Roo takes it on the chin

Okay - not a particularly good picture, but how often does one capture the exact instant of a face plant? As you can see, both rear paws are down and both arms are akimbo, making her chin the only remaining point of contact. With a rock.

Similar to the way scientists theorize it would take a brontosaurus 15 seconds for a sensation originating at the tail to be recognized in the brain, the Kahoo is spotted here before she even realizes that she has tripped and clocked herself thusly. It's a fair comparison: just look at the shape of the Kahooki's neck. This photograph will probably add a major dimension to the general study of dog neurobiology.

Youch.

Youch.

 
This picture she doesn't mind, as she thinks it shows off her ability to fake bunny ears.

This picture she doesn't mind, as she thinks it shows off her ability to fake bunny ears.

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