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Lost and found pets posters reveal secret lives of Dorkus and Moses: Kenny Be's Sign Language

They may be the raggedy-pant-tramp of the dog world, but even an American Bulldog has too much dignity to tolerate being called "Dorkus." While it may sound cute while playing fetch, the name starts to sound like Bulldog bullying when used with the everyday commands of "Sit, Dorkus!" and "Drop it, Dorkus!" Additionally, "She's belongs to an elderly woman" is improper street grammar and should read, "She's belonging to an elderly woman."

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