Some dogs, like that one, have been known to commit suicide. But that’s not what we’re talking about here. We’re talking about people, specifically dogs, who, at times, are not fully aware of what they’re doing. That means that dogs can be suicidal when they are doing something that isn’t necessarily their fault.
The fact that dogs are often so self-aware about their actions, and that it takes them so long to figure out what the hell is going on, is almost unsettling. They can be so damn hard to kill sometimes.
The problem is that not all of us are like that. For example, our dog named Ducky was once a champion race dog. He ran at a pretty high level for a young dog (7 years old, or something), and he was very good at racing. However, he was actually a suicidal dog. He was a big dog and loved to eat.
When he was in his teens, he was in a bad car wreck and his neck snapped to the point where it was severely injured. It was a traumatic event for a 13 pound dog. For a while, Ducky had limited mobility, but he was able to train and learn how to walk again. He was able to run again, but it took him a long time and a lot of pain to even get there.
Dogs have a very short life span, roughly a year. Dogs like Ducky are very similar to human beings and we don’t want to discourage anyone from having a good life, but it’s important to remind them of their mortality. To be suicidal, a dog would have to stop going out into the world and start going to the dog park. It’s just an idea, but it’s one that I have always imagined.
The idea is not that dogs are suicidal, its just how we would react if we were. Its just as simple as that. I really like the idea of them being suicidal, because it makes me think of how sad it would be if a dog was really that hopeless. We would all have to do things for them, we would have to feed them, we would have to talk to them, but they would just be like, “Ugh I hate this”.
I think dogs could be suicidal, but I think the problem is that there isn’t enough awareness of the dog within the human race. We can be so emotionally attached to our dogs that we don’t realize that they are actually our pets and not some kind of super life form. We can become so attached to our dogs that we neglect the fact that they would actually kill themselves to save us.
Yeah, that’s pretty much what I was thinking. I love my dog, but I never thought of them as people or even pets. Even if I were to kill them, I wouldnt know what I would do with them.
Like humans, dogs are a mix of human and animal genetic material. The way we treat our dogs really doesn’t seem to affect them. They also seem to be more intelligent than we give them credit for.
Dogs are more intelligent than we give them credit for because we don’t take them to the vet and ask them to rate their intelligence. Yes, they are smarter than cats, but they are still not as smart as us.