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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-10-2014, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Does your pup do a silly walk when he has something in his mouth that shouldnt be?

Every time my pup has something in his mouth he shouldn't have like, socks, napkins, sticks,gloves he does a funny walk like his bouncing/ walking at the same time! It's like he knows he shouldn't have it in his mouth. lol does your gsd do this too?
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-10-2014, 09:13 AM
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Yes for sure, Stella kinda prances when she has something in her mouth she shouldn't have. You can tell even from a different room without seeing her its just a different sound when her feet hit the floor! Its like look and me and see what i have !! Really goofy!
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YES! And even when one gets a nylabone or toy that he/she wants to parade in front of the other.

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The victory prance along with the ears up and back. I love this, no matter what he has. Whatever he steals, he doesn't chew up.

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Haha! Mine does this too! Almost like prancing on his toes with head held high.

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Haha! Mine does this too! Almost like prancing on his toes with head held high.

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haha, they have such the cutest faces when this happens too!
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haha, they have such the cutest faces when this happens too!
Oh I know! *wub*

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Yup, he sure does. He does this especially when he manages to get ahold of my hair clips/scrunchies. Sometimes he sneak-runs away with them. lol
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Yup, he sure does. He does this especially when he manages to get ahold of my hair clips/scrunchies. Sometimes he sneak-runs away with them. lol
Haha that sounds familiar except with my cloth headbands. He loves those things.

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doggie touchdown dance

Mine does it too. I think of it as his touchdown dance. He thinks he's hot stuff until I take it away.
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