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    #16
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    We have had 4 dogs (we always have 2 at a time) since we have lived in our home. The first was an Old English sheepdog, Daisy. We have a mail slot in the door, and the mailman would stick the mail in and jiggle it before it dropped on the floor. I don't know if he was trying to manuver it in, or teasing her, but as soon as the flap creaked up she was on it, shredding it like it was her j.o.b! Well, she taught the 'free' puppy our daughter brought home from college (that is now my buddy), and then the first Wheaten, learned from him, and now Oshie, our second Wheaton who is crazy as a mad hatter. Needless to say, the inside of my front door has been attacked so often it is ridiculous.

    Daisy, the sheepdog was a piece of work too. Sweet as could be but stubborn as heck. She ate EVERYTHING when she was a pup - daughters panties (hacked them up at the groomers, and they saved them in a baggie in case we wanted tham - uhm no!), 5lb bag of potatoes, bucket of crawdads (she always fished with me), every bootie our youngest had ended up in a poo pile (never had 2 socks that matched), and a crisp $50 bill I left on the table for daughter going on a trip. It might sound like I was a bad Mom, but she was fast and sneaky! She could grab those infant booties while you had babies butt in the air doing a change, and was off before you could do anything! I got the first Wheaten thinking he was sort of like a sheepdog, but calmer HAHAHAH - Definitely not! We laigh and say we have to keep them because nobody else would put up eith them. And - all but the free puppy have been to formal obedience school....and flunked!

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      #17
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      Originally posted by mischiefkat View Post
      Ducks are a riot. They are so funny in their interactions with each other and have such personality. If there is a feather friends thread, I"ll tell a duck story. Kathy
      Kathy, you can tell your duck story here......fur......feathers........it doesn't matter. We would like to here the duck story.
      "I'm putting together a list of 100 reasons why I am NOT relentless!" - Sue Heck, The Middle

      Leonard: For God's sake, Sheldon, do I have to hold up a sarcasm sign every time I open my mouth?
      Sheldon (intrigued): You have a sarcasm sign?

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        #18
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        My cocker Spaniel loved to go everywhere with me... And I loved to go fishing.. need less to say I had trouble keeping Tuffy on the dock or bank with me.. everytime My bobbin would do a little bounce (fish nibbling on the bait) He was in the water and hauling the line back to me. One summer he caught more fish than I did..

        I was always afraid to get the hook in him.. but never did.
        Judy

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          #19
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          My friend calls her JRT a Jack Russel Terrorist.

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            #20
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            Ok. Daughter has twin boys, goats, ducks,chicken,cats,dogs and just recently a piglet. Ducks & goats are my favorite. Second year she had ducks, was bone dry here. Pond was so low it was more of a street puddle. The newest ducks learned to swim in a big plastic pool in the chicken yard. Six months or so passed and the pond was finally and deep enough for duck swimming. SIL picked up the Drake one Sunday morning and headed for the pond with all the ducks following behind. SIL tossed him in the pond and the ducks followed. They swam around for about 5 minutes, then started climbing out on the edge of the pond the . There was a great deal of loud quacking and beak poking. Finally, the drake climbed up the bank out onto the grass,waddled across the yard, and up the side of the house with all the ducks behind. Stopped when he got to the back corner of the house, looked left then right. Saw the chicken coop, turned right and he and his entourage disappeared behind the house. SIL sprinted across the yard and arrived at the chicken coop just it time to open the door to let them in. Where they got into the big blue pool for a swim. We had a good laugh. Kathy
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              #21
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              My dear fur baby just came in the house with some of the worst breath ever! What do you think he got into in our back yard?


              My onion patch!
              Beth

              Procrastinate. It frees up time to quilt!

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                #22
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                [QUOTE=asta;906866]My dear fur baby just came in the house with some of the worst breath ever! What do you think he got into in our back yard?


                My onion patch![/.
                Is he a Lab? Daughters lab eats anything. I think they make doggie mouthwash. Good luck getting him to smell better. Kathy
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                  #23
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                  I have three dogs. I think when we adopted the youngest he learned most of his behaviors from the other two dogs AND the cat. He learned to sleep on the back of the couch like the cat. 70 lb dog and 8 lb cat laying nose to nose for a nap in the sun is the cutest thing.

                  Someone up thread mentioned her dog giving hugs. My chocolate lab does the same thing. Puts his paws around your shoulders and lays his head against you. He'll also give our oldest dog a hug by putting his paws around him and laying his head on the older dog's head.

                  But for fun stories... Yeah, the youngest dog takes the cake. A couple weeks ago he learned how to get into the porch swing and now sits and swings when he feels like it. He can work the lever for the fridge door ice machine. We have to keep it locked. He shoves his nose into the lower cabinet turnstile so he can lick the peanut butter jar. Ended up reorganizing the kitchen a little when I found that out. Keeping the bathroom door closed when showering is a must, else he joins you.

                  He steals the tennis balls that the chocolate lab loves to fetch. And hides them beneath his body while the other dog goes searching for it. So he can be a bit evil too.

                  His stories are endless.

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