falls down 3 flights of stairs after assuming there was a floor.
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    • My dumbass dog wouldn’t even notice. She fell face first into a cattle grate one time 🙄
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    • Are the comments full of animal abusers or something? Why is everyone calling the dog retarded? People really don’t understand just how limited an animals understanding of the universe is compared to a human
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    • It’s okay buddy take your time
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    • Smart dog
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    • She wasn't trained for this
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    • My dog used to do this with grated stairs. One day, we had to go down two flights of them to get to the beach and she was crying and wailing because she was afraid she would fall. I was wearing a scarf and I took it off and covered each step on her way down and that’s the day she learned how lol
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    • Next he is gonna become a service dog for a blind person and walk him off a cliff because of this 😂
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    • "You silly humans. Im not a god like you. I cant just float midair."
      Arlaul 2 jun
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    • Just slide his ass across he'll be fine
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    • Can you imagine the distrust he'd have if he fell through one or one was missing
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