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“My dog Pip turned 12 the other day and we gave her a Big Mac to celebrate,” says IMGURian Amandazander1d. A+ doggo, would boop snoots again. It should go without saying, but just in case: People food is not doggo food. Big Macs are not doggo food. Do not feed your dog Big Macs. [caption id="attachment_488474" align="aligncenter" width="750"] “First bite, not too sure what to do with it
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