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Old 06-16-2002, 08:08 AM
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Crazy, wacky, silly, goofy dogs!

What crazy, silly, wacky things does your dog do that makes you laugh, or simply blink in disbelief ?

my silly German Shephard (8 months old) sticks her head in the shower when I'm in there, she licks the water as the tub is filling up for the kids, and loves to be squirted with the squirt gun!
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Old 06-17-2002, 01:37 PM
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Pinkie Winky dog

My family got a 4 month old puppy in Sept,01. She is a great dog but nuts. Every time I give her a new bone she carries it around and whines. Then she talks to me and she makes all these sounds when she wants to tell me something. But she is beautiful and she is all black and looks like a lab but is mixed with everything. I love her to death
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Old 06-18-2002, 05:07 PM
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Hi Babshere64,

Your puppy story reminded me of one of my dogs. When we first got him he would whine and run around the house trying to hide his bone or treat....we had to prove we couldn't see it or he would whine all night. So lets say if he hid it behind a chair...I would have to go to the chair and say...what's the matter?...I can't see anything??? Then he would settle down. :p

What a person doesn't do for their pets! ha ha



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Old 06-22-2002, 09:19 AM
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We have 8 dogs and they are always doing crazy things. Every day they do something diffrent to make us laugh so it would be hard to decide what to say.

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Old 06-22-2002, 10:12 AM
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chuckle Mr Jiggs

This little jester will try to root under your leg ( which is difficult for a squashed nose Pug ). He'll get his nose buried then he'll yodel 'Aaarrrooooowoooowooooo'. That feels real strange. . . but not as wierd as going to sleep laying on your stomach then waking up with him asleep on your back ! It wierded out my hubby the first time he did that . . . now Sean lays on Jiggers at times and they both love it. . .
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Lordy, don't even get me started on Lucy! She will be 12 this summer and we've had her since she was 5 weeks old. We should have known what we were getting after the first night home.....we had "barricaded" her in the kitchen with hopes of teaching her potty training later- just needed to get through the first night......when we got up the next morning she was laying on the automan, tail flipping, with 5 piles of poop all over the floor. Several years later with our friends on a road trip we wrote the song, "the ABC's of what Lucy has eaten". But that's another post......
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Old 06-22-2002, 05:53 PM
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My daughter (who lives at home) has a miniature daucshund (sp?) that is 4 years old. We love her to death and she is VERY spoiled.

She hides her doggie bones & treats in her bed! She will pull the blanket back with one paw, place the treat, and then push the blanket back over it!

But the craziest thing she does is her eating! She will eat anything except celery! She loves dill pickles, lemons and even raw onion (we don't give that to her anymore as a friend told me it could be toxic ). She also will eat raw mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage. She loves it when I give her a cabbage core to gnaw on! Not realizing what he was doing, my youngest son even gave her a hot wing once without permission. She ate it without making a sound. The only way I found out what she had eaten was when I had to rush her to the vet the next morning because she was so sick! That was an expensive lesson!

I've never seen a dog eat the things that she will eat! But we love her anyway!
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I think one of the craziest things one of my dogs does is my dog Shaggy. Shaggy is a cross between blue tick, Austrailian Sheppard (on his daddy's side) and Miniture poodle and Coyote (on his momma's side). Shaggy is a big dog but thinks he's a lap dog. He will jump up on my lap and just about sit on my chest in my rocker. He's so big he can only get 1/2 way on my lap the other 1/2 sits on the floor. But he still thinks he's a lap dog and does it all the time. Thats ok. He's 11 years old and we love him so much that we don't care what he does. (not much anyway)

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Old 06-22-2002, 08:19 PM
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Well, Dioji slides down the slide on the swingset--she'll climb up the ladder and slide down with a loud howl! It's hilarious to watch--especially when the kids are howling, too! She also "sings" with the church chimes.

Sierra, our new puppy, likes to chase bubbles. And the kids have a huge plastic baseball bat that she will carry around the yard--high over her head and she can't see where she's going...I'm going to try to teach her to swing at a ball!
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As only a mother could love it!!!!

I have a Siberian Husky, and a Black Lab.

The highlight of their lives is when they get loose from their runners, jump into my outdoor goldfish pond and so very lovingly take each and every fish out and carefully lay them in the grass to watch them wiggle. I have never found one single abrasion on the fish and have even caught them in the act of bringing my fish out to sunbathe.

When the Siberian was a puppy it was horribly cold and raining outdoors when I decided to bring them both into the garage for the night. The lab had never disturbed anything in there so I never thought twice about it. The Husky ate the electrical cords off of every single power tool my husband owed along with the front right tire completely off of the riding mower. She definitely gave a whole new meaning to "Teething".
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