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02-11-2014 09:30 AM
blackshep Cats are evil! He probably told them he didn't want to do it, but they said it was fine, they do it all the time.

Now the cats are laughing that they got the dog in trouble!

lol
02-10-2014 08:59 PM
3GSD92_00_12 Watch out, Beau! The cats might blame you for something! After all what goes around, comes around.
02-10-2014 08:52 PM
jocoyn Oh cats are evil they are

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02-10-2014 06:33 PM
David Winners My comment was tongue in cheek all the way.
02-10-2014 06:19 PM
jocoyn Well, I think it was just the open window and the opportunity. He knew I would kick him out if I found him and he was sneaky about it. I had issues with him sneaking on the bed and running donuts around my husband with him still in the bed before we got the cats. I have managed 30 years of GSDs without having them all over my bed. I had cats for about 18 of those 30 years.
02-10-2014 06:01 PM
David Taggart Blame the cats. Because it was exactly their appearance in the house that triggered competition. Every male's instinct - to be next to his leader (if not a leader himself), and it is very important for the dog where he sleeps. A wolf pack has an order not only during feedding on a fresh kill, but also regarding position they sleep, there's a strict hierarchy how they lay around their leader. Beau didn't bother before he saw cats on your bed.
Of course, you can shut the door for all of them forever, but I'm telling you, by doing this you will cease something wonderful. This may sound silly LiveWell? - HAPPY PETS HAPPY OWNERS, but it provides you with unbelievably enjoyable opportunity to watch your dog and cats playing on your bed and interacting. It is very unlikely that Beau may behave agressively, but, just in case, you should know - don't interfere, Beau shouldn't read it as a support out of you, just watch. I watch my dog and my cat playing together on my bed nearly every day.
02-10-2014 05:05 PM
jocoyn That was part of the naming . Bob, well bob is a she with a bob tail.
IT just seemed right.
02-10-2014 04:55 PM
GatorBytes Mr. Beau (&) Jangles...danced?
02-10-2014 03:37 PM
David Winners I completely blame the cats
02-10-2014 03:15 PM
Msmaria Now he has someone else to blame.."the cats did it"
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