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Old 03-13-2014, 10:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Ok.. I'll ask it..

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
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sometimes when we hug she stuffs her face and shoulders between us.
We call it the family hug.

Other stuff we stick her in the crate and she goes to sleep lol
She used to cry sometimes though because she was being ignored
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Ha.. yeah we have just learned he is out of the room.. when we kiss he even whines..
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Lara used to whine and bark if we hugged too now that I think about it.. Had to put her in her pen for awhile and let her just ..get over it. I didn't want to encourage that. But we invite her to the family hug sometimes and she'll scamper over. We also made her lay down and stuff and released her from time to time to let her get attention too, it's not really a big deal anymre
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Great question....made me laugh....all of our GSDs over the years have earned the name " Sex Patrol" at those times.....too funny that your question reminded me of this.


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Great question....made me laugh....all of our GSDs over the years have earned the name " Sex Patrol" at those times.....too funny that your question reminded me of this.


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HA! Sex Patrol... oh geeze.. My BF has always asked me if it was normal and I honestly couldn't tell him.. I have never had a dog when I was with a BF so it's new to me too.. I have wanted to ask for so long just didn't know how! Lol.. he goes nuts! When he gets to come back in the room he's all over the place sniffing us and everything.. then goes straight to bed!
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ours has her crate right next to the bed...
it is the most awkward thing to glance over and see a face staring at you through the crate window.....
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Finn will nose between us when we hug, but that's about it. A lot of times he'll hide his head or go into his crate when we are...having activities. If a bout of randomness strikes, he'll find another room to be in.
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ours has her crate right next to the bed...
it is the most awkward thing to glance over and see a face staring at you through the crate window.....
Ha!! Before we knew what really to do with him.. it would be so awkward because Titan's bed was at the bottom of our bed, and when we would tell him to go to bed.. he would.. and we couldn't really argue with it.. but in the midst, and seeing him just looking up at me... killed the mood REAL quick!
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Zoe's crate is covered Thankfully. With all the kids there is rarely privacy as it is. So far it is a non issue.


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