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04-13-2014 11:11 PM
Ellimaybel Hehehe that's cute. Gunther plays the "hugs" game with us. We walk up with our arms outstretched and say hugs and he ducks his head down. Then while we are hugging him he groans in protest. But secretly he loves the hugs. If I give him hugs without announcing it he doesn't groan at all. It's become a cute game.
04-13-2014 08:04 PM
carrieincolorado I taught Chevelle to give me "one kiss" (lick on my cheek) when I get back in the car and she is waiting for me on the passengers seat. She gets really excited and gives one kiss, backs off, one kiss, backs off... over and over! It's still just one, right??
04-13-2014 05:39 PM
petite I've heard many GSDs do this but the "whistle yelp" at the end of Fawn's yawn is so hilarious! My older beagle mix looks at Fawn like she's lost her mind when she does it.
04-11-2014 11:43 PM
Pax8 Kaiju gets really excited to meet new people that walk in the house and tends to whine a bit. I was worried about him mouthing on them, so I taught him to grab a toy and hold it before he greets people. Well, now he grabs his Kong to greet people, but his whining gets amplified and distorted going through the toy and it sounds exactly like a Wookiee call. So now he gives everyone the "wookiee greeting"...which is not exactly what I intended, but it's cute so I don't mind it much
04-11-2014 10:14 PM
Ellimaybel Aww lol that's so cute I bought Gunther a tractor tire today and it's hilarious to watch his face when he catches it on a roll.
04-11-2014 03:05 PM
Daisy&Lucky's Mom Lucky as I've mentioned is a bit of a klutz. When he goes into our downstairs bathroom he has to back out and he's always moving his head to check out whats behind him. I feel like he should have the backing up alarm on.
04-11-2014 12:24 PM
Ellimaybel Gunther is also terrified of the garbage truck. While I don't find it funny that he's scared, it is kind of funny to see my big tough guy go running and hide behind bushes to watch the garbage truck.
04-11-2014 09:34 AM
wyoung2153 For not being a cuddley/attention seeking pup.. Titan has recently started getting WAY excited when I get home from work and will do figure 8's inbetween my legs.. it's become our routine as of late.. I'm not gonna lie.. I hope he keeps this part of him, I have always wanted him to be lovey.. lol.
04-11-2014 08:41 AM
nktigger99 Abby puts herself in "time out"....we have a little hole in our dinning room between the pantry and bar hang over. She will go in there facing the wall....it always makes me laugh.

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04-11-2014 04:29 AM
tottie86
Oh so sweet!

Max howls at the ambulances that drive past our house . It's so cute, sometimes I'll even howl with him


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