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Dog Dives Nine Feet Underwater, Saves Rubber Chicken

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July 17, 2013
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Tami Stanley fosters dogs for the Texas Labrador Retriever Rescue, and is fostering 'Bunny,' a brown lab. While training her for adoption, Stanley discovered the dog not only loves the water, but can hold her breath under water, and can dive at least 9-feet in the pool, fetching toys at the bottom. Kristina Behr has a look at the amazing video of Bunny, who is still available for adoption.


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