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02-10-2014 12:14 AM
Thesilentone Sam is really good at crawling underneath things if his toys get out of reach like under a bed.
01-29-2014 09:57 AM
MichaelE Locked crate egress technician.
01-29-2014 07:59 AM
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01-29-2014 07:56 AM
OriginalWacky Koshka could have been a great interrogation dog. He had the beating with rubber hose part down pat. *rubs shin in memory*
01-29-2014 01:28 AM
bill Calling 911 but can't recall number! Shepherd mix" the Shep knew to use the phone! The mix forgot the number! Lol Bill
01-29-2014 01:08 AM
dogfaeries Sage takes her pointy snout and gooses everyone. Every. One. And she frequently sticks her nose under the hem of any skirt and dress she can reach. It's incredibly obnoxious, and embarrassing when it's at a dog show. I have to remind my handler that if she doesn't want everyone at the dog show to see her "business" (motioning to her skirt), that she better keep an eye on nosy Sage... Whooooops!

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01-29-2014 12:54 AM
Cheyanna Fiona who is not a diabetes alert dog, started sniffing my behind. Very intrusively and continuously. Trainer and I tried to figure out how to get her to stop. Then I finally figured out the sniffing was tied to when my blood sugar was high. When she sniffs now, I acknowledge and thank her and she does not do it again.

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01-28-2014 08:07 PM
Nigel Tuke seems to be able to recognize when a dog is going to have a seizure. Our beagle passed when Tuke was a little over a year old and her seizures were infrequent, so we weren't sure if it was a fluke or not. While watching my moms dog (Rosie-lab) it had three seizures and Tuke was there to get our attention each time. Tukes alert is painful, two of the seizures happened while we were sleeping and she jumps on you in a panic, make that "stomps" on you. The third seizure, she jumped on the couch and got in my face while I was groggy & still waking up. She looked panicked and I tried to move her back, but she persisted and would not let up, maybe a minute later I could make out the "sound" of Rosie having another seizure by the front door. Rosie was fine, they had been in a process of trying to lower the amount of pheno as it had been over a year since her last one.
01-28-2014 07:44 PM
ladyb Those wretched pieces of plastic. They are obviously very dangerous to their humans...mine chooses to also shred it and place the pieces all over the yard!😩

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01-28-2014 07:24 PM
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