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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-13-2014, 11:00 PM
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Honestly? Elios is silent haha.
Either he doesn't notice or doesn't care. In crate or out of crate.
But the funny thing is he gets barky if we tickle, or even if I laugh at a joke bf says hahah it's funny

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post #12 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-14-2014, 12:55 AM
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Haha, yes, GSDs are kind of like the Sex Police.

My sister has a pit bull mix, who I used to dogsit sometimes. She would growl at my husband and I when we were intimate. Eventually we just kicked her out of the room, which also ticked her off.
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Originally Posted by wyoung2153 View Post
i have been wondering this for such a long time, but haven't really figured out the best way to ask the question because, well, it's kinda personal for most people.. How do all of your dogs react to you and your partner.. Having um.. Relations.. Lol. Honestly, titan freaks.. Whines, starts to chase his tail, we have to put him out of the room or tell him to lay down 27 times...

Though we have adapted.. I have always wondered if this is a titan thing, or a dog thing in general.. Anyone else willing to share their experience, lol :d

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If we are home *cough*, the dog is put outside. I don't like interruptions.

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post #15 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-14-2014, 02:57 AM
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We put the tv on in the living room and have him lay on the couch. He's gotten over whining at the door since he won't be allowed in so he just sleeps.

When it comes to hugs :/ he barks or whines or shoves his way in between us...he does the same if we don't leave him the middle seat on the couch and he promptly plops his head on my lap after he gets up. No growling or showing teeth which is good, he's just upset that we're ignoring him
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They ignore us. Once or twice we might have gotten an inquisitive sniff, but then we just tell them to go lay down and they do.

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Let's just say the first "time" after we adopted a 1 yr old GSD, we had a cheering section. Times after that she would simply sulk in her crate. The key is to not look at the crate during.
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post #18 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-14-2014, 08:24 AM
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He used to go ballistic with whining and barking and tried to jump on the bed... Now he ignores it and either gets up and goes to lay in the living room or goes and lays on the other side of the bedroom. lol.

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You learn that the headboard banging will cause the dogs to bark. I suppose they think someone is at the door. So, you remove the headboard.

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We close the door, i learned this the hard way when Tyson came to investigate and in the middle of it we had a 75 pound guest making sure i was not being killed.

On a side note the other they all head down to the basement to sleep now (cooler downstairs) so its not an issue.

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