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11-10-2012 11:55 AM
arycrest I hate to laugh, I wouldn't want to clean up that mess, but it is funny!!!
11-10-2012 08:25 AM
Anthony8858 Why am I laughing my *ss off?
11-10-2012 08:06 AM
FlyAway My Malinois is the mischievous dog in my house. She takes items out of the sink if they have one molecule of food on them. She has stolen everything from my countertop that you can imagine. She's the only one. I thought it was maybe a girl thing.
11-10-2012 01:31 AM
Mrs.K
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Originally Posted by Rerun View Post
Sorry, I didn't mean that to come across sharp. Hope you didn't take it the wrong way! It just makes me a little sad to see all the "that's why I'd never own a mal" comments because they aren't (all) the nutjobs some people (not you; mostly just the non malinois experienced people) make them out to be.

Mine does nutty stuff, but no nuttier than my GSD's have ever done (like my old czech pup that used the grill cover to tug the huge grill off the patio and partially across the big backyard only to have it finally fall over on it's back, shortly after purchase).
Yeah, they are definitely more energetic and intense but I wouldn't call them more nutty than a GSD.

She's got a strong personality. There is a difference but I wouldn't call it nutty. I love her intensity and how quick and agile she is.
That being said, our Shepherds have gotten into the dishwasher as well. It's not just her. I was joking when I was like "Think twice before you get a Mal."

I think I'm really lucky. The Website of the breeder, from a GSD breeder standpoint, is a red flag. Not much information. No kennel names, pedigrees etc. I could order her pedigree via the Continental Kennel Club, and maybe I will because I'm super curious but I'm lucky because she is a great dog.
11-09-2012 05:53 PM
Rerun
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Originally Posted by Mrs.K View Post
Of course not. Indra did the same thing when she was her age, Ma just took the thing a little further and had a blast with the ratteling plates.

For the most part, she nicely settles down, she mainly sleeps on the couch with my husband, right on top of him.
Sorry, I didn't mean that to come across sharp. Hope you didn't take it the wrong way! It just makes me a little sad to see all the "that's why I'd never own a mal" comments because they aren't (all) the nutjobs some people (not you; mostly just the non malinois experienced people) make them out to be.

Mine does nutty stuff, but no nuttier than my GSD's have ever done (like my old czech pup that used the grill cover to tug the huge grill off the patio and partially across the big backyard only to have it finally fall over on it's back, shortly after purchase).
11-09-2012 04:59 PM
m1953 Oh man.. I can picture that. Nala can't keep her big nose out of the dishwasher when I am loading or unloading it.
11-09-2012 04:32 PM
KristiM My Aussie would do stuff like this. Even at 11 she still couldn't be left loose in the house. One day after she had gone blind I was feeling sorry for her and figured since she was blind she couldn't do much harm, right? I came home to this in the kitchen, she had even jumped onto the counter and pulled stuff off the top of the fridge. The living room looked the same

Naughty dogs are the best
11-09-2012 01:26 PM
NewbieShepherdGirl LOL Sasha did something like this once. I came home and the first thing I saw was a fork in front of my front door, which I was pretty sure was not where I left it. I walked into my kitchen and she had just taken it upon herself to open the dishwasher and take out some of the dishes lol Crazy, smart, dogs.
11-09-2012 11:19 AM
Wolfiesmom Wolfie did that once when he was a puppy. I had the dishwasher open, and he got angry because I wasn't paying attention to him, so he grabbed the bottom rack and ran. LOL!
Ahh the good old days!
11-09-2012 10:38 AM
DTS
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Originally Posted by Lilie View Post
Sorry, but this really cracked me up. Hubby doesn't care for glass (or real) bowls. He still pulls out the plastic ones when given the choice.
My BF is the same way, we have actual dishes and glasses but he loves to use the unbreakable stuff (Which in that case was a good thing) and we have plastic gator cups from a couple of the UF gator games and he uses those like they are going out of style.
I'm about to toss them because he has used them so much they are worn out lol
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