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Unread 05-11-2005, 09:53 PM
Funny dogs

I have a 10 year old female red and white beagle. She is like my little girl in dog clothing. She can act sooooo human. She's a bit portly as she gets table food (my bad). Her feeling actually get hurt if she doesn't get at least a bite of of something we are eating. She loves lettuce, tomatoes, raw cauliflower, nuts, etc. She won't eat cheese or peanut butter, most dogs would. She has a different whine for just about everything she wants. She has her humans trained well. She loves pillows and has three beds, the couch and our bed that she sleeps on. She will often lay on my husband and I's pillows and allows us each a corner when we go to bed. She usually moves soon but it soo funny that she thinks she deserves more pillow than we do. She also snores so loud that we have to turn the TV up sometimes.

I also have a granddog (my daughter's dog) that a Welsh Pembroke Corgi. We babysit for her and she is a clown. You cannot run the vaccum as she goes nuts biting it and charging it. She charges anything that squeaks such as a ironing board or the oven door. She also barks at her food and picks up a couple of pieces at a time and tosses them in the air and sometimes even rolls around on them before she will eat.

You are never lonely when you have a pet!
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Unread 05-13-2005, 11:49 AM
Funny dogs

Hi Regina,

You are so right! You are never lonely when you have a pet!

We had a Lhasa Apso who thought he was a human boy. Each night when DH and I went to bed, he would jump up on the bed and lay in between us...on his back, head on pillow.

We went to visit my parents one time when my dad had trouble sleeping, so he went into the den and settled on the sofa watching TV. He got up to go into the kitchen and when he came back, there was Rocky, in my dad's spot on the sofa, on his back, head on pillow.

Rocky was also known as the 'granddog' to my parents.

Your beagle sounds like such a delight! I know she brings you much joy! Give her and your DDs dog a hug and a pat from me!

s

Deb
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Unread 05-13-2005, 07:03 PM
Funny dogs

Hi, I love my furr babies too. I have 6 cats and a dog who thinks that she's a cat too. Her name is Aly and we've had her for almost 11 years now. She barks sooo loud that we call her our alarm dog.

It's not unusual to see one of the cats riding on Aly's back. TOOOO funny!

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