|09-25-2013 10:28 PM|
|llombardo||Yes, with all five of them. They all have a different way of "speaking" to me.|
|09-25-2013 10:17 PM|
I would absolutely say its useful.
I have never cared for a dog like I care for Lulu. Its pretty amazing really.
|09-25-2013 04:17 PM|
My parents always call me disgusting or weird because I know when Carabelle has to go "potty". However, I find it useful.
The funny thing is, I am not close to Carabelle. I am just around her a lot. She is mostly my stepmom's dog, although she was meant to be mine. (We never really bonded, especially because I left for the summer. Over that amount of time they bonded. Doesn't bother me, but that is why I want another dog. One for me.)
|09-25-2013 03:13 PM|
|Lilie||IMO - That is what seperates great dog handlers from just dog handlers.|
|09-25-2013 11:11 AM|
Understanding your dog in Erie way
I was at one of my neighbors house he is really nice man. He has a refrigerator in the garage and keep the bowl in there for Lulu to stop by and get a drink if she ever wants one.
So anyway today I stop by I'm walking lulu in the morning and he and I are just talking. Lulu just starts acting just a little bit differently in that way of mommy I gotta go pee or mommy I gotta potty . It was just in that way that very subtle way that to outsiders might not even notice. So I said as much that she had to go potty and he said how do you know that? And I looked at him really kind of dumbfounded because I hadn't even realize it but I told him I just know that we spend so much time together I can tell when she has to.
I just got to thinking about our relationship with our dogs and how we spend so much time with them, watching over them I can tell just by the way Lulu walks if she needs to potty or if she sad or happy, or even thirsty.
Do you all feel that way about you all dogs?
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