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Dog antics here
06-02-2016, 05:37 PM,
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Dog antics here
Please post your dog's antics in this thread so I can read it.

Barbie is our youngest dog and she probably knows that she is the favorite. When I or my husband would lie down on the sofa to scratch Tisoy's back, Barbie would come near and box out the bigger and older spitz who would give way. And if I would ignore her, she would lay on her back and move her body like there is ant on her back. So that takes the cake for her. How can I resist?

Another of Barbie's antics is the breakfast. She wouldn't eat unless she is hand-fed. But we are trying to arrest that bad habit and we are kind of winning the war because she is eating breakfast by herself after 5 minutes of coaxing by our housemaid. But in the beginning of the arrest 2 months ago, Barbie wouldn't eat breakfast for a number of days. And then when she ate, only sparingly. However, there is no issue with lunch and dinner.
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06-03-2016, 01:33 PM,
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RE: Dog antics here
My dog Clio's antics include jumping on the bed at five in the morning to wake me up so she could have breakfast. She would get her ball or any of her toys and she would bring it over to anyone of us if she wanted to play tug of war or fetch. When she's bored, she'd snatch away a crumpled piece of paper or anything hard that she could gnaw on. Sometimes she's just start a rift between her and Sandy is she starts bothering the older dog. If she sees me approaching with her bath towel, she would run around and jump up the sofa and go under the throw pillows then lie on her back in a defensive stance, lol!
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06-03-2016, 10:38 PM,
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RE: Dog antics here
@maxen57, it looks like Clio has a big appetite to wake you up at 5am for breakfast. Barbie is the exact opposite because I wake up early so I can leave before 5:30am. Tisoy would already be awake by then and when I leave for work, Tisoy would ask me to bring him down to the living room. My husband would wake up by the time I leave for work. Before he eats breakfast at 7am, Barbie is still in bed (she has her own bed) so my husband would wake Barbie by carrying her downstairs to the living room because breakfast would be ready before 7:30am. That's one idiosyncrasy of Barbie, she seems to be a night dog who wakes up late in the morning.
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