This was on the TV in the UK, enjoy it.

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Jackson Tan

Lad about town
Barked: Sat Nov 10, '12 1:44am PST 
Haha! Your post made me laugh out loud!

Jackson loves sweet things, as most dogs seem to. Cake in particular, and ice cream. And ... yep, I still share it. Only a little though.The idea of this dog being hopped up on sugar quite frightens me, he would be wired for sound.

I have a friend whose horse reputably ate a bag of whacky tobaccy and fell over, but it's got a touch of the urban legend about it so I don't know if it really happened or not, lol. It did like eating fish and chips, that I do remember.
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