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04-02-2014 02:24 PM
wyoung2153 Hahaha.. good to know Titan isn't the only one! Titan will get so excited when we play with the soccer ball.. I have had to train him to sit at my side while I kick it because if I don't he will get so excited and as soon as my leg goes back to kick, he'll run right in front of the ball and I can't count the number of times (before training) That he got a soccer ball to the face... *shakes head*
04-02-2014 02:05 PM
3GSD92_00_12 Gypsy gets so excited sometimes that she bonks her head into the corners of walls. She just keeps on going though like nothing happened.
04-02-2014 02:03 PM
Ellimaybel All of the above... or below I should say. My favorite thing Gunther did was the battle of the branches. He has a habit of ripping branches off of the trees and bushes and runs around the yard quite proud of himself. One day I was watching this through the window and noticed he had a nice sized pile growing. As I watched, he attacked one branch when his butt backed into another one. He dropped the first one and jumped about 2 feet, spinning around to find the enemy that attacked him. As he spun around, the one he dropped brushed his leg, causing him to do a complete 360. You see where this is going. After about 1 minute of spinning in circles looking for his attacker he picked up another branch and ran off.
04-02-2014 01:54 PM
LaRen616 Draco is a klutz. He doesn't look where he is going and ends up tripping or running into something. He also tramples the cats several times a day.
04-02-2014 12:22 PM
huntergreen had a gsd in the eighties and ran into everything. when i think back, i wonder if i should have had his eyes checked.
04-02-2014 11:33 AM
wyoung2153 Haha these are cute stories..
04-02-2014 11:21 AM
SoCal Rebell Up until a couple of weeks ago Rebell's front paws were so big he used to trip over them and fall flat on his face, kind of funny he'd blow it off like nothing happened and go on his merry way. Finally hitting 4.5 months and over 50 lbs. he has gotten a lot less klutzy.
04-02-2014 11:20 AM
Jelpy Lycan is a Klutz. Of Course, he's also blind, but he's still a klutz. If there is a pail of dirty mop water to be blundered into he'll find it, even if it's in a far distant corner, covered by a box. Of course, it just makes him that much more lovable

Jelpy
04-02-2014 10:59 AM
wyoung2153 Oh and so sorry for all lthe typos in my first post... definitely didn't reread it before I posted it. Lol

Anways! How funny! same for Titan, I try to not get him amped inside but it doesn't matter, at one point or another, he hits his head. We have an ottoman now instead of a coffee table and that has helped tremendously, but still. lol.
04-02-2014 10:52 AM
Daisy&Lucky's Mom Lucky is a true clutz . He as a puppy would trip on his paws coming down stairs and would just jump and his landings were never a strong finish. Lucky would hit his head on the coffee table in our family room when trying to turn around or on the wall in our hallways . You get the picture.It got better as he got older and at 12 he moves slower which seems to allow him more time to decide how to get around barriers.We try to have wide open spaces for him.
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