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Mmmm... A toy bone... What? It's yours?



Sure is.



Go on... Ya want a piece of this? Grab It Punk?



Pvssy! Now for a well earned rest.
 
May 14, 2010
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Well new kids on the block I am playing now. Here she is, cat is not happy at all, and I am in double trouble. Kids are happy:D

 
May 14, 2010
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on3m@n@rmy said:
Awww. Poor guilty pooch needs a hug.
That's a pretty girl. Looks like a Springer Spaniel, but can't tell for sure.
Thanks you are wright.
She s so confussed with new enviroment and cat:D
 
Sep 1, 2011
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Dogs are smarter than bodies because:
if you point at something, the cat will attending at the end of your feel, but the dog will attending at the end of your feel and again attending in the administration you are pointing.
 
DM6130 said:
Dogs are smarter than bodies because:
if you point at something, the cat will attending at the end of your feel, but the dog will attending at the end of your feel and again attending in the administration you are pointing.
What? I must be the bodie, or the dog, or I dunno coz I didn't understand a word of that. ;)
 
Mar 16, 2009
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DM6130 said:
Dogs are smarter than bodies because:
if you point at something, the cat will attending at the end of your feel, but the dog will attending at the end of your feel and again attending in the administration you are pointing.
DAOTEC is that you?
 
Mar 16, 2009
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yip-yap passed away last night. He wouldn't eat yesterday morning and just got worse as the day wore on. He wasn't really my dog but he had been hanging out here before I moved in. I'll miss him waiting on the front porch every morning. The guys working on the house buried him in the front yard for me
 
@Krebbs: Sorry to hear bout yip-yap. From the posture and tail he must have been nice dog.

@Zam_Olyas: If a dog tries coming along side you in a threatening manner, try talking to it with nice words and tone. Like "good dog", etc... Can't do much else anyway. When I have done that it appears to confuse the poor suckers and they become less threatening. I suppose it depends on the dog though.
 
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